using just one channel of the amp to drive your sub sounds like the best plan. you scavenge deeper into the realm of car audio, you begin to realize that figuring out the proper amplifier/subwoofer setup is a lot harder than just matching power ratings. parallel wiring, a method of connecting two subwoofers together that doubles the power handling and halves the total impedance, doesn't apply here., i'm not sure why you'd consider using a 4-channel amplifier to run your subwoofers, but i suppose it's possible. and protection on n of i try difents ways to wire coils but only 4 homs final inpedance works its only 500 no good amp or how to wire this sub? have a 4000 watt, 1ohm stable, 3000 watt rms at 1ohm monoblock amplifier., a single dvc 2-ohm sub can only get wired as a 1-ohm or a 4-ohm load., if you only wire half of a sub's voice coils, you split its power-handling ability in half, threatening to burn the sub out, and increase its distortion, because the sub has to push around the dead weight of the disconnected coils. would it be ok to wire these subs to this amplifier? i have a four channel amp and two subs in one box. the best you can do with your gear is to wire each voice coil to a separate channel of the amp. then, look for one-channel subwoofer amplifier that can put out between 500 to 1000 watts rms at one ohm. two dvc 4-ohms subs can only get wired together to form a 1-ohm, a 4-ohm, or a 16-ohm load, never a 2-ohm load. if you were referring to wiring two speakers together - that won't get you any more output as the two speakers would split whatever power an amp channel, bridged or unbridged, would send them.: impedance is the amount of electrical resistance a sub puts up against an amplifier's output. should that be on power cable or can i series to in signal also since that triggers the on amp internally. the only safe way to hook up your gear is to connect each subwoofer to a separate amplifier., you didn't identify the amplifier so i can't verify the power ratings, and i suspect the sub's power spec is a peak wattage rating not an rms rating, so i can't be sure, but you probably can safely connect your dvc 4-ohm sub to your mono amp like this. the parallel wiring, you would hook together similar terminals only, instead of wiring everything together., some amps have preamp outputs so you can "daisy-chain" two amplifiers' inputs from the same source. again, due to the difference in sensitivity, the three 15s will play considerably louder than the four 10s, even though they'd be getting the same amount of power (2500 watts rms each set), so there may be balance issues. and 2x2ohm dual coil sub, how to connect right way? the best way to have a question answered about your system is to identify both your amp and sub by brand names and model numbers., the way to connect two dvc 2-ohm subs to a 2-channel amplifier is like this. three dvc 4-ohm subs get wired together to a mono amp like this. currently i have 2 nvx nsw 124v2 subs rated at 300-350 watts rms with 92 dcbs of sensitivity . inch) but the problem i am having is that i think my amp is too powerful for the "slimmer subs". a boss ar3000d with max power, 1 ohm: 3000w x 1 max power, 2 ohms: 2200w x 1 rms power, 4 ohms: 1200w x 1 or a power acoustik gt1-6000d 6000w max 2300w at 4 ohm 3000w at 2 ohm 3700w at 1 ohm. bought some speakers and amps from a buddy at work and i'm a little confused the best way to hook these up. my girl is extremely proud of her self on this gift and cant wait for me to hook it up., if your subwoofer is svc 4-ohms rated for 175 watts rms (never use peak numbers), it would best be powered by an amp that could give it from 150 to 350 watts rms at 4 ohms. what would the wiring be if i wanted to wire both subs to one amp. i have a kicker compr12 and a alpine v12 m1005 amp n blew one speaker already thanks to the warranty i was able to get another one but i'm scared to hook it up cuz i don't want to blow it my amp is digital n really don't know much bout the levels on it any help. a better match for that amplifier would be the kicker 40cwd124 wired like this, where the amp can put out 300 watts rms to the 300-watt rated sub. however, i can't find any lanzar optidrive 15" subwoofer with that spec - just dvc-2-ohm models - but maybe you have an older model. mounting a sub facing in or out of its enclosure depends on which way sounds and looks better to you. how do i wire the amp to produce a 1 ohm load? if that last term confuses you, please reread my first comment to you from may 14th. i want to connect it to an alpine mrv-m500 which support only 2 ohm @ 500watt and 4 ohm @ 300watt.: kenwood 5 channel 1200 watt max, got from best buy for 250 normal price is 350. if you decided to wire the subs at 4 ohms, you would have to find an amplifier that puts out 800 watts of power at 4 ohms, which can be very expensive. if you want a question answered about your system, you must identify your equipment by brand names and model numbers. i would like to know what is the best amp for performance and sq?, you should be alright wiring your gear together like this, as long as you carefully set the amp's gain so no distortion will play that could produce damage. a skar ddx12 what would be a good amp for max potential. if you purchased your equipment elsewhere, you can still get expert crutchfield tech support (again, in english only) - 90 days-worth for only . i saw there was a different way to wire both subs together then just have wires going from one sub to the amp not both speakers wired to the amp independently. for a powerful and economic solution, i suggest you check out the rockford fosgate prime r1200-1d amp. it will be harder to find a 2-channel amp to work with these subs, but it is possible. can you please tell me if these items are good for eachother. that subwoofer would be much happier being driven by a much larger amplifier, like a pioneer gm-d9601, that can drive a 1-ohm load with up to 1200 watts rms., two dvc 2-ohm subs can only get wired together as a ½-ohm, a 2-ohm, or an 8-ohm load. those subs can take an amp twice as powerful, if you want. it has a decent 250 watt rms driver with an 8ohm impendence (eminence deltalite 2512). question is does the wiring have to go from amp to sub to sub as shown or can it still be wired to the box separately on each side of the amp, which seems to be the same idea? not knowing the rms ratings of your subs makes it impossible to know what amp'll be good for them. what would be the best way for me to wire these to fit my mono amp and split the 1500 watts? i know amp is too small but does work good as i don't lesson to it extremely loud but does hit hard. look for a 2-channel amp that can put out 225 to 450 watts rms per channel into 2 ohms. i know that you can wire them for a total of 4 ohms, but i would like to run them at 2 ohms for the advantage in power., assuming the two subs are wired together and to the amp correctly, like this for instance, each sub will receive exactly one-half of what the amp puts out. read in the stereo manual and says that if you can connect, the only thing you can not connect in bridge mode is a forward channel with a back channel. i