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DHD AMP how do i wire my 15" kicker to my DHD NTX-2008 4 channel amp?

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  • magana6009 Nov 03, 2008

    every time my subwoofer hits my amp shuts off.

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How do you have it wired now?

Impedance of each voice coil?

Number of voice coils per speaker?

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I have the xterminator 2000d amp and I am wanting to wire two 12s and one 15 to the one amp. Both Kicker speakers are 4 Ohm SVC. Am I able to do this safely?


Wire the two kickers in Parallel, this will half the resistance of 8 ohms to 4 ohms and match the 15" speaker on the other channel.

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Total Power Bridged in 2 or 4 Ohms ?


Nice amp the specs say the following:
4 Channel 100W x 4 (4 Ohm)
4 Channel 150W x 4 (2 Ohm)
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But.... it tends to go into protection quite fast so i wouldn't go too low with speaker impedance.

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100 watt dhd amp wont turn on


If it's an aftermarket stereo, there's a small blue wire (accessory/antenna) that goes to the amp. So in essence, you have the large cable going to the battery that powers the amp. However, the small power wire going into the amp tells it when to turn on, by the stereo.

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Amp light flicking off and on


that could be a few things i had that same problem check all ur wires make sure u have a good ground that was my problem

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Ok . i have a pair of crossfire subwoofers, @


Your amplifier is 4 channel... and only 2 ohm stereo capable.

You will get the most power putting 1 subwoofer wired in parallel on each BRIDGED channel.

This will give you a 2 ohm stereo load.

Both + on 1 subwoofer to + terminal on amplifier bridged channel 1
Both - on 1 subwoofer to - terminal on amplifier bridged channel 1

Both + on 1 subwoofer to + terminal on amplifier bridged channel 2
Both - on 1 subwoofer to - terminal on amplifier bridged channel 2

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Does dhd have tech support my speaker connect broke off inside


yes they should have techinal support it should be on the back of your amp. If you open up amp soder a 12 guage wire where the terminal used to be. Thats what i did and never had a problem. hope this helps

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With two 4 ohm svc subs and a 4ch amp the best way to hook it up is as you have described. There is no way of wiring it to get a lower ohm with your set up.

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Amp has 3 modes on it ,as a switch,what is this,it has a 2,3,4 channel mode,i have the gold dhd 1000watt x4 channel


first thing 1000@4 means 250w per ch. which means150w usable power.the mode switch is only to reduce rca cables,use 2ch mode if only 1 pair rca available,60hz is a bit low for this amp,90 would work better.

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