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WHATS THE BEST WAY TO WIRE?
Okay so I hate to seem like a jerk but I'm not actually going to answer your question for a couple of reasons.
Now with that said I would strongly urge you to not do this. Now if you wanted to get a 2 ohm SVC sub you could wire the two subs to 1 ohm which is not recommended with that amp because you'll fry it. Now have you bought all of these components yet or is this a purchase your planning on making soon? If you haven't bought anything yet I could suggest a better set up.
Oh and I almost forgot. Either of those subs would do fine with that amp by themselves. But putting them together would result in under-powering them dramatically.
Oh and another thing, don't link to competitors sites. You can link to CF or a manufactures site but not competitors (especially the hedgehog, no one likes the hedgehog ).
GMC Sonoma, JVC KD-A95BT, 2 Pioneer TS-D601P in doors, 2 Pioneer TS-G4644R in dash, 2 JL W3v2-D2 10 inch subs, Lightning Audio B4.250.2, Soundstream TX1.1300D
This would be ill advised and for multiple reasons.
Now the one I'm going to focus on is that you can wire them for a 1.33 ohm final load (all voice coils wire in parallel), which won't work with your amp, or a 12 ohm final load (all voice coils wired in series), in which case you'd be feeding next to no power to each voice coil and would be extremely disappointed in the output.
The are more reasons not to do it (Teddy covered some), but that one I listed tells you it's just not feasible.
If you don't mind, remove the Hyperlink on the amp in your first post. If you don't a Mod will have to do it and it's just more work for them, they already have enough to deal with... usually.
already have the 10" type e. was just curious if i could hook it up also. newbie so sorry if it sounds dumb. sorry bout tha link also. 1st post
Your fine and your post wasn't dumb you truly didn't know that there could be a problem. You would be surprised at some of the thing people will ask on these forums. If yours classified as dumb I don't believe others could even have a classification LMAO.
WILL THIS BOX DO?
With said amp and sub?
The 12" alpine that is
Should work fine. I would rather see 35 hz tuning for that sub, but it will do fine at 40 hz.
The amp is kinda stout for that sub, but you can set the gain with a DMM and keep it tamed down to around 350 watts.
You need a 35 hz subsonic or highpass filter for that box tuning. You can google F-Mods or Harrison Labs and find them.
His Type-R 12" is rated for 600RMS.
Anyways, the amp you have, as stated doesn't have a proper subsonif filter for that setup. You can buy one of these or even one of these should work.
Since the sub can handle more power than the amp is rated to produce, set the gain for 500RMS. Use this method for setting the gain via a DMM (digital multi-meter) and set the output for 31.62 VAC.
I agree with the others, but it CAN be done and could work - it's a horrible idea, but ...
Can't be done, but could be done with something like an 8-ohm SVC JL and the SWE-1043.
2002 Ford Focus JVC KD-A815 Sony CDX-GT410u Sony XT-100HD HD Tuner Stock speakers, no amp, no subs
Weigel21His Type-R 12" is rated for 600RMS
OOOPS ... My Bad. I was looking at the type S.
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