If you cut the impedance in half, you get twice the power. There is no power amplifier on the market with an output impedance of 8 ohms. The owners manual for the Kenwood says in bridged I have 500 rms 4ohm, while the sub is 500 rms 4 ohms. Each of them operates at a specific part of the frequency spectrum so the total load is not simply added up like it would be in a cab without any filter components. For quad speaker cabinets, if all speakers are the same impedance say, 8 ohms , you can connect two sets in parallel, then connect those sets in series to arrive at the impedance you started with 8 ohms in this example.
According to my limited understanding and experience that ought to be better sonically and also solve the impedance issues. Can I wire two 8 ohm tweeter in parallel at 1 channel and two 4 ohm midbass in parallel at second channel? They may sound odd or great, it depends on how the sound from the two systems combine. My sitting room is mid-sized, about 16ft by 16ft. This won't be enough added impedance to change the woofer's bass response. That's a specification that describes how loud a speaker plays with a standardized input.
You can go up from the recommended load a little ways, but not down, certainly not below minimum spec. The sub and amp you need depends on what you want to hear. When filters come into play and when those filters are designed properly you can just use three 8 ohm speakers. Secondly, that is not the way to figure the total impedance of three speakers connected together. The way you had them wired at first presented the amp with a one-half ohm load which it couldn't handle. I could wire them together in parallel to get an impendance of 1 ohm but should I? Abc warehouse installed all of this for me.
I can't answer anything about circuit breakers without knowing the exact brand name and model number of your amplifier and what size power and ground wires you intent to use. That's easy enough, now we have back emf as the voice coil moves through the environmental magnetic field. One more thing on ohms the lower you can get the ohms without going below what the amp is rated the better sound and drive you will get out of your amp. It refers to how much resistance is offered to the flow of electricity in a circuit. They are designed for 10 Ohm speakers.
The ultimate goal is to have the amp send its full power to subs that can handle it. The speakers are perfectly fine and sound great. If your friend want's weird, then weird he will have with these speakers. You can go higher in resistance but not low … er, it must be equal to or higher. Quick question about speakers impedance.
Although as you know it will reduce the power going to any one speaker. Parallel wiring means that the connection ends of each device are connected to the same things — plus to plus, and minus to minus. If I have two 6-ohm speakers connected in series, and I have 4-ohm, 8-ohm, and 16-ohm outputs on my amplifier, which of those should I use? I would also run the passive subwoofer in series with the center speaker to get 6 ohms. Do i have to bridge my Sub? That means that a 4-ohm speaker may spend a lot of its time in the 8-ohm or greater range. Keep up the good work.
It was recommended that I use either a 4 or 8 ohm speaker. So what are my best options? Thanks for your advise Regards Sir i would like to ask if they are match since no idea about them. Or do I need to add a new amp to help them out? The cap's positive terminal connects to the amp's positive power line and the cap's negative terminal connects to ground. What your saying is three equal impedance speakers so all three would get the same voltage as all three are the same impedance. Im confused about what amp rating I should look for when wiring in parallel, normal rated rms for one sub, or double it. My front left and right speakers are 6 ohms each and center rear left and rear right are 8 ohms each.
I think you'd be spending shedloads of his cash on very high power rated variable resistors, but you know if he wants the coolest looking rig in the city. I'd rather not go to 8 ohms, but will wiring at 8 ohms cut the output in half? The short answer is: Not at all. All these are intuitively simple except for impedance. It's a pain and its expensive to replace the exact one as its 3. To contact the forum owner hit the Contact Us link. Just because a speaker has impedance 8ohm doesn't mean it is an easy load to drive. The best way to choose components for a car audio system is to give Crutchfield a call 1-888-955-6000 and talk to one of our Advisors who'll make certain you get the right gear for yourself and your vehicle.
Not knowing exactly which you have make it impossible to give advice on how to wire them together. I have a 1x15 16 Ohm cab that I want to use with the Vibrolux. With questions like this, it's always better to have a conversation with a real live human in order to get what will work best for you. Will there be any problems with the different brands? My question is can the two subs listed be run at 2-ohm? We do not use matching, we use bridging when we connect the amplifier to the loudspeaker. I have two 4 ohm subwoofer svc. The kenwood amp seems like its working hard because i can small a weird plastic smell when i run it for about ten minutes. What your saying is three equal impedance speakers so all three would get the same voltage as all three are the same impedance.