Originally Posted by ambesolman
any reason not to just get the 6000dsp instead of two 3000s
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the Inuke 6000dsp isn't rated to handle 2 2ohm loads, and with 2 drivers, the 3000 dsp would be fine, and you can eq each channel separately. If you really wanted to (knew you were going to) upgrade to 4 drivers, the 6000dsp would be fine, for 2 DO subs, one per channel, as long as you wire them correctly to show a 4 ohm load... sorry if too 'technical'... basically,
each driver, in a dual voice coil set-up, has to be connected, so if each coil is 4 ohms, they can be connected together to present either a 2 ohm load or an 8 ohm load. ( hint: here 2 is better). With a dual 2 ohm load, one driver will basically be either a 1 ohm load (not ideal), or a 4 ohm load. From here it gets trickier... because you want 2 drivers in one box...
So, with 2 d4... dual 4 ohm drivers... each one has to be wired (both coils together) as a 2 or an 8 omn load, and then, depending on how you wired each driver, each PAIR of drivers will have to be wired together, which could be a 1, 4, or 16 ohm load. That is the signal the amp would see...the 4 looks the most useful here.
With 2 d2, each wired as 1, or 4 ohms, then with 2 in one box... you could do .5 (not gonna happen), 2, or 8 ohms. here is where the 2 shines.... basically because the .5,1,8 and 16 don't work well... you can present each amplification channel with either a 2 ohm load or a 4 ohm load.
Already more technical than I wanted... but here is where you have to decide how many channels you want, running how many watts each... Are you really going to be happy with just one sub? (purely rhetoric... we know the answer, but you have to get there yourself).
BTW, you're not going to fit 8 cu ft in an endtable design, without it being one honking huge endtable. IMO, and YMMV, of course.