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How bridge the 15" 800 rms speakers audiobahn

I want to brige to 1 channel 2 speakers.
What's the best way if I don't have the owners mamual?

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Parallel wiring (if your amplifier is 1 ohm mono stable)
All positives together and all negatives together.
If your amplifier is not 1 ohm mono stable you will need a series/parallel which is a little more difficult.
Here is a wiring link.....
http://www.the12volt.com/caraudio/woofer_configurations.asp

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OK let's try this I have cerwin vega mobile audio speakers 2 pairs vega369x 6x9 @ 75 rms 4ohm and 1 sub 200 rms @4 Ohm want to wire them to a planet audio 1600watt 2Ohm 4ch amp


Your can go down to 2 ohm but will take 4 fine wire your 6 x 9 s to one side one ch each and bridge the sub across the other 2 channels.

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Which amplifier is best suitable for me to use?


This really depends on the setup you intend to create in your vehicle.

The Amplifer (amp) needs to be matched to the speakers you intend to run.


As a rule of thumb, the power of the amp shouldn't exceed the max. power of the speaker (this may damage your speaker). Instead, the amp's RMS output power should be at 75-100% of the speaker's RATED (RMS) input power. NOTE: this must NOT be confused with max power.

Ideally, you want to run each speaker with its own amp channel.

A subwoofer will usually require a hi-power single channel amp, or a 2 channel amp, bridged into 1 (to increase power output required for the sub).

Here are some examples in simpler terms:

1 channel (hi power) amp can run a subwoofer.
2 channel amp can run 2 speakers, or 1 sub (bridged).
4 channel amp can run 4 speakers, or a combination of 2 spkrs + 1 sub (bridged), or perhaps 2 subs (bridged).

Hope this makes sense.

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What would be the best size amp to purchase for two audiobahn aw1200 subwoofers and two pioneer 4-way 6"x9"?


First, I would purchase the amp based on the subwoofers alone. Allow unit power to run the 6x9's unless you are planning a intricate setup. Things to think about when buying your amplifier. Always get an amp that offers an RMS output of 25-30% greater than the combined RMS output of your subs. Also, the stability of the amp to handle ohms loads (1, 2, or 4 ohm stable). If you have two dual 4 ohm subs you can get a 2 channel 2 ohms stable amp, or a monoblock 1 ohm stable amp. This will get you the most power and sound for your buck. There are so many amplifiers out there at different price levels, it's really up to you. Hope this helps.

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What are the specifications for audiobahn a2200hcx amplifier


The specs are as follows:

RMS Power Rating:
200 watts x 2 chan. @ 4 ohms
400 watts x 2 chan. @ 2 ohms
800 watts x 2 chan. @ 1 ohm
• Bridged:
400 watts x 1 chan. @ 4 ohms
800 watts x 1 chan. @ 2 ohms
1600 watts x 1 chan. @ 1 ohm
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Double Sided PCB (Circuit Board)
High Gloss Chrome Plated Finish
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Variable Bass Boost: 0-18dB @ 40-100Hz
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How many watts is my jl audio 2150 amplifier


It depends on whether you have the M2150, A2150, or E2150.

M2150 Class A/B Two-Channel Full-Range Amplifier Specifications:
Rated Power 14.4 V Stereo: 70 W RMS x 2 @ 4 ohm, 110 W RMS x 2 @ 2 ohm
Rated Power 14.4 V Bridged: 140 W RMS x 1 @ 8 ohm, 220 W RMS x 1 @ 4 ohm
Rated Power 12.5 V Stereo: 45W RMS x 2 @ 4 ohm, 75W RMS x 2 @ 2 ohm
Rated Power 12.5 V Bridged: 90W RMS x 1 @ 8 ohm, 150W RMS x 1 @ 4 ohm
THD at Rated Power: 12.5V: <0.08% THD, 20Hz-20kHz, 14.4V: <1% THD, 20Hz-20kHz
S/N Ratio: >104 dB referred to rated power (A-weighted, 20Hz-20kHz noise bandwidth)
Frequency Response: 10 Hz-25 kHz (+0, -1dB)
Damping Factor: >200 @ 4 ohm per ch. / 50 Hz, >100 @ 2 ohm per ch. / 50 Hz
Input Range: 200mV, 8V RMS

