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I have a 2 channel amp that I want to hook up to one sub, how should i wire it? I don't want to wire it to just one side of the amp cause I will not get the sound from the other side
x2to what Ohm stable is it?
your amp is set like this for the speakers:
L Chan R Chan
Take the - from one side (L or R), than take the + from the other side. If you choose to take the - from the L, take the + from the R, and visa-versa.
This will Bridge the amp taking power from both channels into one. This lowers the Ohm load so less resistance = more power. It will get hot and if your amp cannot support 2 Ohm load it will shut off if it has a thermal switch...if not you can ruin the amp.
if it is a 4 ohm sub bridged the amp will see a 2 ohm load speakers are not ohm stableOk, looked at the sub. The only thing it says is 4ohms.
You should be fine ... ex: If you want to bridge an 8ohm sub your amp needs to be 4ohm capatable, so in your case a 4ohm sub will work with a 2ohm capable amp.Ok, looked at the sub. The only thing it says is 4ohms.
:sonicjay: x2- I'm slowif it is a 4 ohm sub bridged the amp will see a 2 ohm load speakers are not ohm stable
Ohms is a measure of resistance there are so many ways to run speakers in parallel and series etc but with the one sub you will be fine just take your time adjusting the amplifier
It is recommended that you turn your stereo to 3/4 volume while adjucting the amp (if you normally listen to it louder turn it to that point )
Its a flebay special it is a Saga. I payed 60 shipped figured I would try it for that price.well if its a good amp when u bridge down to 2 ohm stable itll prob run around 650 rms 1000 watt peak . so yeah the sub u have will prob smoke..but u could also turn the gain way down...if its a cheapy then watt rating is prob way off