Question about Alpine Type-R SWR-1242D Car Subwoofer
Hey I have a single SWR-1242D with a MRP-M1000. The only wiring diagrams it gives me are for 2ohms and 8ohms. The amp at 2ohms would be giving 1000rms which is more then the like 600rms the sub can handle so im worried about blowing it. Also to my knowledge(which there is very little of) I cant or should not wire it for 8ohms. If anyone can please help me out I would greatly appreciate it.
Having to much power for a subwoofer is a veeeery good thing, it will provide a lot of control and quality sound to your sub.
But this sub is a dual voice coil at 2 x 4ohm so if you want to hook it up at 4 ohm u need a 2 channel amplifier running mono mode.
i dont recomend that you hook up in 4 ohm, its better to take some time adjusting the levels on the amp and the headunit.
This system has the potential to create a realy good bass sound if u tune it the right way.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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