jeanious2009: Good way to teach kids/teen to blow up subs. How to about teaching them to do SERIES and prevent all their amplifiers from catching fire.
Elia Lentz: I have one question I have 2 orion xtrpros 2ohms each and I want to make it one ohms on a massive audio nano block n4 should I do it or will it blow my amp
piamok: @redneckfun69 less ohm gives louder sound, more ohms gives clearer sound
Tim Lam: is it impossible to wire in parallel if i only have 1 sub and it is single voice coiled?
Soflo Scott: i swear if someone cant figure this out on there own... lol
Erwin Castro: SAID IT WRONG MY FRIEND IT IS PARALLEL
Moreoff: Why bother with cheezy imported wire-cutters when you have your teeth.
scud michael Andres: he is right. it is a 2 ohm dvc speaker. if you wire it on series the ohms will raise so it will be 4 ohm. and if you do it parallel it will be divided so it will become 1ohm. RESEARCH BEFORE COMMENTING.
Lytesson: Why would someone who was deaf be watching this?
Dj Moe$: just run a wire to the positive on ur battery
cotyballs: when i wired up my head unit the truck didnt have any wire to connect the wire that holds the head units memory. what can i wire that into to keep my head unit holding memory
Marcus B: he actauly wired it in parallel..........
phattacorider: Amps that are rated for 1ohm will give a rating at 1ohm. Right now in my truck I have a Punch 300.1 amp, it's not 1ohm stable. I'm going to be upgrading to a Power 500.1bd, it is 1ohm stable.
Also, to put it very basic, to figure the final load of parallel connected coils, you'd divide the impedence load by the number of coils. Series, you'd multiply the load by the number of coils. 2ohmDVC series ( 2 * 2 ) = 4ohm. 2ohmDVC parallel ( 2 / 2 ) = 1ohm.
Sloppy Joe: haha i really hope your being sarcastic...... ohh that would be soo sad if you wernt
certified30: Oh !!! thanks now i understand better.
Sloppy Joe: speaker make boom boom
phattacorider: When bridging a single woofer to a two channel amp that has a dual 2ohm voice coil, you'd be better to SERIES the coils to get a 4ohm load, a resistance that any bridged amp configuration will handle optimally. Also, I'm sure he initially meant to say that he's going to parallel the coils together. Also, be careful about running a woofer @ 1ohm into some mono amps because certain ones won't run stable at 1ohm and will go into thermal protection quickly.
certified30: somebody translates in english plz
damianpara: dude im freakin confused
tom58c: It doesnt matter what size, and 12g wire for subs is as small as i go.
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