E2150 Class A/B Two-Channel Full-Range Amplifier Specifications:
Rated Power 12.5 V Stereo: 45W RMS x 2 @ 4 ohm, 75W RMS x 2 @ 2 ohm
Rated Power 12.5 V Bridged: 90W RMS x 1 @ 8 ohm, 150W RMS x 1 @ 4 ohm
THD at Rated Power: <0.08% @ 4 ohm 20Hz-20kHz
S/N Ratio: >104 dB referred to rated power (A-weighted, 20Hz-20kHz noise bandwidth)
Frequency Response: 10Hz-25kHz (+0, -1dB)
Damping Factor: >200 @ 4 ohm per ch. / 50 Hz, >100 @ 2 ohm per ch. / 50 Hz
Input Range: 200mV, 8V RMS

A2150 Class A/B Two-Channel Amplifier Specifications:
Rated Power 12.5 V Stereo: 45W RMS x 2 @ 4 ohm, 75W RMS x 2 @ 2 ohm
Rated Power 12.5 V Bridged: 150W RMS x 1 @ 4 ohm
THD at Rated Power: <1% @ 4 ohm 20Hz-20kHz
S/N Ratio: >104 dB referred to rated power (A-weighted, 20Hz-20kHz noise bandwidth)
Frequency Response: 10Hz-25kHz (+0, -1dB)
Damping Factor: >200 @ 4 ohm per ch. / 50 Hz, >100 @ 2 ohm per ch. / 50 Hz
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I just bought 2 plsq10d/ 10" square Pyle subwoofers. I've got some questions. What would be better, one amp or two? How many watts for the amp(s)? Do I need to mess with my alternator to power this system?...


Hi, tech specs say 1200 watts peak. what you want is RMS value and quick guide I use to comvert watts peak to Rms is divide by 3 (approx=400Wrms) Ok to drive a little harder - use 500Watt RMS amps per speaker. decision to use 1 or 2 amps depends on amp capability -use 2 x 500wrms 2 channel amps(1 per speaker bridged mode) or 1 x 1000wrms 4 channel amp (bridge 2 channels for each speaker). Whether you need to do anything about your charging system will depend largely on the capability of your alternator and the various vehicle loads that need to be supplied on a day to day basis ( use winter for worst case scenarios) as this system could be reasonably expected to consume 60 amps on large bass notes (dead giveaway is to add the fuse ratings on nominated amps). there is vast amounts of knowledge for this subject and what has been touched on here is just that

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Subwoofers


This will depend on the amplifiers capabilities.

I will give 2 different scenarios.

#1 Stereo configuration

If the amplifier supports an RMS power output close to the RMS input power of the subwoofers then run the amplifier in stereo mode. For example 150 watts RMS X 4 channels driven at 20-20khz. (If you can provide a model # for the subs and the amp your looking at I can help you further with this decision.

Wiring for this is easy and simply involves matching the connectors for 2 of the channels (Front or Rear) to each of the subwoofers.

#2 Mono Bridged mode.

If the amplifier is lower power but mono bridgable you can bridge two Pairs of channels and power each of the subwoofers this way.

Generally speaking a 2 channel bridgable amplifier will be able to at least combine the wattage of each channel into a single monural channel and in many cases its actually higher.

So you would bridge the front 2 channels into a single bridged mode for one subwoofer. and then you could bridge the read 2 channels into another bridged mono channel for your other sub woofer.

For example if you had bridgable amplifier thats 50 watts RMS X 4 you coudl very likely (Generalization based on quality of amplifier) send 150 watts RMS to each subwoofer.

Again I would need to know what amp you're refering to to provide specific wiring instructions. Many Bridging amplifiers either have a single switch that will send them to bridged mode or you would use the positive + terminal from one channel and the negative - terminal from the other channel or a combination of both.

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