mmcroberts
american bass vfl series 175.1
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Loudcav
what about it?
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David Lawrence
I nominate this as the vaguest topic ever.
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Gavin
Let's try this again. what do you want to know about AB?
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MrCrowley
hahahaha
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mmcroberts
im an american bass kind of guy, im lookin for an american bass vfl series 500.1
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Gavin
oh this is going to be funny! AND SHORT!
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mmcroberts
i do however have a question, im tryin to wire my 2 american bass hd d1 to 1 ohm into da amp
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mmcroberts
i have 2 hd d1 they are 2x1 ohm each, and my amp is 1 ohm stable, right now the way i have the subs wired are at 2 ohms
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mmcroberts
ive posted on a couple other forums but never get an answer on how to wire them into 1 ohm
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dB Drag Feldjaeger
First, you dont need to write for every sentence a new reply...
You can write it in one (1) post.. Than you have to wait for answers...

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Gavin
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Originally posted by mmcroberts:
ive posted on a couple other forums but never get an answer on how to wire them into 1 ohm
lol, I can see why!

http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rftech/woofer_wizard.asp

check this link and maybe you will get your answer. Research is the key to knowledge in this game.
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mmcroberts
thanks i got that link. i just about have the idea tryin to research a schemaatic now, wat the complicated part about it is, that they have to go from one sub to the other before going to the amp, and it requires positive from one voice coil to the negative on another voice coil on the other sub, so on and so forth then thats wen i nlose it how to properly get it to the amp
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Gavin
Well, follow the wiring diagram and after you finish, use your DMM, switch it to omega sign and touch the woofer wires to the DMM, it should tell you what your imp. is, what ever that number is, that is what your amp sees.
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JordyO
Here's what you do....

The HD's have wires already connected to them instead of binding posts so you need to connect it this way.

Sub 1 - connect both positives together and both negatives together.

Sub 2 - Same thing, both positives together, both negatives together.


Now you basically have 1 positive group and 1 negative group for each sub.

Connect the POSITIVE from sub #1 to the NEGATIVE of sub #2.

This will leave you with 2 groups of wire that aren't connected to each other.

Take the NEGATIVE from sub #1 and the POSITIVE of sub #2 and connect these groups to the amp.

You now have a 1 Ohm load
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