Question about JBL GTO1202D Car Subwoofer
I have 2x jbl gto1202ds ive bin told my amp is 4 ohms and i need to wier up my subs changing them from 2 ohms to 4 ohms???? ben
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
Two dual 2 ohm subs cannot be wired in 4 ohms. The only option for you to run those subs off a 4 ohms amp is to wire them in 8 ohms. You will need to wire all the voice coils in series to get 8 ohm load which of course is not recommended. changing your amp is the best solutions here. try to get a 2 ohm stable mono.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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