connect a 2ohm speaker parallel to 4ohm speaker into a 2ohm stable amp? i need to know, you can connect a pair of speakers 6x9 sony xs-fb6930 4 ohms 60 rms in brigde in auto kenwood 4 channels (45x4, real 22x4) a speaker in bridge mode on the front channels and the other 6x9 channels back ? a single dvc 4-ohm sub can be wired as a 2-ohm or an 8-ohm load. buck, at car audio competitions i sometimes see 2 amplifiers hooked to 1 subwoofer., not knowing exactly what amplifier you have make it impossible to give advice on how to wire it to your subs., two dvc 2-ohm subs can only get wired together as an 8-ohm, a ½-ohm, or a 2-ohm load. have a 1400 watt rms mono block amplifier, but only 2 ohm stable, not 1 ohm stable, and 2 dvc 1800 watt max 900 watt rms 4 ohm 10 inch subs, i have made a box that will fit the required air space of . from a power standpoint it would seem that a 2 channel amp would be best, but it may run hotter depending on what class amp is being used. have a boss cxx27005 5 channel amp (600w-950w on the sub channel ) with a pioneer w3004d 600 watt duel 4 ohm voice coil. i will discuss these categorically and explain each one, so when it is all said and done, you just have to match up your equipment in a chart to find the answer! can i connect 2 sub for dual 4 ohm(4+4) 190w rms to jvc amplifier? i can't even tell you whether it's a 2-channel or a 1-channel amplifier, so i cannot give you advice on how to wire your gear together. then, when you feel confident, you could rewire it like this for up to 1000 watts rms. not knowing exactly which you have makes it impossible to give advice on what amplifier to use. have a 2013 mazda mx-5 with oe head unit driving jl audio c3-570x mid and high crossed over speakers using front door (oe) woofer (wires are not filtered) wires, leaving front door oe tweeter wires unused., pioneer makes champion subs in svc 4-ohm and dvc 4-ohm models, and i can find nothing on the web about that amp as described., a half-pound or a pound of polyfill may help with your sub's bass response. i used to have this amp when i was a kid and you heard my system from a mile away on two 12" subs. you what to end up with a 2ohm load, and you have a one 4ohm dvc sub ., i was wondering if a kenwood kac-8406 amplifier (bridged, 4 ohms: 200 watts x 2 chan) would be able to adequately power 2 svc 8-ohm subwoofers with rms ratings of 200 watts each (400 watts total)? the bass pro 2 features a customized 4-channel amp matched with a customized 4-coil sub. judging by the amp's 30-amp fuse and ab class, i wouldn't expect more than about 200 watts rms out of it, 100 watts for each sub. if the dvc sub can't be wired to be the same impedance as the svc subs, then they should not get wired to the same amplifier., despite that amplifier's published specifications, i think that it only has enough power for one of those subs but not two. i have 2 15 inch subs svc each are 8 ohm and i have them paralleled to make 4 ohm load. make sure you set the amp gain so no distortion ever plays., you could use each of those amplifiers to drive each one of your subs. have two mtx thunder 6000 svc 12" subwoofers, each at 250w rms and 500w peak. it's a mono block amp, but it has 4 outputs so i was just going to wire each sub separately at 2 ohms. i looked at the diagram for 2 dvc 4-ohm subs to monoblock, but the subs are sealed off from each other inside the box, so do i run the wire that connects the subs around the outside of the box to their separate external connection points? i am going to use one amp for rear subs and full range pillar mounted speakers and the second amp to power the front full range door speakers and door mounted tweeters. could i just use 2 coils and wire it to 1 ohm and not use the other 2 coils and not hurt the sub? mode: bridging an amplifier combines two of its channels into one, to get more power. scan the chart for 2 subwoofers, then find the matching ohm level and voice coil type. two dvc 4-ohm subs can only get wired together to form a 16-, a 4-, or a 1-ohm load, and that amp won't work with a 1-ohm load. it would be much more appropriate to drive non-powered pa subwoofers with this amp. i'm not sure if bridging it will give me an overall wattage of 1200 watts (75% of 1600 watts) or if it'll be 1200 watts for each speaker. class b amp that will be feeding two 4 ohm dvc subwoofers., that amp, capable of 1000 watts rms output, can easily blow that 500 watts rms rated subwoofer. have 2 jl 12w6ae which are 6ohms and a mono alpine 1100 watt rms amp what i'd the best way to wire these up and can you please send diagram with answer thanks. now i see all these wiring diagrams, my question is if you run your wires from the amp to the first sub and the second sub off the first one, won't the first sub get the full load and the second sub get what the first sub can't handle?
have a mono amp thats too powerful but if i put it at 4 ohms its perfect. the good news is that you can wire those three subs to it like this. that kenwood amplifier will work fine with it, supplying 500 watts rms to the 500 watts rated sub., before recommending a wiring scheme, we need to know what the amplifier's rms rating is, so it won't blow up the sub if it's too strong for it., if your vehicle's electrical system (battery and alternator) can't support your amplifiers adequately, it will show that by dimming the headlights during bass hits. connecting a one-ohm load to an amplifier which is stable only down to 2 ohms will result in the amplifier overheating and going into protection mode. not knowing the impedance or rms rating of your sub makes it impossible to give advice on how to wire it. not knowing exactly which you have makes it impossible to give advice on how to wire them together. unless you used an impedance meter, that measures in ohms, or an inductance meter, that measures henries, any measurement with a normal multimeter measuring dc resistance, also in ohms, is useless for identifying voice coils. buck, i had 3 qpower 2200 4dvc ran in parallel, powered on a massive audio 4k mono and it sounded awesome but the amp kept getting really hot., if you have a single voice coil 4-ohm sub you could wire it to your 2-channel amp like this diagram, but without knowing the sub's rms rating there's no way of knowing whether it'll work with that amp or blow up. buck ive been wondering is there any eay possible that i can hook 10 8 ohm speakers to a 1 ohm stable amp., you wire three svc 4-ohm subs to a mono amp stable to 1 ohm like this diagram., two dvc 2-ohm subs can only get wired together to form a 0. on the diagram and description, replace every 2 with a 3, and every 4 with a 6, and it'd be exactly accurate for your situation., if you're planning on driving a single dvc 4-ohm subwoofer with a 2-channel amplifier, then wiring it either way will have the same result. refer to your amp manufacturer or owner's manual to determine whether or not it can handle a low impedance load., it would be better if you had identified your gear by make and model number, so i could give accurate advice. your dvc 4-ohm subwoofer rated for 1000 watts rms will work best with an amp that can put out