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xARxJabala
#1 Aug 13 2011 08:57pm
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Looking for a 2ohm load. Either with a 4 channel or a 2 channel amp. All speakers are 4 ohm impedance. Doing this myself and not exactly sure how to wire impedance for the crossovers with the amp. Only the front speaksers have crossovers. Back speakers are 6x9 3 way.

I can find diagrams all over the internet for subs with different amounts of voicecoils and what not, but nothing for this. Maybe I just cannot google correctly. But I cannot find it.


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#2 Aug 13 2011 09:18pm
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not sure if people know that kind of specific question in general help
try ask here: http://forums.d2jsp.org/forum.php?f=257
maybe some physics cracks have a clue ;)

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#3 Aug 13 2011 09:36pm
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You might actually have more luck here -> http://forums.d2jsp.org/forum.php?f=136

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xARxJabala
#4 Aug 14 2011 12:55am
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Still need help.

Question is now: With wiring a 4 channel amp with 4 4ohm speakers is there anyway to get them down a 2 ohm amp load?
The front componets go through a cross over and then get split into a woofer and a tweeter. Back speakers are a 3 way 6x9.


Willing to donote like $5 bucks for fg then donate that fg to you for a correct answer to this. THANKS


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iRowe
#5 Aug 14 2011 01:34am
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Quote (xARxJabala @ Aug 14 2011 02:55am)
Still need help.

Question is now: With wiring a 4 channel amp with 4 4ohm speakers is there anyway to get them down a 2 ohm amp load?
The front componets go through a cross over and then get split into a woofer and a tweeter. Back speakers are a 3 way 6x9.


Willing to donote like $5 bucks for fg then donate that fg to you for a correct answer to this. THANKS


I'll have your answer shortly. ;)

I do expect the donation. <3
xARxJabala
#6 Aug 14 2011 01:45am
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Quote (iRowe @ Aug 14 2011 01:34am)
I'll have your answer shortly. ;)

I do expect the donation. <3


If my question is answered to my full understanding (I catch on rather quick) I will find some way to donate something to you you might want :)
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Quote (xARxJabala @ Aug 14 2011 03:45am)
If my question is answered to my full understanding (I catch on rather quick) I will find some way to donate something to you you might want :)


How many speakers?
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#8 Aug 14 2011 01:53am
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The speakers are 4 ohms standard, and that means it is fixed at 4 ohm. You can lower them, but 2 ohms speakers will get wrecked. There's no way you can adjust the amplifier to go that far down! 4 ohms is actually a very low impedance, nearly any amp should be enough. Most speakers are 8, or 6 ohms. 4 is rare, because it is hard to make clean sound, at such low loads, because the amplier will nearly "amplify" to double power. 2 ohms would be triple, or even quadruple power.

Short explanation: The speakers are 4 ohms EACH (It doesn't add up to 8, it is just 4 ohms load). If someone ever made a 2 ohms load speaker, it would sound bad. The frequencies wouldn't be balanced, at all, unless you cash in your house for an amp.
xARxJabala
#9 Aug 14 2011 01:53am
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Quote (iRowe @ Aug 14 2011 01:50am)
How many speakers?


Front consists of 2 woofers and two tweeters with xo's, back consists of 2 6x9 3 ways with no xo's.

Quote (GamerOfDK @ Aug 14 2011 01:53am)
The speakers are 4 ohms standard, and that means it is fixed at 4 ohm. You can lower them, but 2 ohms speakers will get wrecked. There's no way you can adjust the amplifier to go that far down! 4 ohms is actually a very low impedance, nearly any amp should be enough. Most speakers are 8, or 6 ohms. 4 is rare, because it is hard to make clean sound, at such low loads, because the amplier will nearly "amplify" to double power. 2 ohms would be triple, or even quadruple power.

Short explanation: The speakers are 4 ohms EACH (It doesn't add up to 8, it is just 4 ohms load). If someone ever made a 2 ohms load speaker, it would sound bad. The frequencies wouldn't be balanced, at all, unless you cash in your house for an amp.


My sub is running at 1 ohm..? They sell lots of 2 ohm component speakers.

UGH gay, i know how to make the power work right. Why do they let amps run that low for a 4 channel? My rockford amp im buying is stable at 2 ohm for a 4 channel. Weird that they cant wire them that low i guess parallel works then and Ill get the 600 watt one. WTF


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Quote (xARxJabala @ Aug 14 2011 03:53am)
Front consists of 2 woofers and two tweeters with xo's, back consists of 2 6x9 3 ways with no xo's.


Will be overpowered. Won't work. :(

/ZZZ..

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