Question about Sony Xplod XM-1652Z Car Audio Amplifier
I wired the sub so it gets a load of 4 ohms so i could get the most wattage out of the amplifier but it still doesnt sound good, should i rewire the subwoofer so the impedance is different?
It is not the way how get most wattage from your amp. If it is rated to drive a 4-ohm load then it should be ok for a 4-ohm load. If it is rated for a 2-ohm load, then you should not be loading less than that impedance. I recommend a 4-ohm load.
Take note: it is the sound quality from the source that makes up all the total quality of your audio system. If you are overdriving the amps it will give distortion too.
There are many factors to consider when it comes to quality of a car sound system- speaker enclosure design, choice of speaker or driver, equalization, etc...
One more thing, try to get at least no voltage drops if you are wiring the subwoofer amp away from the car's battery.
hope this helps.
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