Question about AudioBahn ALUM12 Car Subwoofer
This is a 6 ohm speaker, which should be wired to a 6 ohm outlet, but 4 ohm outlet is working, so allow it to stay like that. If you try to connect to 2 or 1 ohm outlet, the performance will actually worsen. In electrical theory, maximum power is transferred to a load (speaker) when the impedance is a match. You already have a mis-match of 6 to 4 ohm, but it is close enough. Try not to go farther away from maximum power transfer. Your speaker will draw too much current on a 1 or 2 ohm outlet and you may end up blowing fuses, too.
Posted on Aug 06, 2007
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