Question about Car Audio & Video
Have 2 - 3-ways already hooked up,were do i hook up the sub?
Hi, you have two choices for hooking up a sub to the 4160 amp. You can either connect your sub to one of the two available channels, or if the amp supports it, you can bridge channels 3 and 4 to get increased power to your sub. You have a 4 channel amp - channel 1 and 2 go to your 3-way speakers up front, which leaves channel 3 and 4 available for your sub.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sony 1200 watt amp
What kind of deck to you have? Sometimes there's a setting for the subwoofer output that has to be turned on. How is the deck hooked up to the amp? Be sure of the normal things: -Make sure the sub is connected in side it's box -Make sure the RCA cables didn't come off the deck -Check every connection! Let me know and be sure to leave feedback or I don't get paid.
Posted on Oct 03, 2007
No, the sub is dual 4ohms...meaning if you parallel the positive speaker terminals and the negative speaker terminals you will have a 2ohm sub. Conversely, if you series the pos and neg you will have an 8ohm sub. if you wirte to just one set of terminals on the sub you will have a 4ohm sub.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
check the speaker, the subs. i had same problem, same reading on volt, its correct as way it should be. if its not the rca plug then it has to be speaker, i replaced the amp and it wasnt that, it was the speakers after all...
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
run two 6x8s on each of the front channels of the amp. then depending on the sub you can bridge it on the rear channels.only if its a single four ohm. if its a dual 2 ohm sub run each coil on each channel. 1 coil-1channel. the other coil-the other channel. amp should run fine may run a little hot since it will be doing all it can do at a safe ohm load. just make sure it is mounted in a well vented area. should be safe.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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