casperskafs
I'm wondering how people hook their subs up at different ohms with just one sub. Like say I have a sundown SAZ 3000 and a 4 ohm SVC sub. Is it possible to hook that up at lower ohms like 1 ohm with just that one sub? Any info is appreciated.

THANKS
Jeremy
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Mr Wiggles
if u only have 1 dual 4 ohm sub u can either do 8 ohm or 2 ohm. to get 1 ohm u will need 2 dual 4 ohm subs wired in parallel.

http://www.the12volt.com/caraudio/woofer_configurations.asp?Q=1&I=42#results

http://www.the12volt.com/caraudio/woofer_configurations.asp?Q=2&I=42#results
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casperskafs
I knew that and actually my sub is a SVC. I actually goto rockford wiring wizard but I like the12volt site also. It just seems like some times I've seen people say there runnin at 1 ohm with a sub like I got (4 ohm SVC sub). I don't know maybe i'm reading thing wrong.
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HCCAfan
with only one svc, you are limited to that load. granted its nominal only due to impediance rise from music, but thats the only configuration you will get with a svc.
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Mr Wiggles
u would either need 2 dual 4 ohm subs or 4 single 4 ohm subs to get 1 ohm.
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mfivespeed
or 2 duel 1 ohm subs
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casperskafs
Thanks for all the info
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