I have the lanzer mxa282 amp and 2 15 '' power acoustik they are the pw2 series subs the subs say that they are 1300watts max how should i hook up the + and - fro the amp to the subs becouse thise subs have 2+and2-pleas help
Here's your best bet. Crutchfield magazine has THE best site for training. The link to the page for you is http://www.crutchfield.com/learningcenter/car/subwoofers_wiring.html You will need to know how many voice coils your sub has, how many ohms and how many channels you amp has, then click the appropriate link. Good luck and don't forget to leave "FixYa" for feedback.
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this is usually an anti theft precaution taken where if the amp is tampered or attempted to be stolen it will shut down making it useless for the thief the only way to get them unlocked is usually by the people whom installed it for you or the manufacturer
most car-audio subs are rated at 4 ohms, as opposed to home audio's 6-8 ohms. If you have a pair of 4 ohm subs, wire all 4 positive terminals to the positive terminal on the amp and the sam with the negative sides. The key is to use the same length of wire on all connections.
Those MOFO-15's have dual 1ω voice coils. So the only way you can get 2 of them to present a 2ω load is to use 1 voice coil on each one with the two of them wired in series. Using both voice coils, you can get a 1/4ω load by wiring the voice coils in parallel and then wiring the subs themselves in parallel. You'll get a 1ω load with the voice coils in series and then parallel the subs. Or you'll get a 4ω load with both the voice coils and the subs in series.
Here's a link to Power Acoustik's PDF for the MOFO's. I recommend that you check out the wiring diagrams on page 3.
personally i wouldnt use a sony amp for powering anything but,however if your going run it what i would recommend is if the speakers are at 4 ohms then run in series per speaker then put the speakers in series as well so you will keep your 4 ohms then run the amp in mono,however just to let you know that amp will not push fubars enough to really make them thump my advice is to goto http://www.sonicelectronix.com if you have 200 dollars you can get a nice Hifonics TXi 1508D that will push those monsters quite well thats 1 ohm stable and will barley get warm even after hours of thumpage,also if your running subs monoblocks are the way to go hope this helps you out.
hi there. yes it should work providing you have the correct wiring it for it, if you buy the LV 416 enquire about a wiring kit to fit, most will. theyre normally around 20pounds. most amps will be compatible with most subs. i run both my 12inch 1000w off one 1200amp at half power, they kick lovely and i have no problems.
On your amp, there should be a switch (on the side probably) that has "LP", "HP", and "FULL" or "OFF". This is a switch for the low pass/high pass filter. Switch it to "LP" as this will allow only low frequencies to go to your subs, what you want. If you don't have that switch, go to an audio store or online audio supplier and get either a low pass filter, band pass filter, or a cross-over, and follow the wiring diagram that comes with it to filter out the high frequencies before they get to your subs.