Originally Posted by Audiophile34 /forum/post/20808992
Is it possible to wire 2 speakers, both with 2 2ohm voice coils each, to represent a 4ohm load?
it seems to me that you could just wire one coil per woofer, and hook them in series, but is that ok to do?
What other options are there?
Originally Posted by gooki /forum/post/20809598
Yes you can do that. Ts parameter changes should be slight, not dramatic.
Originally Posted by Audiophile34 /forum/post/20811622
Would this be better than only wiring one coil?
The drivers in question are the dual voice coil 2ohm ed 18 inch..
Series : O-Series v.2
Model : 19Ov.2 Subwoofer
Avaliable Voice Coils : D2
Enclosure Size : Sealed 2.5 - 3.0 cF
Vented 3.5 - 3.5 cF
IB Capable - Yes
Rec. Power Application : 600 / 1100WRms
Qts:.369 - Vas:228L - SPL:90.5dB - Xmax:22.0mm
what do you think about that?
Originally Posted by Audiophile34 /forum/post/20812949
I am looking for drivers that I can use in dual opposed setup, that will in the end allow me to use my ep4000 a little more efficiently...right now with the mfw's limited current handling capabilities, I have to run in 8ohm so I don't melt them...
I cannot help but feel that if I could find new drivers, that could handle the current, that I would gain more headroom for those peaks.
I am happy with the output that I have, I just don't like having to drive the amp to clip to get said output..
Originally Posted by Audiophile34 /forum/post/20813965
how do you like the f20? Does the cabinet vibrate like crazy when being pushed? The only easy I can see me getting an f20 into the room would be if I could make one side a bookcase or something .. other than that, I don't see the WAF being to high...