Hi John, this CBR15 speaker model, is specified for real power handling 500 watts each speaker

If you connect the two Yamaha CBR15 in parallel, you will get an impedance of 4 ohms and an effective power handling capacity of 1000 watts, in this way you can apply that power, without risk of damage

I hope you serve my comment

Regards Franco Dosil

Hola John, este modelo de bafle CBR15, esta especificado para manejo de potencia real 500 watts cada bafle

Si conectas los dos Yamaha CBR15 en paralelo, obtendras una impedancia de 4 ohms y una capacidad de manejo de potencia efectiva de 1000 watts, de esta manera puedes aplicar esa potencia, sin riesgo de da?o

Espero te sirva mi comentario

Saludos Franco Dosil

https://mx.yamaha.com/files/download/other_assets/8/332498/cbr15_es_om_a0.pdf https://mx.yamaha.com/es/products/proaudio/speakers/cbr/index.html

If you connect the two Yamaha CBR15 in parallel, you will get an impedance of 4 ohms and an effective power handling capacity of 1000 watts, in this way you can apply that power, without risk of damage

I hope you serve my comment

Regards Franco Dosil

Hola John, este modelo de bafle CBR15, esta especificado para manejo de potencia real 500 watts cada bafle

Si conectas los dos Yamaha CBR15 en paralelo, obtendras una impedancia de 4 ohms y una capacidad de manejo de potencia efectiva de 1000 watts, de esta manera puedes aplicar esa potencia, sin riesgo de da?o

Espero te sirva mi comentario

Saludos Franco Dosil

https://mx.yamaha.com/files/download/other_assets/8/332498/cbr15_es_om_a0.pdf https://mx.yamaha.com/es/products/proaudio/speakers/cbr/index.html

Ohm Car Audio &... | Answered on Aug 21, 2019

8 ohms

Ohm Car Audio &... | Answered on Mar 30, 2019

your amplifier power id same, speakrt power handling rating stays the same

Ohm Car Audio &... | Answered on Nov 22, 2018

dear sir, impedance matching between the amplifier and the speakers is very important. the total impedance will be 8 divided by 6=1.6666666 ohms , this impedance is not healthy for any amplifier, because the impedance must be between 4 ohms and 16 ohms

Ohm Car Audio &... | Answered on Sep 18, 2018

An amp that will handle 2 ohm stable as long as they are hooked up left and right. Try a fosgate or kicker amp. Just look up specs on the model you want.

Ohm Car Audio &... | Answered on Dec 07, 2016

Usually the amplifier is stable at 1 ohm or it is not. Usually not something you can change. If you are asking how to wire the speakers at 1 ohm that's a different question, but first you have to make sure your amp is 1 ohm stable of course.

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Can you explain with a little more detail like does it have dual coils or single?

Ohm Car Audio &... | Answered on Apr 13, 2016

If your amp is the GT1-4500D, then no. The amp is only stable down to 1 ohm. Operation below 1 ohm load is not guaranteed.

Ohm Car Audio &... | Answered on Nov 04, 2015

If the subs you have are 2 ohm DVCs, that usually means each voice coil is 2 ohms. Putting the DVCs in parallel will make the sub 1 ohm, which is beyond the capability of the amp (which is only stable down to 2 ohms per channel). Putting each subs DVCs in series (for a total of 4 ohms per channel) will at least allow the amp to operate properly, even though you will not be able to maximize the output power.

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Ohm Car Audio &... | Answered on Nov 04, 2015

If you run one sub with the DVCs in parallel, you would get 2 ohms. If you run both subs with all DVCs in parallel, you would get 1 ohm.

If you run both subs with DVCs in parallel and subs in series, you would get 4 ohms.

If you run both subs with DVCs in series and subs in parallel, you would get 4 ohms.

If you run one sub DVCs in series and the other sub DVCs in parallel and both subs in parallel, you would get 1.6 ohms but the subs would not be balanced.

If you run both subs on only one coil and the subs in parallel, you would get 2 ohms (but only if the individual coils are rated for the full power)

If you run both subs with DVCs in parallel and subs in series, you would get 4 ohms.

If you run both subs with DVCs in series and subs in parallel, you would get 4 ohms.

If you run one sub DVCs in series and the other sub DVCs in parallel and both subs in parallel, you would get 1.6 ohms but the subs would not be balanced.

If you run both subs on only one coil and the subs in parallel, you would get 2 ohms (but only if the individual coils are rated for the full power)

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800whatt amp 8ohm connect on first two

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no ,use in pairs only

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Since it is a mono block amp, it depends on your subwoofer (s), and how you wire them to the amp.

Single 4 ohm sub would be just that, 4 ohms.

Single dvc 4 ohm sub, with both voice coils wired parallel would be 2 ohms.

2 dvc 4 ohm subs wired parallel would be a 1 ohm load.

Single 4 ohm sub would be just that, 4 ohms.

Single dvc 4 ohm sub, with both voice coils wired parallel would be 2 ohms.

2 dvc 4 ohm subs wired parallel would be a 1 ohm load.

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