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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
depends on the amplifier if you have a mono block amp or a regular 2 output amp if it is 2 output make sure to bridge and that means the negative to one output and positive to the other output then need to find out the rms on the speaker. the amp should have the ability to adjust it you might want to get a digital multimeter set it to watts and make sure you only set it to the RMS of the speaker because max handling should be the 1800 and usually the RMS is half the max so it should be 900 w again it depends on the amp and were the adjusting knob is and or if it has one
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
Those MOFO-15's have dual 1ω voice coils. So the only way you can get 2 of them to present a 2ω load is to use 1 voice coil on each one with the two of them wired in series. Using both voice coils, you can get a 1/4ω load by wiring the voice coils in parallel and then wiring the subs themselves in parallel. You'll get a 1ω load with the voice coils in series and then parallel the subs. Or you'll get a 4ω load with both the voice coils and the subs in series.
Here's a link to Power Acoustik's PDF for the MOFO's. I recommend that you check out the wiring diagrams on page 3.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
If you have 2 subs that are 2 ohms, the final impedance will be either 1 ohm if they are wired in parallel or 4 ohms if they are wired in series. You cannot get a final load of 2 ohms. Unless your amp is stable down to 1 ohm (many amps are not), your best solution would be to wire the subs in series, positive of one sub to the negative of the other sub, and the remaining positive and negative to the amp. Yes, this will result in a 4 ohm load and the amp power will be reduced. But it is better than destroying your amp with too low of a load, and the subs will work fine, just not as loud.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
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Instead of writing all the info you need I have included a link. It has ALL the info you need in regards to you speaker wiring. With picture the site will be easier to understand then me just writing it out for. your mono amp is easy to hook up to as it only has one output. Check out the site if you have any question please feel free to contact me and i'll be happy to answer them for you.
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Posted on Jun 20, 2011
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