Question about SPL Audio Phantom DK2-1000 Car Amp
Your amp will be powering the sub at 4 ohms.
The impedance or "load" that the amp sees is determined by the number of voice coil(s), the number of sub(s), and how they are connected. Whatever that final load, it is the impedance or "ohms" that the amp is supplying power at.
A single 4 ohm sub with a single voice coil cannot present a 2 ohm load. However, a sub with dual 4 ohm voice coils wired in parallel will present a 2 ohm load.
Here's a link to Rockford_Fosgate's "wiring wizard" where you will find all combinations of subwoofer wiring and the resulting loads.
Hope this helps.
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This will allow 2 channels to run 100 watts each @ 4ohms with an additional single channel with 250 watts @ 4 ohms.
The single sub channel is created by bridging channels 3 & 4
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