between 750 and 1500 watts rms at 2 ohms., i'm not familiar with that amplifier, but if the specs you quote are true, you can hook up those subs to it like this. zeus zrx series mono block d class 3200 watt vehicle amplifier3200 watt mono block d class amplifier 1 x 800 @ 4 ohms, 1 x 1600 @ 2 ohms, 1 x 3200 watts @ 1 ohm. is it possible for genesis dual mono amp -2 x 200 (2 ohm) or bridge 1 x 500 (4 ohm) to bridge and link up with rockford p2 aub woofer (dual 2-ohm). because of this, dvc subwoofers offer more wiring options than svc speakers., that amplifier will probably be able to drive a 6"x9" speaker with two of its channels bridged together. i was wondering if any way to run both subs on one mono amp at a final 1ohm impedance. in the audio world, the word “channel” refers to the stream of data on one line, or in the case of amplifiers, one cable of power. i have a ford ranger so it limits the size of my sub choices any recommendations would be a plus on subwoofers in your opinion. so let’s choose a 1 ohm stable amplifier to give these subwoofers the most power! so my question is, would i be better off getting 43cwrt121 sub instead and wiring it in series to get 2-ohms to make the most out of my amp? you could play it safe and wire them together like this. wired like the last diagram i showed you, it'll send your subs 800 watts rms, which matches their top rms rating exactly. have 4 2ohm dvc kicker compr 15s with the independence switch. only identical amplifiers with that select feature can do this - very few amplifiers have this ability. buck, i have a fusion ca-am20650 2ch amp and want to power a rockford fosgate punch series p2d4-8 sub in a sealed box, best way to wire it up please as i have got back into car audio and only ever had single voice coil subs. can i use the factory wires to run them thew rca's for the audio input for my amplifier? how would i wire the 2 door speakers and tweeter to get back at one of the amp channels at a 2 ohm load? and you have indeed chosen the correct wiring diagram to follow. i have a zapco st-5x 5-channel amp with the sub channel rated at 240watts rms at 4ohm. would like to run a punch 12" sub and need advice on whether the p1s4-12 (250watts rms, 4ohm svc) or the p2d2-12 (400watts rms, 2ohm dvc) would be a better choice? if you want a question answered about your system, you should identify your equipment by brand names and model numbers., although you've identified your amplifier, you haven't identified your subwoofers. other option is to do 2 sa-12 d4's to the scv2000 at 2 ohm which would give them about 1000 rms. and as a bonus, both amps feature speaker-level inputs, so you won't need an loc., if you hook that gear up as you describe, the amp will either go into protection mode or burn out trying to drive a load lower than it was designed for. perhaps this diagram can help you visualize what you will need to do to get your system up and running. if you want a question answered about your system, you must identify your equipment by brand names and model numbers. i want to wire them both to get the 2 ohm @ 600w., wired like this diagram, those subs should handle that amp's power just fine., your mono, 1-channel amp has 2 sets of speaker output terminals, wired together inside the amp, for convenience, and if you hook a sub to each terminal it would result in the two subs being wired in parallel, cutting the total impedance the amp sees in half. to: wire mono blocks & subs - dvc/svc - parallel/series., three dvc 4-ohm subs should get wired to a mono amp like this. i am wiring a audiopipe apcl-15001d to two dvc 12' rockford fosgates. first i will list my setup as accurately as possible for you. if you did not understand any of the terminology, the subwoofer wiring chart will help you out. an online search ought to bring up at least one car stereo dealership in your country near you who can help with tech support. i have a rockford mono amp and a single voice coil jl w3 2ohm and a rockford p2 single voice coil 2ohm jus laying around would i be able to hook up second sub an still have everything at 2ohms? that amp ought to work with those subs wired like this. if those specs can be trusted, an amplifier that can put out about 200 watts rms at 4 ohms will probably put out around 100 watts at 8 ohms, and should work for you., that amplifier is twice as powerful as that sub's power rating, so there's a risk you could blow the sub by over-powering it. if you want a question answered about a system, you must identify the equipment by brand names and model numbers., you could wire that gear together like this, but the amp would only be able to put out 150 watts rms to the sub. i'm curious how to wire this to get the subs down to 2 ohms to match the 2 ohm output on the amp. if you're asking can you hook up a third dvc 4-ohm sub to your amp, the answer is yes, connected this way. a different forum stated you cannot wire 1 dvc 2 ohm sub to a 2 ohm amp, it would have to be ran at 4 ohm which the amp can do, but that would only produce 300 watts rms and not take advantage of the 500 watt rms the sub can handle., a single dvc (dual voice coil) 4-ohm subwoofer can only get wired as a 2-ohm or an 8-ohm load. if that's not loud enough for you, you'll have to get a stronger amplifier. you have ever heard the terms “mono” and “stereo” you most likely link that to a sound system. or you could wire it like this diagram, but each sub would only get about 30 watts rms., check out how to make the bass in your car sound its best. that i am going to connect to 4 skar audio 8 inch subs the are 600 watts 400 rms 4 ohm what is the best way to connect my subs to my amplifier i would appreciate the help can you send me a diagram if you can., the two inputs on that amplifier take the left and right signals from your stereo and electronically combine them into one mono signal inside the amp. each channel (door) i have 2 -4 ohm speakers and 1 tweeter. if the amp is class d, you'd multiply the draw wattage by ¾ to get the output wattage. i am having problems making my setup sound cleaner/ which boxes to use/ which amp to pair with subs/ wiring issues? my question is can i split the outputs from the jensen vx7020 head unit to achieve my goal? to wire dvc subwoofers in parallel // dual 2 ohm voice coil sub wiring | exo car audio tutorial. some would work with that 4-channel amplifier, but most would not. i had the question about the two 2ohm speakers and 1ohm amp., two dvc (dual voice coil) 4-ohm subs get wired to a mono amplifier like this. if you want a question answered about your system, you must identify your equipment by brand names and model numbers, although in your case i may not be able to find info on gear available in south africa..given the information i have provided, would it be possible to tell me how everything should be hooked up? some amplifiers can detect incorrect subwoofer wiring, and will go into protect mode until the problem is fixed. and tyler, if you want a question answered about your system, you must identify your equipment by brand names and model numbers. on the other hand, maybe you just need a tune-up, in order to make the bass in your car