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I have a mmats d2000.05, I need to know how to wire up three 4 ohm dvc subwoofers and get the full power out of this??

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  • It is capable of driving a 2 ohm load.
  • It is a single channel amp, so bridging is not applicable. There are two speaker connections, true, but they are tied together internally.
  • It's rated at 500W @ 2 ohms
  • The issue you're going to have hooking up the subs you own is that you're not going to be able to optimize the output of the amp. If you hooked all of them up in parallel (both 15w0 as well as the dual voice coils of the 15w6), you'd be putting a 1.7 ohm load on the amp, which it may not like. In my mind, your best bet is to either put both 15w0's in parallel (125W per sub) and not use the 15w6.....OR.......use only the 15w6 with the dual voice coils in parallel (350W to the sub).

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huge shared common space slot loaded box (size depends on sub 10", 12" 15" you need to clarify that please) the amp specs on earthquakes site say the phd5000 is rated at a max output of 5k watts at 1 ohm 3k watts at 2 ohm so, with 3 dvc 2 ohm subs you only have 3 options of which only 2 will be a usable solution:

1. 3- 2ohm dvc series at sub parralel at amp = about 1.33 ohms at the amplifier this is the best option to get the most power to the subs as each sub will produce a 4 ohm load then wire each one to the amp the amp sees 3 4 ohm parralel loads which = 1.33 ohm so based on the amp specs you would be close to 1200 watts per sub.

2. 3- 2ohm dvc wired in series at sub and all 3 subs series wired together very difficult to wireand will give you a 12 ohm load which is next to no power at all (not a viable solution)

3. 2- 2ohm dvc parralel wired to each other and then at amp the amp sees a 1 ohm load and makes 5k watts max but you can only (REREAD THAT LINE! ONLY USE 2 SUBS IN THIS WAY) WHICH GIVES THE MOST POWER BUT ONLY USES 2 SUBS

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