Question about Cadence TXA 6004 4 Channel High Power Amplifier Car Audio Amplifier

You can do 8 to 16 speakers my friend 4 in every channel at ( 8 ohms on evs) size 12" 10" 8" dont matter or all at 4 ohms on this txa 6004 amp at 8 ohms ran in (parallel) gives you now 4 ohms 2or 4 speakers in each channel ran in prallele gives you 8 or 16 yea 16 ev 12"speakers my friend then switch to 2 channel mode and you get way more power cuz this txa 6004 you can run 4 channels still in the 2 channel mode switch to full pass mode trust me thats y i love this amp cadence txa 6004 is the only amp than can run 4 channels in 2 channel mode in full pass mode with 8 or 16 speakers as low as 2 ohms you get 1200w rms have fun!!

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

Yup! thats right its in your subs. make sure you got dvc subs you can only go down to 2 ohms with this txa 6004 and you can run 4 subs. and 4 full range speakers like 2 in doors and 2 6x9s or wateva you wana run just cant go lower than 2 ohms with this amp ill let you no something cool to you can run 4 or 8 subs every chnl in series ofcourse! at 2 ohms with this txa 6004 here is the trick run at low pass all 4 channels click it to 2 channel not 4 chann and see the way!! extra power you get how i now this cuz i got one txa6004 now im getting the txa6002 channel so ill have 3 amps in my car the txa6004 to run my 4 inside door and 6x9 for my highs car speakers and the txa6002 channel to run my 4 ev 12" speakers there 8 ohm each so i run parallel to make it 4 omh bridge them to get 1200w rms to make it go way!! way louder ok then my mono block my amp is a atomic 30001dmy subs are 2 15" fi,btl i love my sq on the cadence amps and so does every one i no well worth your money.. thanks i hope i help someone today

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

If you had 4 single voice coil speakers you can create either of those 2 ohm or 4 ohm setups. If you run 2 of them in parallel you will get the 4 ohms. If you run 4 of them in parallel you will get the 2 ohms. In parallel I mean that you connect the positives together and run them to the positive on the amp and the connect the negatives together and run them to the negative on the amp. Let me know if you need more help. Good Luck.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

it is load resistance. set the amplifier switch to the resistance ( X amount ohms) to match your speakers. Although running 4 ohm speakers at the 8 ohm setting is louder, it will hurt your amp

most home/semi pro speakers are 8 ohm, while car speakers are 4 ohm. If you are doing a multi speaker pa/intercom install use your formula to calculate total load is 2 8 ohm speakers in parallel are four ohms . express them as fractions and add the denominator ie:8/1 +8/1 = 8/2 or 4/1 or 4. now connect that in series (add the top numbers)with another 2 speakers in parallel and you get back to 8 ohm load. repeat the same process over and over and you can hook up to 32 speakers to the amp without needing the 70 volt tap. hope this helped.

most home/semi pro speakers are 8 ohm, while car speakers are 4 ohm. If you are doing a multi speaker pa/intercom install use your formula to calculate total load is 2 8 ohm speakers in parallel are four ohms . express them as fractions and add the denominator ie:8/1 +8/1 = 8/2 or 4/1 or 4. now connect that in series (add the top numbers)with another 2 speakers in parallel and you get back to 8 ohm load. repeat the same process over and over and you can hook up to 32 speakers to the amp without needing the 70 volt tap. hope this helped.

Mar 18, 2014 | TOA Electronics A912MK2 Amplifier

hi,

You have to check the ohms of the speakers all spekers should be 8 Ohms or above. if not it will overload the amplifier at high level. The minium ohms impedence of the amplifier is 4 ohms. If you connect two 8 ohms speakers together then the effective ohms will be 4 OHMS then the amp will handle the speakers. If you connect two 4 ohms spekers together then the effective ohms will be 2 Ohms, this will overload the amplifier. You will be able to connect two 8 ohms speaker to left channel or right channel of the amplifier. Check the speaker spesifiction to know its ohms. Make sure all the speakers have an impedence of 8 OHMS or above

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You have to check the ohms of the speakers all spekers should be 8 Ohms or above. if not it will overload the amplifier at high level. The minium ohms impedence of the amplifier is 4 ohms. If you connect two 8 ohms speakers together then the effective ohms will be 4 OHMS then the amp will handle the speakers. If you connect two 4 ohms spekers together then the effective ohms will be 2 Ohms, this will overload the amplifier. You will be able to connect two 8 ohms speaker to left channel or right channel of the amplifier. Check the speaker spesifiction to know its ohms. Make sure all the speakers have an impedence of 8 OHMS or above

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Aug 19, 2011 | Radio Shack 250 Watt PA Amplifier...

2 4 ohm speakers wired in series is 8 ohms and then is dropped back down to 4 ohms when you bridge it.

