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Are peavey pv 2600power amps loud when liked to 2 1000 watt speakers at 4 ohm ?

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Yes, that would be very loud.

Posted on May 06, 2010

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This makes no sense... 32 Watts and 12.8 volts... something to do with this speaker that is rated at 500 Watts???

If you are trying to calculate something for a car amp you don't understand how they work... that is the only thing I can think given the 12.8 volt thing you stated. Most high power car amps BOOST the incoming battery voltage up with a switching power supply. For instance, they might boost to 48 volts and that applied to a 4 ohm speaker would be 12 amps PEAK maximums. BUT the RMS power is one half that or about 288 Watts in round figures before considering losses.

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Assuming the speakers you added were each no less than 8 ohms this should NOT have overloaded your amp.If you have no sound you have probably blown your amp some way.

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I question if you really mean the speakers were in series? This requires a special cable to do this. Now if you mean they were "daisy chained" like the amp went to one speaker and another cable connected that speaker to another, then you REALLY had ALL speakers in parallel electrically which would be at the 2 ohm low limit of the amp... In either case, with only 1/4 of the 150 Watts to each, the speakers should NOT have been damaged. The amp MAY have been damaged. Try each speaker individually at a REASONABLE level to test.

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