sound its best. so how can i wire that to a dual voice coil or single,and what is your recommendation for the speaker?, sealed and ported subwoofers play the same bass frequencies, but with different tonality. can i connect 4 emphaser ex12t4 a 1000rms 4ohm svc subwoofer? with a 2000 watt power acoustic cpt mono app 4/2ohm stable class a/b amp. you should not wire different impedance subwoofers together to the same amplifier because the lower impedance sub will get twice the power of the higher impedance sub, possibly under-powering one while over-powering the other. if your amplifier can't drive a 1-ohm load, or doesn't have enough wattage at 4-ohms to drive four subs, you'll have to use a second amp in order to drive all your subs. have 4 svc 4ohm subs and want to wire them to all four channels on my 4 channel amp,but at a 2ohm load to the 4 channels,is it possible. i was wanting i run this as bridged from my amp. impedance-wise, that amp can handle the 2-ohm load, but what about the power handling? i'm trying to figure out the best way to hook my subwoofers up to that amp to get the most i can out of subs. manufacturers give a nominal ("in name only") value impedance for their subwoofers that is usually around the lowest impedance the voice coil measures while playing a sweep of frequencies. if you have two subwoofers, it assumes you are wiring them to a single channel. have a box with 2 10"s 2 tweets and 2 mids and i only have a crunch power one 300 watt 4 channel 1 ohm amp. however, you should know that a subwoofer driven by a high-passed amplifier channel will not play bass, but only the notes above the high-pass filter's setting. you'd get more output, however, if you wired it as a 2-ohm load. can i hook up the bridged amp to the jl's? each amp will be able to send up to 1200 watts rms to each sub, which is their exact rms rating. and big ones like two rockford fosgate t2500-1bdcp 2500-watt amps., home theater subwoofers are usually powered and play mono, 1-channel sound.
just wanted to run it by you and verify the way o wired it is essentially the same and that the direct connects between subwoofers are not necessary. i would i need to wire my subwoofer and amp to feel more bass . am trying to help my son install the new amp and sub that he recently purchased., i recommend getting the dvc 2-ohm models and wiring them like this to an amplifier like a rockford fosgate t2500-1bdcp. this way, that amp will be able to send those subs 600 watts rms, 300 to each. what is a good amp for my subs to run at peak performance., that subwoofer is a dvc 4-ohm sub, and it can only get wired as an 8-ohm or a 2-ohm load. i have a 2015 ram 2500 crew cab was thinking about installing a kicker 43cxa1200. guys,i have a jvc ks-ax3201d mono sub amplifier. assuming those subs are dual voice coil (dvc) 4-ohm subs you'd wire four of them to that amp like this diagram. well i was thinking buying a rf power series t02d12. you can use this diagram as a wiring guide for your sub. two dvc 2-ohm subs can only get wired together to form a ½-ohm, a 2-ohm, or an 8-ohm load., you should never connect subs of different impedances together to the same amplifier - the lower impedance subs will get more power than the higher impedance subs, resulting in unbalanced sound levels and potentially blown subs., if the amp's specs say it can work with a 1-ohm load, then i see no reason not to hook it up that way. i just thought i would let you know my thoughts ., the best you can do with that gear is to wire it together like this diagram. so i have an alpine mrx m110 amp and i recently picked up 2 (12") lanzar maxp124d max pro dvc 1600watts 800rms., i'm currently doing a subwoofer install with 2, 4 ohm dvc subwoofers wired down to 1 ohm and i am trying to figure out how to wire the terminal cups. do you wire 4 dvc 4 ohm sub to get 1 ohm at the amp. have 2 subwoofers in a ported box that has two terminals and i have a mono amp. car audio power 25% - how to install big three upgrade - easy 15 volt stereo system big 3. just bought two 1262w infinity reference speakers which are rated at 4ohms per voice coil (two per speaker) and a pioneer gm-d8601 mono amp. however, not knowing the rms wattage ratings of either the subs or amp, i can't tell you if the arrangement will work well or badly. manual says both but also wanna know how to wire it up for 2ohm or 4ohm loads. when i wire the pioneer to 2 ohms it is only actually 1., you can wire two dvc 4-ohm subs together to form a 1-ohm, a 4-ohm, or a 16-ohm load., in order to know if an amplifier will work with a subwoofer, you have to know the sub's coil configuration, impedance, and rms power rating. if you want more bass than that, that sub can take an amplifier that can put out up to around 1200 watts rms at 2 ohms. do i wire 2 dual 1ohm subs to a 1 ohm amp. this diagram shows how each of your subs' voice coils should be wired together - change the 2s to ones and the 4 to a 2. that sub will work with that mono amplifier, but seeing as it's a 4-ohm sub, the amp won't put out its full power of 300 watts rms but 150 watts rms instead. in your case, it'll probably be best to follow one of the diagrams and use one of the terminal sets only., before recommending a wiring scheme, we need to know what the subwoofer's rms rating is, so it won't blow up if the amp is too strong for it., i'm not familiar with those subwoofers, but i suppose a mono amplifier capable of putting out between 1500 and 3000 watts rms at 2 ohms will work. subwoofer voice coils usually come in 2-ohm, 4-ohm, and 8-ohm impedances. buck in those diagrams it only shows 1 sub being wired to 1 amp.. then for sub wire i have a spool of wetsounds 12/2 tinned ofc. it's like lifting weights, my arms (the amplifier) don't change when i change weights (the load/ohms), but my effort and work output (the power/watts) do. bridging refers to combining adjacent amplifier channels together, like in the diagram, and doesn't apply to subs or speakers., re audio does not publish any meaningful specs on their subwoofers, and in fact say that their mt series subs have customizable coil options but don't say what those options are. is it possible to wire these subs together an to the amp without hurtin anythang? the speakers are 2 crossfire cf212d dvc (4 ohm) and i have two amps to choose from. the second speaker output terminal is there for convenience and if you hook a speaker to each terminal it would result in the two speakers being wired in parallel, cutting the total impedance in half. there i have a phonics digital amp model number pd-397 and 2 12 hifonics brutus subs that are 4 ohm i want to get the best sound out if them. for your subs, you'd ignore the jumpers between voice coils in each diagram and use the switches as described. should i be able to use this amp or something bigger., if you're talking about adding a subwoofer, then you will need a separate amplifier to power it. i wire a dvc 4 ohm subwoofer to a 4 channel amplifier? both subs are wired separately and connected where they both enter the negative and positive terminals on my amp. i can't help you with your wiring without knowing the impedance and power rating