Question about Alpine Car Audio & Video
Posted by Anonymous on
Hook each amp to one of the voice coils. Be sure both amps are getting the same mono signal. Don't run one with the right side of your headunit & the other on the left. It will sound bad & tear up the sub.
Posted on Dec 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have 2 subs and 2 amps right?In that case make sure that the amps are capable of stable 1ohm load and also you'll need a lot of power and 4 gauge power cable for each amp with fuse of course.
Now....take one sub and connect the (-) with the (-) and the (+) with the (+).Now you have one (+) and one(-) to connect to the amp.Do the same with the other sub and you're ready to rock!!
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
You wont be able to run both subs off of a one-channel amp if they are two different subwoofers. You want they impedence load to be the same so i suggest that you go with two of the same subwoofers or two different amps. If you go with two of the same subs i'd suggest a Pioneer GM-5300T amplifier, or you could go with a Kenwood KAC-8104D Amplifier. either amp would sound about the same and it would hit pretty hard!
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Halving the impedance will draw twice the current. You could technically get a 3 Db more power since the peak voltage will remain the same. BUT if the magnet structure is not intended to use that cone design, the magnet difference MAY not give you 2 ohms.
In fact, if the designed magnetic flux were smaller, you could wind up with a 1 ohm speaker.
trying to get that much power is really kind of silly as even 50 watts with efficient speakers will exceed safe levels of sound that will not cause damage to your ears.
As you push an amp up in power, usually distortion will increase as well.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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