Originally Posted by lemonslush
No router but I can get one.
Could I run a 4 ohm sub briged on 2 channels? To get the full power out of the 3000? I could out two speaker connectors and wire up each to the speaker. Wouldn't that be giving it a 4 ohm load at each channel?
Man why can't the SI just be available
Yes, you can run a single sub @ 4 ohms bridged for the 3000. Do you plan on getting a 2nd sub in the future?
If you are only hooking up one speaker, than you only need one connector for the box and one cable. If you get a 2nd sub, and want to run those bridged together, then the wiring will get a little more complicated.
The SI is just a few weeks away - if you are really concerned about it, or are leaning towards the SI, just wait for it and you'll be happy. I understand the excitement and "rush" to get it done and fired up, but think about how long you will be enjoying this sub, Will you always look back wishing you did something different?
On the other hand, what is your concern with the Dayton? Just that you won't be getting enough power to it? If so, get the inuke 6000 for $100 more and then your concerns are laid to rest.
Edit: If you are set on getting the Dayton, and concerned about playing it loud, here is what I would do
1 sub = 3000 bridge mode
2 sub = 6000 each sub with it's own channel