of your svc subs. should i purchase the dvc 4 ohm type of the ix-8, or the dvc 2 ohm type of the ix-8?, you can make five pairs of series-wired speakers, and parallel wire all five pairs together, and end up with a 3. guys, i just picked up a pioneer gmd8601 that will push 500 watts at 2 ohms., the power rating for the p1s4-12 matches that amp's output better than the other sub. if you are, check out this article for possible solutions to that problem., you certainly could wire your sub to one channel of your amp like this, but generally speaking you're wasting a lot of amplifier using a 4-channel amp for a single sub. that amplifier is only stable for 2 ohms when unbridged, and you'd normally connect it to that sub, if it can take up to 340 watts rms, like this., yes, you can add a second sub, but i don't think you'll be happy with the results. u bridge 2 4 ohm dvc subs to a single channel amp? i purchased 1 12" kicker 40vcwr122 2 ohm dvc 500 rms sub and the kenwood kac-5001ps class d mono amp 300 rms at 4 ohm and 500 rms at 2 ohm. a good example of an amp that'll fit that bill is a pioneer gm-d9601, wired to those subs like this. and i know of only one or two 2-channel amplifiers that could handle a couple of dvc subs as well as countless numbers of mono amps could, which are all designed to play bass. the second speaker output terminal is there for convenience and if you hook a sub to each terminal it would result in the two subs being wired in parallel, cutting the total impedance in half. what would happen if a 2ohm stable amp were given a 1ohm or 4 ohm load? or do i need to buy a single channel amp with 500watts at 4ohms to power an 8ohm speaker?: amplifiers, amps, car amp, car sub, components, how to wire a subwoofer, match a subwoofer and amp, subs, subwoofers, wiring, woofers. a single dvc 2-ohm sub can only get wired as a 1-ohm or a 4-ohm load. and yes, you can run separate speaker wires for your two subs to the amp's speaker output terminals. i'm not sure which amp would be the best option for those two subs., i have a amp that is rated for 4-ohms: 250x1 rms and 2-ohms: 500x1 rms but my 2 subs are rated 4ohm svc 250w rms how do i wire them up thanks. i've forwarded your question to crutchfield's sales advisor team, and a member will get in touch with you by email to offer suggestions and help you choose the right amp for you and your subwoofer. i wired everything individually and used all 4 terminals on the amp to power the subs. no matter how or to what amp you hook it up, it will always have a nominal impedance of 8 ohms - you can't change that. without knowing exactly which kind and how many subs you have make it impossible to give advice on how to wire them together. sir, i have two 12" inch kicker comp subs, what is an good amp and watts to use? how do i wire these to a amp that's 2 ohm stable., please do not connect the outputs of your two amplifiers together, it could damage them. so i'm thinking 1/0 to distribution block 1-4ga to each amp, each ground to a distribution block welded to truck. i have one 4 channel amp that is capable of 1000 watts x4 at a 2 ohm load., i can't find out anything about either your subs or your amp. it allows you to set limits on how much power goes to the sub so that will be ok. to connect your second 4-channel amp's inputs, you'd use y-cords on the four full-range patch cables coming from the receiver..25 deep, will the port change if i have two subs sharing the same airspace? i have 2 dvc 4ohm subs and a 1omh stable mono amp but my amp has two terminals unlike your diagrams. just bought a jl audio13w7ae and i want to know what amp with what kind of impendance it safest to play with. as you note, for mono amps with two sets of output terminals if you hook a speaker to each terminal it would result in the two speakers being wired in parallel, cutting the total impedance in half. you can wire two dvc 4-ohm subs to a mono amp like this. assuming your two subs are alpine swr-1243ds, look for an amplifier that can put out between 900 and 1800 watts rms at 1-ohm or 4-ohms. i am not sure what impedance the unit is but it might be 2ohm/4ohm. it sounds like your sub is dvc (dual voice coil), because it has four wire terminals, but without knowing its impedance and power ratings, nor the amp's true rms output, i can't make any recommendations., you've got an amplifier that can put out 1000 watts rms into 2 ohms for a subwoofer that can get wired at 2 ohms and rated for 1000 watts rms - sounds perfect to me. amp and two kicker cvr subs and two insignia subs and was wondering what would be the best option for the most bass output and can i hook up all four subs to the same amp. is sal 900+pro, (somogyi audio line) it has 2 channels, and i found on the net that it has 1×900rms 2 ohm, 1×600 rms 4 ohm, 2×300rms 2 ohm and 2x200 4 ohm. my last set up got stolen out of my truck so i acquired from a friend 2 kicker compr12 2ohm dvc 40cwr112, mtx thunder 5500 dual 4ohm subs with a kenwood kac-9106d amp., i have a 2 channel dual xpr 522amp that rms is 150×2 at 4ohm, 300×2 at 2ohm, and 600×1 at 4 ohm loads, with 2 dvc old school ma audio 103xe 10's both with 300rms watts and 600 max at 4 ohm, i was wonder since a single dvc can wire to 2 ohm on a mono amp, can i just wire each sub separate to each channel, two subs and two channels right, just have them at 2 ohm instead of 4ohm? i'm somewhat new to all this and just want to find the best way to hook both of the subs up. if your amp's power wire gets hot and the amp doesn't power up, then something is dangerously wrong. as for driving two of those subs, you'll need a much larger amp, or a second gtr-1001. i was wondering if there was any way i could safely wire them down to 1 ohm or if i should stick with the 2 ohm final impedance? wiring diagrams will help you find the best way to connect your subs and amps so you'll get the best performance out of your gear., without knowing the rms output rating of your amplifier i can't be absolutely sure, but you'll probably be okay wiring your gear together like this diagram., we don't have wiring diagrams for dvc 3-ohm subs, but you can use this diagram instead.
