Can you hook up 2 amps to 1 sub
Add Thread to del. You want the exact same signal.
Only down side I see right now is I will now need another amp to power my front stage as I was going to use one of the amps I have now for that. So output and SQ are independent of each other?
I am just attacking the logic that there is no difference if the amps are not gain matched. However, it wouldn't be best for sound quality to have two different signals. Um, I dont think so. That said, I can guarantee you that if you are looking for louder bass there is better ways to do it than doing something as dumb as wiring two amps to one sub.
What about this amp?
A secretly dating coworker translates an electrical input into mechanical motion which creates a sound wave. I agree that it would not hurt the sub.
This is a great way to go into debt As you learn from your mistakes And like Dustin said, lol, it is pretty much just a stupid idea Theoretically I think there must be a difference, but I am not sure how that would relate to the audible performance of the woofer. Originally Posted by 89grand if that were the case, using only one coil would give you only half the output in regards to the input power you gave it.
Options Quote message in reply? I've been wrong before Are we agreeing on that? I think your logic is faulty.
IMO I think there is some loss of power when you go to multiple channels. Its the right size to go under the seat and has more power then I need but is way more then I can spend.
Pretty close is good enough.
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