Well, it's tricky for me anyhow. You see, I bought a Kicker Comp 10" Sub, and planned on only having one. So I bought the 4 ohm model to match my amp requirements. Well now I'm thinking a little more kick is in order, and want to get another sub, and keep them on the same channel(ie. not buying a new amp). Without a spec sheet (can't find one), my amp's sub channel simply states "4 Ohm Subwoofer". It can easily draw enough power for these 2 comps, but resisitance is confusing me. If I hook-up two 4 ohm subs in parallel, 2 ohms, so no good. If series, 8 ohms. First off, I'm assuming (as it seems to be the general case) that it can handle higher resistance, it's the lower resitances that cause instability issues. Is this flawed thinking? Will this work? Thanks in advance. Oh, and can you think of any problems running @ 8 ohms? I know it's high, but thanks for your ideas.
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Tricky (?) Resistance Thoughts...