. just wondering what would be the best and safest way to hook them up to my planet audio bb2500. have a kenwood kac-8105d 1000-watt class d mono amplifier and just purchased 3 boss audio cx122 subwoofers. if you want a question answered about a system, you must identify the gear by model numbers as well as brand names. i also see that i could wire the two subs to one amp and maintain the 4ohm ratings, but, the music i listen to tends to have r/l fading bass notes which is why i'm thinking i need separate amps for the subs. if the amp ratings you describe are rms numbers, then either amp will probably blow that sub. i'm not at all confident, however, that that amplifier will be able to produce its claimed output power - more like 350 watts rms x 1 bridged into 4-ohms, in my opinion. i also have a boss ar1500m armor 1,500-watt mono mosfet amplifier. it's electrically the same as the 2 dvc 4-ohm low imp diagram. substitute "coil" for "sub" in the diagram and that's the way you'd wire your sub. a 1000 watts rms amp would probably blow two 200 watts rms rated subs to smithereens, for example., the only way to safely wire your gear together is like this., so let’s say you buy two kicker 10cvr124 subwoofers. then wire the two subs together and to the amp channel like this diagram. i don't know very much at all about wiring subs and amps and ohms etc. like to seek your advise with regards to sub and amp. then from the outside of the box to the amp thanks. buck, i have 2 x pioneer premier dvc 2000w each subwoofers hooked up 2 a powerbass 6000w monoblock with a second amp at 1000w for the speakers and a capacitor., according to the information i can find, that amplifier is not stable at 2 ohms when bridged, which means the only safe way to connect those subs to it will be like this. can i fit it to my pioneer hu without an amplifier? two dvc 4-ohm subs can get wired together as a 1-ohm , a 4-ohm, or a 16-ohm load so it's important to know which you've got, and maybe plan to rewire them to a more convenient configuration. a kicker 12" compr is supposed to be a dvc sub. your amplifier would probably blow those speakers to smithereens if you bridged a couple channels together to drive them. should i buy the 2 ohm or 4 ohm to best fit this amp., kicker 15" l7 subwoofers come in dvc 2-ohm and dvc 4-ohm models. secondly, the amplifier would send the 2-ohm speaker twice the amount of power as it would send to the 4-ohm speaker, possibly over-powering one speaker while under-powering the other., four dvc 2-ohm subs can get wired to a 2-channel amplifier like this. i have them set up to run on two channels in stereo, but wired the speaker inside of the box to drop resistance load (1/2ohms). the difference in impedance between your front and rear speakers will result in a volume difference - the fronts will be louder than the rears., i can't recommend an amplifier i'm unfamiliar with which crutchfield doesn't carry., if your subs are the svc 4-ohm models rated for 150 watts rms each, they would work well with an amp that could put out between 225 and 450 watts rms into 2 ohms, like a kicker 43dxa250. what i have is two svc 12" 8 ohm rockford fosgate p1 series subwoofers, a gravity 2 channel 1100 watt bridgeable amplifier, a jvc stereo in a 2001 mustang. i have to keep everything hidden as this is in a van that has to haul cargo and there is no room for sub boxes, i purchased 2 clarion xc1410 4 channel amps and have replaces all the factory speakers with suitable aftermarket upgrades. is the difference between a 2ohm or 4ohm sub and could i run the kicker comprt10 2 ohm loaded enclosure of the kicker cx300. the jl audio xd600/1v2 would make a better match. when you hook a speaker to each terminal it results in the two speakers being wired in parallel, cutting the total impedance of what the amps sees in half. i have a 2 channel 1000 watt sony explode amp in a 99 blazer 2dr., i'd have to know exactly what amp and subs you have (make, model, and ratings) in order to help find out how to hook them up together., i see what you mean - a web search came up with a few different amplifiers with different specs. if your present system isn't loud enough for you, consider getting a more powerful 4-channel amp. i used the wiring diagram on your website and it did not mention anything about having two terminals to wire. you can experiment with yours to find which design sounds best to you. start with this diagram, and wire your fifth sub in parallel to sub 1, like the others. am purchasing 2 skar audio ix-8's which are dvc and the skar audio msk which is 1 ohm stable..i can only wire the one sub to one amp at a rating of 2 ohms, not 4, which the amp would then run rms of 2300w and max at 3500w (according to the manufacturers info sheet). i find this type of amp to be the best choice for running one or two subwoofers. or, you could wire one sub per terminal set, and then run two pairs of wires to the amp, it's electrically the same. lastly, want to make sure this amp can handle three of these speakers. or can you run 2 dvc 2ohms subs with the 4dvc sub?, like i told you before, two dvc 4-ohm subs can only get wired together to form a one-ohm load, a 4-ohm load, or a 16-ohm load, and i don't think your amplifier can handle the one-ohm load. amplifier which has 700 watts of power bridged at 4 ohms (each channel has 350 watts of power at 2 ohms)., two dvc 4-ohm subwoofers can only get wired together as a 1-ohm, a 4-ohm, or a 16-ohm load., the only way i can think of to repair your sub is to contact jbl and find out if there is a replacement woofer available. or should i hook up the seperate subs to their each channel? would it be safe to run at 2 o for long periods of time on the jx1000? or, you could keep the subs and get a mono subwoofer amplifier capable of putting out anywhere from 450 to 900 watts rms at 2-ohms. im about to have 2 pioneer 12s (ts-w3003d4) installed in my 2007 vw polo. the ideal is to match subs, amps, and their relative impedances to maximize their power capabilities. this does not mean that the receiver's amplified outputs can be bridged together - they can't. the second set is there for convenience and if you hook a speaker to each terminal it would result in the two speakers being wired in parallel, cutting the total impedance in half. i was wondering if you could help me with wiring a crunch dra1150. will it be able to deliver 250watt to each coil even tho my amp don't support 1 ohm. so if you have two channels, each at 2 ohms, and then bridge them together, it turns into four ohms (i will address ohms soon, so don’t worry! but regardless i need to know whats the best way to hook them up to get a safe stable workload of the loudest hardest hitting bass these can produce., two dvc 2-ohm subs can only get wired together to form a ½-ohm load, an 8-ohm load, or a 2-ohm load, the last one being the most useful configuration. i have a 1000rms amp and a 1200rms subwoofer 4hms. if i use a dual channel amp and bridge the output, will my speaker work like an 4ohm, in which case an amp that can power 250 watts at 4ohms (bridged) would be sufficient? if you have the dvc 2-ohm model, then it can be wired as either a 1-ohm load, or as a 4-ohm load when you wire it like this diagram. my svc sub only has 2 +an- terminals how do i bridge it. i have the polk audios hooked up to the kenwood 5 channel amplifier. if your amp can put out 1500 watts rms to two subs, each will get 750. most mono amps have two sets of speaker output terminals that are wired together internally., it seems you have a dvc 2-ohm sub (can be one or 4 ohms) and a dvc 4-ohm sub (can be 2 or 8 ohms). and lastly i realize that with the curent subs i'll be limited to 2ohm, are there any 10" subs that are 4ohm dvc that you would highly recommend? (this is the same as the amp putting out 450 to 900 watts rms when bridged to a 4-ohm load. i have one 12 ct sounds meso 2000 rms connected to a hifonics zrx 1800. i have a 18" hx2 dvc 4ohm and a 2-channel amp 2ohm bridgeable and was wondering how i would wire this setup to get the best out of it. will install one (double coil subwoofer )on the low pass channels and 2 (single coil subwoofer) on