Question about Pioneer TS-W307D4 Car Subwoofer
It really depends on your amp most amps you want to keep a 4 ohm load . If you have a high end amp like Rockford or JBL they are 2 ohm stable a 2 ohm load means the speaker will work harder but my not ne safe for your amp . This is how you make a 2 ohm load you have 4 imputs 2 + and 2 - run 2 sets of speaker wire just like you have 2 speakers then take the free end the 1s going to the amp twist them together + to + - to - you can only do this if your amp is bridgeable and is 2 ohm stable look on your amp out puts most amps go to the left + and right - hope this helps
Posted on May 14, 2010
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