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I want to no the ohms of Jensen LXA300 2ch. 300w amp

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Specifically it's 50x2 rms at 4 ohms stereo, 75x2 rms at 2 ohms stereo, and 150x1 at 4 ohms bridged.

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What amp should I use?


Yes they information available on them they are still around. You will need a class-D 300 watt RMS amp to run them at perfect power if i remember right they are 150 watt RMS,, 450 watt max per sub.// just never mind the max it means nothing. They are a 4 ohm sub i believe so you would want to get a 1 ohm stable amp. two 4 ohm subs can be run at 1 ohm wired in series. they are actually made by audio vox corp.to wire them is easy ill give a link to do so easy to use. and handy. let me look for some info on your sub...? Yes there is info out there here is another link. Need additional help give a shout.
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I need a wiring diagram or pinout for my jensen LXA300 amp, thanks


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Look at this image this is the best that i found online ....if this is not the exact amplifier all of the jesen 300w amps seem to be made the same so the wiring should all be the same.

if u still are not sure post a picture of the amplifier connections.

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I have a sound stream xta 600.2 what would be the best 12" subs to with it


match your total rms output at the resistance you will be running the amp at to the subs.
example:
if your amp puts out 300w RMS@ 4ohms, then it will produce 600w RMS@ 2ohms. half the resistance, double the power.
So now that you know your available power, you should get speakers that will be used to the fullest at that given resistance.
example:
If you have two 4 ohm subs that have a power handling of 300 watts, Then you can wire them in parallel ( + to + and - to -) to get a 2 ohm load (which will be 300w per sub with the above amp) or in series (+ to - to + to -) to get an 8 ohm load. (300w amp @ 4ohms = 150w amp @8ohms = 75 per sub).

Keep in mind: choose the speakers to fit the amp, not the amp to fit the speakers. If the amp has more power than the speakers can handle, you will blow them. and ALWAYS USE RMS WATTAGES.

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I have a 1200watt amp that's only providing 300watt output with 8ohm Behringer B212 speakers. Is there a resolution and what would it be?


I'd need to know more about the amp, but don't forget, amps are rated as their max power...
So lets take a 300W/channel stereo amp at 8 ohms.
Ok, it's stereo, so there's 600W
But the amp is capable of 4 ohm loads...well, now you can deliver 600W/channel, for a total of 1200W
In this scenario, your amp is doing exactly what it was designed to do with those speakers.
If you wanted to get the full 1200W out of the amp, you'd have to hook up 2 more speakers in parallel to the ones already there. This drops the impedance to 4 ohms per channel = 600W / channel.
Yes, the power is split among the apeakers...300W per speaker into 4 speakers = 1200W
so any way you look at it, there's your 1200W

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Total Power Bridged in 2 or 4 Ohms ?


Nice amp the specs say the following:
4 Channel 100W x 4 (4 Ohm)
4 Channel 150W x 4 (2 Ohm)
2ch Bridge 300W x 2 (4 Ohm)

But.... it tends to go into protection quite fast so i wouldn't go too low with speaker impedance.

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I am replacing the blown front door speakers in my 2001 9-3 convertible with premium sound system. The speakers are stamped 4 ohm. I believe they are subs based upon what I have been able to dig up. ...


Actually the door speakers( less than 50W) do not need high wattage speakers as they are mainly powered from the head unit. Unless you are powering with a power amp a speaker of 300 watts is not required. But if the mountings are correct , the impedance of 4 ohms is correct, then it will fit OK and work. The only main issue will be the sensitivity issue of the speakers to work with a low output.
I have considered that a highly sensitive speaker( small voltage response) will sound great like an expensive power amplifier and high wattage speakers. Jensen had some good ranges in the 80's but now we have hard suspensions with poor response.
So my final suggestion is if powered from your head unit test it , there is no damage but if there is a response problem if you are a soft listener. Other wise there is nothing to worry on as the amp will handle except your listening pleasure.
So test to decide. Credit me if this info is helpful.

Aug 20, 2010 | 2001 Saab 9-3

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How many ohms is this amp


your amplifier has the following specs:

Output Power at 12V:
1 x 200W @ 4 ohms (0.05% THD, 20Hz - 20kHz)
1 x 400W @ 2 ohms (0.5% THD, 1kHz)
Output Power at 14.4V:
1 x 300W @ 4 ohms (0.05% THD, 20Hz - 20kHz)
  • 1 x 600W @ 2 ohms (0.5% THD, 1kHz)

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Its stuck on protected. I recieved the amp for my birthday in 2000. It protected it self 90 days later. I needed an amp righr then so I went and bought a 600 watt jensen. I took the old one out of the...


whats the ohm rating of amp probally 4 what is the ohm rating for sub how many subs are you running how do you have them hooked up parallel or series is your wiring to amp right

Jul 06, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

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Hooking up 2 speakers to 1 speakon output


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Jl audio 12w1v2-4


500watts sounds about right to me,i wouldnt go any higher as you risk popping the sub and haveing a melt down in the coil section of the subwoofer.

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