the high pass channels. i was wondering if you could wire dvc 2 ohm woofers to a 4ohm load to the amplifier ? a single dvc 2-ohm sub can only get wired as a 4-ohm or a 1-ohm load, so your idea of running "one sub per channel @2 ohms" won't work either. to brige 2 subwoofer to work on a single channel amp for beginners - lambo4real. for wiring subwoofers, we recommend using wires of 12- to 16-gauge in size. to brige 2 subwoofer to work on a single channel amp for beginners - lambo4real., if your subs are the dvc 4-ohm models, then you could wire them safely to that amp like this. without knowing whether you have a dvc 2-ohm or a dvc 4-ohm model, i can't offer safe wiring advice. my question is i have two dvc subs each are 2ohm. however, the fact your amp cuts in and out tells me that either it really can't handle a 1-ohm load, or it's defective. the best way to hook your gear up together is like this. monoblock amp is 1x1000watts at 1ohm, 1x500 watts at 2ohm, and 1x250 watts @4ohms.'m looking at the mono amp using two 4 ohm dvc subs resulting in two ohm final load., if these are all single voice coil (svc) subs, you could wire the two 8-ohm subs to one channel of the amp like this and the two 4-ohm subs to the other channel like this. have a pioneer gmd8601 mono amp and 2-10" pioneer ts-sw2502s4, would it be best to wire them at 2 ohm or 4 ohm. can i connect my two subs pioneer 1400 wats (310d) dvc and speakers (4 door and two on tray pioneer 400watts) with two amps one is alpine v12 mrv-f705 (4 channel) and worldtech(2 channel). buck i have 2 brutus dvc 4 omh square sub's 600rms 1200 peak each and a 500 w mono amp also a brutus 200w mono which amp can properly give the best output. my question is, i am now ready to wire them both at a 2 ohm load which im sure i will need to upgrade amplifier. each series pair will be 8 ohms and three 8-ohm loads in parallel equals 2. my question is i bridge to two channel and wired the subs to both of the channels each, i wired the subs with top terminals + and - going to box out terminals to amp and bottom + and - going to each other. would that amp give each sub 300 watts or split the 300 watts rms and give them 150 watts rms?.ive got one pioneer 305c sub and ive got kenwood 9501 amp., due to the differences in power ratings and sensitivity of your two models of subs, i recommend using two amplifiers. i have an alpine mrv-m500 500w rms x1 at 2 impeadence / 300w rms x1 at 4 impedance and a alpine sws-12d4 high performance dual voice coil sub what is the best way to wire this sub and amp together?, figure 3 on page 5 of the polk db6501 owner's manual shows how a set connects to an amp channel. i want to amplify the entire system as i don't understand just thumping bass. i listed all the amps i was looking at because i am not sure which will be the best bang for my buck.
if your amps don't have that feature, you can use a couple rca y-cord adapters, like these to split the signal from your receiver to your two amps. that would send each sub up to about 133 watts rms, which is a bit under-powered but should work okay as long as you set the amp gain correctly and don't send the subs distortion in an attempt to get more bass out of them than can be delivered. have a 5 channel amp and i want the best performance of course so how can i make my 1 dvc sub run at 2 ohms and my other 4 speakers at 4 ohms? i have a 600 watt rms 4ohm svc sub and a mono block amp capable of 2-8ohm. 2- kicker 10c104, small sealed wedge box(don't have much room behind rear seat in 07 sierra crew classic),4- kicker dsc654 (doors), 1- memphis prx1., i think i understand your question: which gives the best bass output, a single sub playing 900 watts or two playing 450 watts each? names jacob and i have (4) planet audio ac12d 4ohm dvc 12's. i have 2 dvc 2 ohm how can i wire them to a mono amp 1 ohm stable? this will allow me to by some inexpensive svc subs to run at a max 3200rms untill i can invest in some better svc or switch to dvc while not changing amps. a 2 channel bridged amp will produce exactly the same amount of power into 4 ohms than an equivalent mono amp of the same power will into 4 ohms. dont have enough electrical power in my vehicle so would it be a good idea to wire my pioneer tsw311d4 to 4 ohms instead of 2 ohms into my rockford fosgate r500x1d?, unless your amplifiers specify that they can be "strapped" together, you should never connect the outputs of two amplifiers to each other. in the end, the power of the amplifier needs to equal the power of the subwoofers. and what type of amp do i buy to make this work properly. amp which is a 750 w at 2o and 350w at 4o and original planed to power two mb quarts rwm254 10s dvc 350w rms 4o for my truck because of space i can only run one., bridging refers to adjacent amplifier channels that get combined to drive a speaker or sub with double the power of a single channel. the two pairs of coils are wired together in series and to the amp, showing it a 1. you take a single current path and arrange it among all of the components., if that amp can actually put out 1000 watts rms at 1 ohm, then you could set the subs' switches to 2 ohms and wire it all like this. why don't you give us a call so an advisor can help you make sure you have everything you need for your installation. have a 2 10" jl audio subs mounted in original box they are 4 ohm but have been wires for 2 ohm operation i also have 2 10" 4ohm kickers each in seperate boxes all 4 are svc im trying to find a way to wire all four to a mono amp at 2 ohm if u can help out i would appreciate it greatly. i do know that the gear you've picked out will work together just fine., if those subs are svc (single voice coil) 4-ohms and rated for 250 watts rms each, then you should look for an amplifier that can put out between 375 and 750 watts rms to a 2-ohm load., two dvc 2-ohm subs can only get wired together to form an 8-ohm, a one-half-ohm, or a 2-ohm load. what would be a good amp for the kickers or is the amp i have enough?-ohm load, which apparently any of those amps can handle. if you want left-right separation for your subs, two mono amps will work best., i've forwarded your questions to crutchfield's sales advisor team, and a member will get in touch with you by email to offer suggestions and help you choose the right amplifier for you and your subwoofers..i had hooked everything up and the sub kept cutting out. i could really use some help on what i should wire to this amp and what rms subs i need to get the most bang out of the this amp i have read a lot of these forums but i still seem lost on the two ohm for and how much power it gives each and which one sounds better any help is greatly appreciated thank you for your time. which wiring diagram would you recommend, the 2ohm or 8ohm? they had been previously hooked up to an older two-channel amp (not in bridged mode), which has since broken. box the amp came in rating are 1ohm at 1000 2ohms at 700 and 3ohms at 400 watts i had the switch at 2ohms it works but the bass goes in and out. i have the 2 12 inch power acoustics hooked up to the 2000 watt amp. you can wire your gear together like this, just make sure the