Basically, the signal is going thru both coils by way of that wire. You do have the positve to one coil, and the negative to the other coil, right? Then another wire to the two remaining terminals between the coils?
I was just trying to make sure he didn't have one coil from each sub connected to the amp, then a wire across the other coil, because of what he said.whitelightning2 said:he's running the coils in each sub in series which would be 8 ohms per sub, then the 2 subs are in parallel with each other which is 4 ohms total load on the amp.
each sub has 2-4 ohm coils. he's running each set of coils in series, resistance adds up in series so each sub is at 8 ohms. then he's got the subs in parallel w/eachother which since resistance splits in half in parallel (as long as there is equal loads) he's running 4 ohms. :wink:1ecotec2beat said:you have the amp ohms down to low. you have two 4 ohm speakers parallel in the box that makes it 2 ohms at the amp. then you bridge the amp and that makes it 1 ohm. well the amp is only 4ohm stable. so there is your problem. either un bridge over thing or get 8 ohm speakers or get a amp that is one ohm stable
yah, i had to look at it a few times. It's been a while since i've wired one up. I haven't messed with my system in about 2 years.ridgerunner said:I was just trying to make sure he didn't have one coil from each sub connected to the amp, then a wire across the other coil, because of what he said.