These views are as if the boxes weren't there so you can see how the subs get wired together inside. For instance, 1000 watts pushed through a 4-ohm speaker results in a 15-Amp current flow, which thin wires can handle with little resistance. Still good for finding the power wires needed to hook up your car stereo. But not knowing exactly what amplifier or subwoofer you have make it impossible to give advice on how to wire them together. Also, can these speakers be wires to 1 ohm? Each sub will be a 2-ohm load. Thanks for any assistance or support. So my question is should I wire at 2o with 750w to the sub and keep the amp settings low or wire at 4o because the rms rating at 4o is closer between amp and sub? I tested them and each coil is 4ohm.
My guess is I need an amp. I think your best bet would be to use the Boss sub alone wired to that amp. Im a bit confused wih this. Look for an amp that can do that much power at each of your subs set to 1 ohm or at yours each set to 4 ohms. All information is provided as-is and accuracy is not guaranteed.
And when you only wire one of a dual voice coil sub's coils, you split its power-handling ability in half, threatening to burn the sub out, and increase its distortion, because the sub's motor assembly has to push around the dead weight of the disconnected coil. The best way to have a question answered about your system is to identify both your amp and sub by brand names and model numbers. An amp that can handle loads only as low as 2-ohms will likely overheat and go into protection mode if it were connected to a one-ohm load. The amp is located above the passenger kick panel or under the driver or passenger seat on some models. Of the amps you mention, I'd expect the first one will provide the most power to your subs, although not as much as that peak power specification indicates. I recommend playing 0 dB test tones and turn it up 'til it buzzes, then turn it down 'til it stops.
Not knowing exactly what amplifier or subwoofers you have make it impossible to give advice on how to wire them together. It sounds good until I turn up the volume and then the other mid and high Fender speakers over power louder than the sub. Some speakers come with wire sticking out of a hole in the back of the cabinet. Prepare your wires for connection. I just acquired some subs and and an amp and I don't think ill be able to utilize the full power of the subs, but I'd like to get your opinion on how nest to go about wiring.
I check the sensitivity , output , input , reviews , and of course maker ect. For your set-up, that's exactly what you can do: wire one sub to each set of terminals. Now here are the steps on how to install a car amp. And wiring all three to 1. Then wire the two subs together.
So on is +- an other is -+ an the wires hooked up verly reach cause they were cut short. The truck box has a negative and positive coming out on the right and the subs in each box are a dual voice coil already parallel wired. I don't know if I should get a two channel amp and power each sub individually or what. . Hard rock would be a bad choice here. You can go ahead and wire it up, though, using that diagram with all the 2s changed to 1s.
I am going to use one amp for rear subs and full range pillar mounted speakers and the second amp to power the front full range door speakers and door mounted tweeters. Can I wire both subs to both amps in parallel to get 300 watts at 2 ohm for each one? Or does it supply each with 500w? That would slightly under-power them, but you should be alright as long as you don't send them distortion trying to get more bass out of them than they can handle. Localizing Volume Control in the Room The next step up in whole house distributed audio complexity comes when you begin to add passive volume controls to each room in the home that has speakers. Failure to properly test all the wires may lead to vehicle or bodily damage. Distances greater than 200 feet 61 m require the thicker 12-gauge wire.
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. You'd wire them , changing the 4s to 6s and the 1 to 1. And always plan on getting more than you think you'll need - you can always trim wires that are too long, but you can't stretch wires that are too short. I do my home work on my audio equipment before purchasing. Make sure to grab the appropriate tools to test all the wires in your Rogue. Also my sub went into protection mode last night when I had my amp up to the level I wanted so I thought it would be the wiring. If it isn't, unplug it.
Eventually I moved back to Charlottesville, Virginia and opened a small demo recording studio. This will ensure better contact between the negative power wire terminal and the vehicle ground. You also may notice that there are two sets of output terminals as well. The only way to know for sure is to install your sub and amp and see if your headlights dim when the bass hits hard. You can go ahead and use your sub in your car, but please be sure to secure it so it won't become a deadly flying hazard in the event of an accident. It can take quite a while to understand the limitations associated with this type of photography.