amp gain is set very low, so no loud distortion ever plays. i assume you have the sub installed in an appropriate enclosure - subwoofers don't work very well at all without them. i also have a 12" kicker comp r in a kicker box. you for your response buck, i have two kicker comp rt 1 ohm subwoofers(500 rms each) and a hifonics 1200w @ 1 ohm stable amp., i have a rockford fosgate p3d4 dvc 4-ohm subwoofer and want to get 2 ohms, 750w, out of out of a 1000w sub, it's power levels are 1000w - 1 ohm, 750w - 2 ohm, and 475w - 4 ohms. xm-gtx 1000 2 channel and dvc punch p3 2ohm how can i wire this and not hurt my amp?, not knowing exactly what amplifier or subwoofers you have make it impossible to give advice on how to wire them together. just in your personal/professional opinion which setup would you go with (powered by a single jx1000 amp) a single ho112-w6v3 or the aforementioned cvs212rg-w6v2?'m setting up an alpine 10' x series sub that's 4 ohms with a mono alpine mrx-m110., a pioneer gm-d8601 amplifier wired like this will work well for those two kicker subs. check out the pioneer gm-d9601, if you have room for three amps in your installation. if you have the 2-om version you can wire it as a 1-ohm load like this. with about 600w rms from each sub i would need atleast 900w rms from my amp to be within the 75% amp power rating. if you want a question answered about your system, you must identify your equipment by brand names and model numbers. or what's a recommended final impedance of a 2/1 channel amp? connect a single-pair speaker wire (12- to 16-gauge will do) to the positive and negative output terminals of the amplifier, and to the positive and negative input terminals of the sub. have two 12" kenwoods svc 400 watt rms and a one 12" 1600watt (peak) lanzar max pro dvc could i hook these up to a boss audio r 3400d riot 3400-watts monoblock class d 1 channel 1 ohm stable amplifier?, the only way to know for sure how your subs are wired is to open the box and look. since each sub gets a channel, you will also look at the 1 sub section on the chart. can u tell me how to get the best sound from this amp to the speakers. (door speaker amp), and i'm looking at the rfk1d install kit for power and signal.-ohm load by shutting down in protection mode because it won't work with loads lower than 2 ohms., we don't have any diagrams for dvc 1-ohm subs, but i'll show you two diagrams that may help. have a pioneer gm-a6604 4 channel amplifier, 5-1/4 2 way pioneer ts-d1320c component speakers on front doors and 6x9 pioneer ts-d6902r speakers in the rear. for example, the distinction between a monoblock amplifier and a 2-channel amplifier, as well as the difference of a single voice coil subwoofer versus a dual voice coil subwoofer. i get 2 15 inch dvc 2ohm subs rated at 600 to 900w rms and connect it to an amp giving 900rms x2 @2ohms that should be enough to power the subs to their full potential right? if you meant running your three subs with three separate amps, then yes, that's a good and economical solution, over a single high-priced 3000 or 4000 watts rms amp. not knowing exactly what amplifier or subwoofers you have make it impossible to give advice on how to wire them together. lanzar makes 12-inch 4-ohm subwoofers in two types: dvc and svc. i will be using he diagram for a mono amp with two dvc 4 ohm subs, wired to a final two ohm load. i'm calvin i have two rockford p2's an a ssl 5000 will this set up work fine. ohms when wired at 2 ohms ,so i want to get a duel 2 ohm sub that is 450 watts , wire it at 1 ohm and run them together at 2. can i wire these both without having to dump a bunch of money out for another amp?, i am new to wiring subs and would appreciate your expertise. what type of amp should i use, and how should i wire them? your mono, 1-channel amp has 2 sets of speaker output terminals, wired together inside the amp, for convenience, and if you hook a sub to each terminal it would result in the two subs being wired in parallel, cutting the total impedance in half. or you could find a local audio dealership that'll do your installation for a fee. an amplifier that can put out 2300 watts rms at 2 ohms can usually get used to safely power a 1200 watts rms rated sub as long as the gain is set low enough so no distortion ever plays. or if either of those amps could even power those subs? being there are two set to connect at the amp yet it's mono i presume that is just for convenience., you wire two dvc 4-ohm subs to an amp that can handle a 1-ohm load like this., curious i have a 2 channel power amplifier that can power down to 2 ohms at 2,000 watts. it sounds like you should wire your system together like this. if i can find a nice amp to power both subs then i will be satisfied., speakers and subwoofers for home use are not made to withstand the rigors of constant vibration, high input volume, large temperature changes, moisture, and dirt that speakers designed for mobile use are. given the information above, which type of amp do you recommend and why?, most 2-channel amps are not stable when bridged into 2 ohms, so you may have an issue. you took the same amplifier and bridged the channels together, once bridged they stay at 4 ohms., is the age of an amp something to be worried about?, most 2-channel amps can't drive loads lower than 4 ohms when bridged, and don't have enough power to drive 2 subs. to wire two dual 4 ohm subwoofers to a 1 ohm final impedance | car audio 101. the amp is a kenwood kac-9106d and the sub is an alpine swr-12d. there i found what the amplifier can output per channel at 4 ohms, at 2 ohms, and when bridged to one channel at 4 ohms. i have a 1000rms 4ohm dvc sub wired to a mono amp. if you want accurate answers to your questions, you must identify your gear. would you let me know if this is a good idea ? have you found yourself wondering, “well the subwoofer is 2 ohms, so i should probably get an amplifier at 2 ohms? to connect a mono amp 500 rms @ 4 ohms x 1, to one dual 4 ohms voice coil sub. have not purchased anything yet, but im looking at getting 2 sundown audio ev2 12 inch 500w dvc 2 ohm subs as well as a kenwood kac-9106d 1000w @ 2 ohms amp., i just bought 2 rockford fosgate p2d4-12 and a rockford fosgate r1200-1d amp. if you want a wiring question answered about your system, you must identify your subwoofer better., you can't: four dvc 4-ohm subwoofers can only get wired together to form either a 2-ohm load, a ½-ohm load, or a 32-ohm load., you wire two dvc 4-ohm subs to a 2-channel amp like this. amp which puts out 300 rms at 4 ohm and 600 rms at 2 ohm. occasionally, your car amplifier could overheat or catch fire if it does not have safety features programmed into it., for that sub, look for an amp that can put out from 600 to 1200 watts rms at 2 ohms. i know that 2 channel bridged amp will produce more power into 4 ohms than an equivalent mono amp of the same power into 4 ohms. without knowing exactly what coil configuration or impedance your sub has, i can't give advice on wiring it up. can't you take a dvc 4ohm sub and wire it where you run a split wire from both the positive and negative to each of the 4 terminals for a 4 ohm load ?