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I' ve got a 4 channel 1600 watt v-trek amp (can be bridged) and i want to connect two 1050 10" infinity subwoofers. When i connect the two subs in paralell the amp cuts out after about 15 minutes, so my question is, will connecting my amp in series illiminate my problem?
Not sure if it's what was meant by previous poster. But if you're just driving the two subs off the 4 ch, and no other speakers, your best bet is to run pairs of bridged channels, ie use the 4 ch as a more powerful 2 ch amp. Then independently run one sub on each of these paired channels.
If you bridge all 4 channels (not sure if this is an option on this amp), and then run your subs in series, you will likely lose out compared to the peak power you could be seeing with two independently paired channels.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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