Question about Jl Audio 1000/1 Car Audio Amplifier
Well, not exactly, jl has them regulated (hence, regulated power supply) so even when the ohms are dropped, the power is constant. so technically, you can add 4 subs and the amp will still put out 1000 watts. its just that each sub will be sharing that 1000 watts. most amps have a non-regulated power supply. which means the lower the ohms, the more power. jl's have a regulated power supply.and you cant bridge the 1000/1.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
Well this is interesting, Let me start by saying if you have a 2 ohm load and your system is set for 4 ohms you are going to overdrive your load and burn up your amplifier, maybe not right away, but sooner or later it will fail due to electrical and thermal stress bought on by power dissipation issues.
Yes you can get 2000 watts out of your amps, but the correct way is to bridge your amplifiers if you can, and terminate them into the proper load.
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