To do this, you'll need your subwoofer, an amplifier, at least one set of RCA cables these are the red, white, and yellow jacks on a single cable , speakers , and speaker wires.
First, you'll want to think about where you'll keep the subwoofer. Because the subwoofer is working mostly on the bass the low tones , it doesn't require as much directional pushing as speakers do.
How to Wire 2 Subwoofers on a Mono Amplifier
Since you'll have to run cables and wires between the subwoofer and other devices, you might want to keep it just a few feet from your screen. To get started with the actual hook-up, you'll connect the subwoofer to the amplifier using the RCA cable.
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If you want a stereo hook-up, you'll need two sets of RCA cables. Connect the subwoofer output to the amplifier input. The jack on the amplifier may even be labeled "subwoofer output," just to make things easy for you. Make sure both the subwoofer and the amplifier are turned off and disconnected from the power source. Do you know if the amps are strappable?
If so, then it would be best to strap them together and wire all 4 subs up that way. If you plan on running one amp per 2 subs, then you would wire each amp up using this diagram: Or for more power if your amp is 0. How would I connect these 2 DVC subs to 1 amp not brigded?
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Sorry to take so long to get back to you. Have you found your answer yet? Does it say it is not bridgeable?
It is possible to wire them out of phase, but if you follow the diagram above they will be in phase. For this setup to work properly, you would need to make sure each sub is the exact same. Wiring up just one voice coil of a dual 4 ohm sub is not recommended and could possibly damage the sub. I would try to find a third sub is the same as the other 2 4 ohm SVC subs. Also, make sure the box volume is the same for each sub.
No because each DVC 2 ohm sub can be wired to 1 parallel or 4 ohms series.
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So 2 1 ohm loads can be wired to 0. So your choices are either 0.
Most monoblock amps are usually 2 ohm stable. Some mono amps can handle a 1 ohm load, but very are 0. So in your case, you could run these 2 subs together at 4 ohms but since you would have to use only one voice coil on each sub, it will cut the power handling in half. For this situation, I still recommend wiring to a final 2 ohm load as long as your amp is stable at 2 ohms. Can you wire one 4ohm svc to one 4ohm dvc on an amp?
How do you connect a subwoofer to an amplifier?
And if so would it be best to run them both at 2ohms parallel????? Or in a series for 8ohms to get the most out of my watt amp. Sorry, I just saw your comment.
The dvc 4 ohm sub can either be wired to 2 ohms or 8 ohms, so if you wire that together with a 4 ohm svc sub, one will be getting more power than the other. You could also just use one could of the 4 ohm dvc sub to get a final 2 or 8 ohm load, but it will cut your power handling in half. Can I wire 1 4ohm svc sub in one box and 1 4ohm dvc in a separate box from one amp?
If so how would you suggest wiring? The wiring will send more power to one sub. You could use just one coil of the dvc sub and wire the 2 together to either 2 or 8 ohms but since you would only be using one coil, it will cut the power handling in half.
If they are svc 4 ohm subs, then yes. Wire them parallel and it will give you 2 ohms. If they are dvc 4 ohm subs, I would recommend wiring to 4 ohms. Unfortunately the only way to wire that sub to 2 ohm would to be only hook up one voice coil which cuts the power handling in half. I would wire it in series to 4 ohms total.