Well... yeh. I think the amp was also way too hot when I had the gain up.Originally Posted by Will Albers
Yes i see exactly what you are saying
(hence why my brain hurt from the math...)
The amp works slightly differently with its amperage ..etc
I dont rember exactly now...but if i can find the book i was reading about it ill post further.
Its becasue of this that normal headunits cannot usualy produce over 20 watts RMS...something with the pull and ground....
Damn it i need to find that book now...
In this way it's 4 Ohm
In this way it's 1 Ohm
In this way it's 2 Ohm
It really makes a difference
......The sub used was 4 Ohm ofcourse.......
Note above he is useing 2 ohm subs.
With 4 ohm subs it would be 8, 4, and 4.
EDIT: It shoudl be 8ohms in series (first pic) 2 ohms (not 4 like i accidentally posted) in parallel and 4 with one sub straight up.
also note it works the same way when wiring dual voice coils on a single sub.
I mean the seperate channels are charged for it(don't know how to say it in English)Originally Posted by Sidewalksalvage
4 Ohm + 4 Ohm paralel = 2 Ohm that makes 1 Ohm for each channel
Acually, these subs are 4ohm, they are just bridged on the amp, making a single 4ohm sub a resistance of 2ohms.
i have a similar problem my amp fuses keep blowing but only when i attach my sub. if i leave the sub unhooked the amp functions. i have now blown 7 fuses trying different things to isolate the problem. PLEASE HELP! im at the point where im just about to pull out all my wires and start new.