Thanks for your time and all your tips I appreciate it. I'm hoping to use one 6. I have a ford ranger so it limits the size of my sub choices any recommendations would be a plus on subwoofers in your opinion. I recommend playing 0 dB test tones and turn it up 'til it buzzes, then turn it down 'til it stops. And subwoofer and speaker voice coils have impedance ratings measured in ohms, not amplifiers. Is your amp a 1-channel amp, by any chance? If this is the case I should purchase the exact same subwoofer to ensure the resistance is exactly the same or if there is a difference of even.
These well-built amplifiers should have no trouble, heat-related or reliability, driving a 2-ohm load. Adding an aftermarket amplifier to a system with a factory amp is not easy or always possible. The extra terminals give you more options for wiring the speaker. Tips to Draw Good-looking Circuitry Diagrams An excellent wiring diagram has to be technically right and also clear to review. Ground goes directly to chassis - you don't need a ground block. Firstly, a 2-ohm speaker and a 4-ohm speaker wired together in parallel would present an amplifier with a 1. This will give me 2800rms with 4 subs so the above amp will give 3200rms at 1ohm.
Because once I put up a good amount of bass on the woofer it just turns off an turn on but right back off till I lower the bass knob. I want to connect negative to negative and positive to positive which gives me 1 ohm load. As an alternative, you could wire each sub to a set of output terminals. If i wire them in parallel, would that give me 1 ohm per sub and would i need two amplifiers to make this happen safely? This is correct, however a better representation would be to show the negative cable from the battery to chassis. Most people including car toys etc miss upgrading the ground connection for the battery and rely on the same cable that grounds the rest of the vehicle electrical system. Or just from the speaker to the amp.
For more specific options, just get in touch with a member of Crutchfield's Sales Advisor Team via phone or chat - just click on the Contact Us link at the very top of this page. Next we will look at subwoofers and how to wire them properly to the amplifier. Your amp has 2 sets of speaker output terminals, wired together inside the amp, for convenience when driving multiple subs. Its a 325 watt amp. Anybody give me any advise as to wiring it up to get best performance? So I really need to get some good advice.
If you want a question answered about your system, you must identify the gear by brand names and model numbers. If you want a question answered about your system, you must identify your equipment by brand names and model numbers, although in your case I may not be able to find info on gear available in South Africa. Can't get one from their website as they don't even have a manual for it. Can I fit it to my pioneer hu without an amplifier? New Front Infinity speakers to channels 3 and 4. It makes a big difference. Think of it as a two step process this will make it easier to figure out.
I know I would be using half of the 124, but with a combined rms rating of 800 watts minus the 200 lost for the unused coil. I have read a few posts wherr guys say wiring to 1ohm is not the best way to go as you do get more power from your amp but sound quality would be poor and you would not have as much control over sub performance. Would running in stereo make the amp run hotter? The word used to describe this is called. You can add a sub amp later, and then power the rear speakers with the 4-channel amp. You'd wire them , changing the 4s to 6s and the 1 to 1. What brand and model do you suggest? I only have one speaker output from a tma t500. This does not mean that the receiver's amplified outputs can be bridged together - they can't.
This is a passive system. The least expensive receiver we carry is the digital media receiver, but I don't know if it fits in your car or not. But I don't know if that increase would be audible or not. Thanks again for all of this great info you provide. If you wired your subs as you describe the amp will probably start to overheat and then go into protection mode.
Whats your advice on wiring? For immediate help, you can contact them via phone or chat - just click on the phone icon at the very top of this page. To make sure you get everything you need for a successful installation, why don't you contact a member of Crutchfield's Sales Advisor Team via phone or chat - just click on the Contact us link at the very top of this page for more information. Find the model number of your subs and contact Orion's tech support to identify what you have. For immediate help, you can contact them via phone or chat. You've got four speakers and four channels of amplification - sounds perfect to me. To make a four-speaker 8Ω cabinet, put four 8Ω speakers in series-parallel. That's a recipe for blowing subwoofers.
Okay now as you saw above the single 4 Ohm subs wired in a parallel resulted in a 2 Ohm load, just what we needed for the amplifier example from above. Why don't you give us a call so an Advisor can help you make sure you have everything you need for your installation. According to the specs, you should be alright. Start by getting a or with speaker-level inputs. I got the 5 channel to run the entire system I'm just unsure how to wire it all into the one amp!! Brand names and model numbers work best. The left and right signals get mixed together inside the amplifier to produce the single subwoofer signal. So would the best way to go about it just to be to hook up a single voicecoil to each terminal for a 2ohm load? Any dets on wat i can do.
The positive on the left side to the negative on the right side. You wire all sub enclosures the same way, they're pre-wired internally. You can find a glossary of terms below the interactive module. If you bought your amp from Crutchfield, you could call Tech Support for free help troubleshooting your system. I am assuming keeping the gain at half keeps the voltage at half, correct? Come into See for yourself and Speak with a real Car Audio Expert! That's a recipe for blowing subwoofers. Even a high-output alternator, beefed-up wiring, and a second battery might not be enough to support this monster of a system. The value is often found printed on the magnet, if you're unsure of what you have.