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Thanks. Will do.Originally posted by 1ofaknd@Sep 2 2003, 02:49 PM

i would wire them into four ohms if i were you

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Thanks. Will do.[/b][/quote]Originally posted by The Assassyn+Sep 3 2003, 11:24 AM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>@Sep 2 2003, 02:49 PMQUOTE(The Assassyn @ Sep 3 2003, 11:24 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--1ofaknd

i would wire them into four ohms if i were you

why? if he has a mono amp then 4 ohms wont do shit for him, am i right? now if he has a 2 channel amp then 4 ohms would be perfect....... but yeah like i said if he got a mono amp he just gonna be loosing power from the amp

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Connecting the two voice coils of each driver in parallel (+ to +, - to -) and the drivers themselves in parallel will give you a 1ohm load

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i think what your trying to say is right but you did it wrong think of it this way if you have a dual 6 ohm sub in parrallel then its 3 right? divide that by 3 and its 1.... then in series the sub would be 12 divide that by three you get 4.......Originally posted by deftonekorn1002@Sep 3 2003, 03:13 PM

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i think what your trying to say is right but you did it wrong think of it this way if you have a dual 6 ohm sub in parrallel then its 3 right? divide that by 3 and its 1.... then in series the sub would be 12 divide that by three you get 4.......[/b][/quote]Originally posted by FlipFlopBox+Sep 3 2003, 04:07 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>@Sep 3 2003, 03:13 PMQUOTE(FlipFlopBox @ Sep 3 2003, 04:07 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--deftonekorn1002

yea but it wont go into 4 ohm even if you wire it to 12

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yea but it wont go into 4 ohm even if you wire it to 12[/b][/quote]Originally posted by deftonekorn1002+Sep 4 2003, 05:45 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE(deftonekorn1002 @ Sep 4 2003, 05:45 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>@Sep 3 2003, 03:13 PM

i think what your trying to say is right but you did it wrong think of it this way if you have a dual 6 ohm sub in parrallel then its 3 right? divide that by 3 and its 1.... then in series the sub would be 12 divide that by three you get 4.......

:uh: :twak:

of course you can wire it into 4 ohms, that's one of the advantages of having three dual 6 ohm subs, to wire it into a standard 4 ohm load. or even a 1 ohm load. instead of all this 2.2452523434 ohms.....nonsense.

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:uh: :twak:Originally posted by 1ofaknd+Sep 4 2003, 07:32 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE(1ofaknd @ Sep 4 2003, 07:32 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>@Sep 3 2003, 03:13 PM

i think what your trying to say is right but you did it wrong think of it this way if you have a dual 6 ohm sub in parrallel then its 3 right? divide that by 3 and its 1.... then in series the sub would be 12 divide that by three you get 4.......

yea but it wont go into 4 ohm even if you wire it to 12

of course you can wire it into 4 ohms, that's one of the advantages of having three dual 6 ohm subs, to wire it into a standard 4 ohm load. or even a 1 ohm load. instead of all this 2.2452523434 ohms.....nonsense.[/b][/quote]

no it wont its not possible

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no it wont its not possible[/b][/quote]Originally posted by deftonekorn1002+Sep 6 2003, 07:51 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE(deftonekorn1002 @ Sep 6 2003, 07:51 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>Originally posted by [email protected] 4 2003, 07:32 PM

@Sep 3 2003, 03:13 PM

i think what your trying to say is right but you did it wrong think of it this way if you have a dual 6 ohm sub in parrallel then its 3 right? divide that by 3 and its 1.... then in series the sub would be 12 divide that by three you get 4.......

yea but it wont go into 4 ohm even if you wire it to 12

:uh: :twak:

of course you can wire it into 4 ohms, that's one of the advantages of having three dual 6 ohm subs, to wire it into a standard 4 ohm load. or even a 1 ohm load. instead of all this 2.2452523434 ohms.....nonsense.

not a very smart one, are ya.

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not a very smart one, are ya.[/b][/quote]Originally posted by 1ofaknd+Sep 7 2003, 08:12 AM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE(1ofaknd @ Sep 7 2003, 08:12 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'>Originally posted by [email protected] 6 2003, 07:51 PM

Originally posted by [email protected] 4 2003, 07:32 PM

i think what your trying to say is right but you did it wrong think of it this way if you have a dual 6 ohm sub in parrallel then its 3 right? divide that by 3 and its 1.... then in series the sub would be 12 divide that by three you get 4.......

yea but it wont go into 4 ohm even if you wire it to 12

:uh: :twak:

of course you can wire it into 4 ohms, that's one of the advantages of having three dual 6 ohm subs, to wire it into a standard 4 ohm load. or even a 1 ohm load. instead of all this 2.2452523434 ohms.....nonsense.

no it wont its not possible

im problay twice as smart as you because i know you cant get 4 ohms out of 6 :biggrin:

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3 DVC drivers with Voice Coils in Series / Parallel

Connecting the two voice coils of each driver in series (+ to -) and the drivers themselves in parallel (+ to +, etc.) will result in the following impedances:

Dual-6 Ohm Subwoofers: 4 Ohms

Dual-4 Ohm Subwoofers: 2.67 Ohms

Dual-2 Ohm Subwoofers: 1.33 Ohms

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Did you notice something while being so smart?Originally posted by 1ofaknd@Sep 7 2003, 03:17 PM

3 DVC drivers with Voice Coils in Series / Parallel

Connecting the two voice coils of each driver in series (+ to -) and the drivers themselves in parallel (+ to +, etc.) will result in the following impedances:

Dual-6 Ohm Subwoofers: 4 Ohms

Dual-4 Ohm Subwoofers: 2.67 Ohms

Dual-2 Ohm Subwoofers: 1.33 Ohms

The third sub only has one coil hooked up. This means that the 3rd sub will only be useing

This means the third sub will be pushing

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