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valeribojinov
#1 Jul 13 2019 06:33pm
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Hey guys ,
I am planning to replace my current 5 channel AMP with a 4 channel AMP that i can borrow from a friend.

This is the AMP's specs :
Power at 4 Ohm: 4x100W
Power at 2 Ohm: 4x150W
Power at 4 ohm mode: 2x300W
Playing frequencies: 10 Hz - 50 KHz
Low Pass Filter (LPF): 40 Hz - 300 Hz
High Frequency Filter (HPF): 40 Hz - 300 Hz
Speaker Input: 2 ~ 16 ohms


So basically my question is :
Channel 1 : Rears
Channel 2 : Fronts
Can i then use Channel 3+4 on bridge for the Sub ? using the built-in low freq filter

The Sub is single coil 15` 4ohm

Will that run fine ?

Thank you in advance !

This post was edited by valeribojinov on Jul 13 2019 06:35pm
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#2 Aug 11 2019 11:53am
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DatNiggaJesse
#3 Aug 12 2019 05:46pm
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Quote (valeribojinov @ Jul 13 2019 08:33pm)
Hey guys ,
I am planning to replace my current 5 channel AMP with a 4 channel AMP that i can borrow from a friend.

This is the AMP's specs :
Power at 4 Ohm: 4x100W
Power at 2 Ohm: 4x150W
Power at 4 ohm mode: 2x300W
Playing frequencies: 10 Hz - 50 KHz
Low Pass Filter (LPF): 40 Hz - 300 Hz
High Frequency Filter (HPF): 40 Hz - 300 Hz
Speaker Input: 2 ~ 16 ohms


So basically my question is :
Channel 1 : Rears
Channel 2 : Fronts
Can i then use Channel 3+4 on bridge for the Sub ? using the built-in low freq filter

The Sub is single coil 15` 4ohm

Will that run fine ?

Thank you in advance !


Yes you can, shouldn't be an issue.

You'll only see about 150w for that subwoofer though.

This post was edited by DatNiggaJesse on Aug 12 2019 05:57pm
valeribojinov
#4 Aug 13 2019 04:54am
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Quote (DatNiggaJesse @ 13 Aug 2019 02:46)
Yes you can, shouldn't be an issue.

You'll only see about 150w for that subwoofer though.


Would it be 300w since i will use it bridged?
DatNiggaJesse
#5 Aug 13 2019 10:53am
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Quote (valeribojinov @ Aug 13 2019 06:54am)
Would it be 300w since i will use it bridged?


Yeah it actually may be 300, somewhere between 150-300.
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#6 Aug 13 2019 07:30pm
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Quote (DatNiggaJesse @ 13 Aug 2019 12:53)
Yeah it actually may be 300, somewhere between 150-300.



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