Originally Posted by chalugadp
A question about wiring the uxl. Currently I have a inuke 3000 dsp powering my martysub si d4 in bridge mode and the wiring on the sub is this going into channel A output of inuke.
This gets me 1100 watts. The uxl is a 4 ohm sub. How will I wire up both subs to get 1100 watts for both on the inuke ? Eventually I may add another amp to power the uxl more but not right now
The inuke 3000 shows 1500 watts into a 8ohm bridged load, which is what you have there. No?
You have the D-4 which is dual 4 ohm coils. That gives you the option of a 2 ohm load or a 8 ohm load for the SI. Now...... I'm pretty sure you can't mix different brand drivers when wiring things up in series or parallel, but even if you can you're still kind of at loss as the optimal wiring would put you below the 4ohm / 3000 watt bridged output.
Someone correct if I'm wrong about wiring two different brands/ohm load of coils together. If I am, then you can investigate further how the inuke will handle a bridged load below four ohms but above two. The highest you could get, I think, is a 2.67 ohm load by wiring the SI for 8 ohms and the then running parallel into the 4ohm UXL.
Might be better off to pick up a 1000 watter or similar for the SI.
Even selling the SI and grabbing a second UXL would not be optimal with that amp.