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Old 6th July 2006, 01:59   #1
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Now here comes another situation

Suppose I have 2 amps each 800 RMS @ 2 Ohms,

If I take the subwoofer +,- output wire from each and connect it to same +,_ speaker pins, then does the output become 1600 RMS @ 2 ohms or what is it if what i am saying is not correct,
If I am right and I add a same third amp then it increases to 2400 RMS @ 2 Ohms?

If I had 2 subs 800 RMS each Dual 4 Ohms, then ideal way to have the subs connected is,

Sub1(Coil1=Coil2)||Sub2(Coil1=Coil2) ??

Glossary :
= (series)
|| (parallel) (all of our gurus will know this, but I have specified for those who don't )
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This should help you...

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/124461-post1.html

there are already a few threads on this subject, including one that you started recently. Please use the search feature befor posting new threads.

Re your amp question... that called 'Strapping' multiple amps. No thats not possible unless your amps support strapping... which mostly really high end ones do.

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If I had 2 subs 800 RMS each Dual 4 Ohms, then ideal way to have the subs connected is,

Sub1(Coil1=Coil2)||Sub2(Coil1=Coil2) ??

Glossary :
= (series)
|| (parallel) (all of our gurus will know this, but I have specified for those who don't )
why? do your subs need that much power?
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yeah Ron... This way we can go aroundin circles endlesly... If you can be clear what is it you exactly want... as in what kind of sound you are looking for.... SQ .. SPL ... and a budget... then the maybe the suggestions will be more forthcoming... equipment is ALWAYS Goal Oriented!!

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equipment is ALWAYS Goal Oriented!!
ahhhhahahahayayahahahahahyayaahahahaha FOMCROTFL
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why? do your subs need that much power?
Navinji nowdays this has become the formula:

small enclosure + low bass capabilities + low sensitivity = high excursion design + high power handling + cheaper powerful class D amps = bass sounds like a cow mooing away trapped in a well.

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FOMCROTFL
... yeah... sheer hard fought experience that !!..

... expand that pls...

AND come and help install ... everyday a new dream.. I have turned into a gargoyle!!
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FOMCROTFL = Fell off my chair, rolling on the floor laughing...
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Navinji nowdays this has become the formula:

small enclosure + low bass capabilities + low sensitivity = high excursion design + high power handling + cheaper powerful class D amps = bass sounds like a cow mooing away trapped in a well.
After all the advnaces in Materials, measuring techniques (like FFT) and Computer Aided Design I would think speakers would get better.
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