Question about Jl Audio Car Audio & Video
A normal wiring setup to produce a 4-ohm load is what you usually see - each speaker is wired to one channel of the amp. This is series wiring. To get a 2-ohm load, you need to wire in parallel. Here's how:
Take sub A and wire the positive terminal to the positive terminal of channel 1 on the amp. Wire the negative terminal of sub A to the negative terminal of channel 2 on the amp. For sub B, it's the opposite - positive terminal of sub B to the positive terminal of channel 2, and the negative to the negative terminal of channel 1. That's parallel wiring, and will produce the 2-ohm loading (and subsequent increase in output) that you're seeking.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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