How bad is it to run different types of drivers off of one channel? - AVS | Home Theater Discussions And Reviews
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Old 01-01-2013, 07:46 PM - Thread Starter
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I have 3 cabinets with 2xMFW-15 drivers in them, then i have one cabinet with a 15" titanic

I have an ashly klr4000 and an inuke nu3000

Ideally i want to sell the nu3000 since its new in box, and was wondering how you guys would wire my subs up if i was just using the ashly klr4000?

3 of my dual opposed MFW-15 cabinets one channel? 15" titanic on the other?

2 dual opposed one channel, 15"+ dual opposed on the other?

titanic is 4ohm, each MFW-15 is 4 ohm.
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Old 01-02-2013, 10:52 AM
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You didn't mention how the DO cabs are wired.

You could series wire the mfw dual opposed cabs to present an 8 ohm load / cab to the amp. Then you could put 3 mfw cabs in parallel on one channel and the titanic on the other channel. You would then have to adjust the gain lower for the titanic's channel. Maybe -4 to -6db.
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