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Old 5th October 2005, 11:40   #31
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Yeah its ok...but i don't recommend this...if given no other choice one might go for this "Jugaad"
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No JB, you did not get my point. I was asking "can you think of any other rational/safe way to mate this amp and sub?"
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Old 5th October 2005, 12:00   #33
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What sub does he have on him ?
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i dont knwo the model but the amp is a 20W / 2 channel and the sub is a 4 ohm DVC.
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Old 5th October 2005, 12:03   #35
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i'd love get vivek's take on this as well. as a DIY he might be able to think out of the box.
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Old 5th October 2005, 12:05   #36
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That amp is flea powered to handle a DVC 4 ohms subwoofer. Its better that he should use this amplifier for the speakers and buy 502 for the subwoofer.
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a new amp is not an option JB.
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Old 5th October 2005, 12:19   #38
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Hahahhaha...i would still go by bridging the amp and wiring the sub in series.
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Each voice coil is 4 ohm. So, why can't he wire each coil to one channel?
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thanks JB. so pranil has 3 options.
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How would I connecta 2 channel amp to a DVC sub......is series better or parallel.
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What amp do you have and sub...then it will be easy for us...

If you have 2 Ch amp then bridge it and wire your 4+4 sub in series.
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"JB...wrong question.......I am sure I will be meeting u in person in the future regarding this. I have a pretty heavy woof DVC and I think I need atleast 400 rms to run itt. rest i am figuring out with Gunbir to meet this weekend
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Give me the model number of your subwoofer and amplifier.
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Give me the model number of your subwoofer and amplifier.
Jasbir below are the specs:

Amplifier:

RMS Power Range : 75*2

Number Of Channels: 2


Built In Crossovers: Yes

Max power, 2 ohms: 200w x 2
RMS power, 4 ohms: 75w x 2


12" DVC subwoofer
500 watts RMS power KM3 coated paper cone
24Hz - 1kHz
.93Db
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