Question about Car Audio & Video
I have an old skool hifonics zeus vii amp. First is this amp bridgeable and if so, how do I bridge it? I have six 12" speakers that I want to hook up to this amp. If its not any trouble add a diagram. Thanks.
Find the minimum impedance supported by your amp so you dont burn it up.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bridge a not bridgeable amp
It will probably blow a fuse or blow up completely.
When the output stages ar not lifted from ground
as is the case in a bridgeable amp bridging cannot
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
I have owned this amp for 2 years and i have it up to my kicker L5 sub, in a 3.1 cubic foot ported and chambered box that is tuned to 33hz. the amp can be wiried for eitherrunning one sub or several subs, rms power is 500 watt @ 4ohm, 900 watt @ 2ohm, and 1600 @ 1ohm. it is a strong amp, and it puts out large and powerfull amounts of energy, the bass remote is an added touch, i had it set to 100hz on the amp at +1 on the input sensativity, i ran my sub hard producing 138.40 db on a term lab. and i only had the remote at +9/+11 for level and set to 43hz on frequency boost, if you have only one sub with single 4ohm voice coil run it on the outer sides of the speaker outputs on the amp, if you have a dual or quad voice coil, you can either lower the ohms wiring the sub in a paralelle circuit, or up the ohms by wiring the sub in a series circuit. if you have 2 or more subs, wire them left and right channel, the amp has 2 out puts because it is a dual monular amplifier, meaning you can link 2 or more amps together to wire one or multiple subs, witch makes this amp perfect if you have a 180db, @ 18hz **** , than this amp is for you!!!!!! if you need more advise on the amp or how much power it needs to run it or when the amp loads into protection mode feel free to email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on May 22, 2009
you need an noise filter in line. It's been a few years since I've had a system but I had the same problem. High power amps like the one you have can actually pick up on the electric pulses from your ignition system. I think I got mine at walmart, or auto zone, somewhere like that. Their pretty cheap too. I don't remember how its hooked up, but If you know how to hook and amp up, this should be no problem.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
SOURCE: can i bridge this hifonics amp
If you don't know if the amp is bridgeable, then I wouldnt do it. It could already be bridged internally and bridgeing it through the speaker terminals could be disatrous, i.e. the infamous blue smoke of death. The amp looks like a 2 channel amp fromt he pic and you have two speakers you are trying to power with it. So the safest bet would be to just unbridge your speakers and hook them each up to the amp as normal. No blue smoke. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
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