1.800.555.8260 We're here to help
As a registered member, you’ll be able to:
actually with those subs and that particular amp this would be the best setup. Each sub gets 500 watts rms which what they are rated for. Be easy on the gain and dont turn up the headunit all the way an youll be fine. They should fit since each sub only needs less than a cubic foot of room for sealed boxes
The Lanzar MXA-282
(Pg 4) is actually 450W RMSx2@2-ohms, so the proper set-up would be to use two of your subs, and bridge them to the amp at 4-ohms, and each sub will get about 450W RMS, which is about right. (I am assuming the amp puts out about the sum of it RMS@2-ohms wattage when bridged at 4-ohms - that is typical, but Lanzar does not publish that spec).
If you wanted to use all four subs, the diagram chicopendejo posted is correct, but the amp is only 300Wx2@4-ohms, so each sub would get 150W and they are rated for 500W, so that would be 30% of RMS and CF recommends at least 70%. I don't expect it to work very well.Also, I think you have your main amps backwards - the OPTI64 (not quite what you posted) are 200W RMS (according to Lanzar) and should work well with the STA208, which is 170Wx2 RMS. And the TS-A934P's are 80W RMS and should work well with the F2.200 (not quite what you posted), which is 50Wx2 RMS.
Hope This Helps!!!
2002 Ford Focus JVC KD-A815 Sony CDX-GT410u Sony XT-100HD HD Tuner Stock
speakers, no amp, no subs
Because my name is on the business, I work hard to make sure you get the best possible shopping experience. I look forward to hearing your comments .
- Bill Crutchfield Founder and CEO
Browse our latest Discovery Book catalog online
Send me a FREE Discovery Book catalog by mail
Email me exclusive offers, deals and expert reviews
Copyright ©1996-2012, Crutchfield New Media, LLC All rights reserved. Crutchfield is a trademark of Crutchfield New Media, LLC.