2 4 ohm speakers wired in parallel is 2 ohms then dropped down to 1 ohm when bridged

(most amplifiers will not handle loads below 2 ohms)

hope this info helps

2 4 ohm speakers wired in parallel is 2 ohms then dropped down to 1 ohm when bridged

(most amplifiers will not handle loads below 2 ohms)

hope this info helps

May 20, 2011 | Pyle Dryver PLAD213 Car Audio Amplifier

Speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1 ohm mono

Speakers wired in series

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 4, 2, or 1 ohm mono

Voice coils wired in parallel, speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 1 ohm mono

Voice coils wired in series, speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 4, 2, or 1 ohm mono

Voice coils wired in parallel, speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 1/2 ohm mono

Voice coils wired in series, speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1 ohm mono

All voice coils wired in series

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 4, 2, or 1 ohm mono

Speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1 ohm mono

Speakers wired in series

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 4, 2, or 1 ohm mono

Speakers wired in parallel

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1 ohm mono

Speakers wired in series

Recommended Amplifier: Stable at 4, 2, or 1 ohm mono

Apr 09, 2010 | Kicker Solo-Baric L5 Car Subwoofer

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An ohm is a unit of electrical resistance. You can think of it as your speaker will impede or pull 8 ohms from the amplifier that is powering it.

8 ohms is less resistance than 4ohms. So a 4 ohm speaker would require more juice than your 8 ohm.

If this is the only speaker, then that's all the resistance you have to worry about handling. If you had two of these speakers wired in parallel, then the total impedence would be up to be 4 ohms, because each speaker actually reduces the resistance in the circuit...so 8 ohms + 8 ohms = 4 ohms.

You use this information to make sure your amplifier is powerful enough for the speakers. If the speakers have too much resistance, they'll fry your amp.

Here's a good sentence to help explain, but I recommend reading the article I linked in sources...

"An amplifier designed to put out 100 watts into 8 ohms will put out 200 watts into 4 ohms. Two 8 ohms speakers wired in parallel (4 ohms total) would cause the amplifer to produce 200 watts." Source(s): http://www.marktaw.com/recording/Electro…

8 ohms is less resistance than 4ohms. So a 4 ohm speaker would require more juice than your 8 ohm.

If this is the only speaker, then that's all the resistance you have to worry about handling. If you had two of these speakers wired in parallel, then the total impedence would be up to be 4 ohms, because each speaker actually reduces the resistance in the circuit...so 8 ohms + 8 ohms = 4 ohms.

You use this information to make sure your amplifier is powerful enough for the speakers. If the speakers have too much resistance, they'll fry your amp.

Here's a good sentence to help explain, but I recommend reading the article I linked in sources...

"An amplifier designed to put out 100 watts into 8 ohms will put out 200 watts into 4 ohms. Two 8 ohms speakers wired in parallel (4 ohms total) would cause the amplifer to produce 200 watts." Source(s): http://www.marktaw.com/recording/Electro…

Nov 26, 2009 | Sony STR-DH800

Hi....

You can use any brand but you need to be careful about how you connect the speakers....Say if theyre 8 ohms and you put 2 in parallel

then they equal 4 ohms etc.

If you put two 8 ohm in series they'll equal 16 ohms.

I would go to EV's website for more on speaker connections

You can use any brand but you need to be careful about how you connect the speakers....Say if theyre 8 ohms and you put 2 in parallel

then they equal 4 ohms etc.

If you put two 8 ohm in series they'll equal 16 ohms.

I would go to EV's website for more on speaker connections

Feb 25, 2009 | ElectroVoice PA2400T Amplifier

it is really hard on an amp to run it below recommendation or specs and most audio companies won't warranty if they catch wind. but i have not seen an amp last long or operate without cutting out when you do this.

Jan 30, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

Hi

I checked in the specs of the manual here. page 6. They quote it as being suitable for 4-8 ohm AMPLIFIERS. but do not mention the actual impedance. I would expect from that that the speakers must be close to 8 ohms, as you they would not advise you to connect a 4 ohm speaker to an 8 ohm output stage, as likely damage could result. If you had a multi meter, you could do a DC resistance check of the speaker, this is generally very close to the impedance. happy to talk to you more about it.

regards

robotek

I checked in the specs of the manual here. page 6. They quote it as being suitable for 4-8 ohm AMPLIFIERS. but do not mention the actual impedance. I would expect from that that the speakers must be close to 8 ohms, as you they would not advise you to connect a 4 ohm speaker to an 8 ohm output stage, as likely damage could result. If you had a multi meter, you could do a DC resistance check of the speaker, this is generally very close to the impedance. happy to talk to you more about it.

regards

robotek

Nov 04, 2008 | Bose Lifestyle SA-2 2-Channel Amplifier

For best results the output resistance of the amplifier must equal the combined resistance of the speakers. So if the amps says 8 ohms and you have two 4 ohm speakers you put them is series or if the amps says 4ohms and you have two 8 ohm speakers put them in series. If it says 4ohm and you have two 4 ohm speakers best to use only one. It Depends on the output resistance of the amps. It is usually written at the terminals where the speakers are connected.

Sep 08, 2008 | Boss IQ 3KD.1 Car Audio Amplifier

what is the output impedance of the unit - factory specs? use calculations for resistances in series or parallel to get what you want. for example if the amps output is 8 ohms and you have two 4 ohm speakers wire the speakers in series. if your output is 4 ohms and you have two 8 ohm speakers, wire them in parallel to get 4 ohms. another way is if you have one 8 ohm speaker and you want it across the 4 ohm output, find a wirewound resistor that'll take the wattage rated at 8 ohms and put it in parallel so the output sees a 4 ohm load.

Aug 23, 2007 | DHD NTX-2009 Car Audio Amplifier

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