Question about Car Audio & Video
Definitely a 4 ohm load.If you do 1 ohm,that will send 4 times the current to the sub and you may end up hearing $150 blow out.2 ohm uses twice the power as 4 ohm and is still alot considering the power formula.watts=amps x voltage however amps are determined by voltage divided by resistance. 12 v divided 4 ohms is only 3 amps. 12v
divided by a 1 ohm = 12 amps when you go to crank up the power by turning up the volume,that results in even less ohms and more power.lol.Just use 4.Good luck! Greg
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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