Of course, other issues audio wires create similar sound problems, but incorrect speaker phase is one of the most common mistakes made when setting up a stereo system. If your receiver or amplifier can handle 3 ohms per channel load most home stereos cannot then you can wire them in parallel. Any idea how to wire the 40hm speakers and does there need to be a negative wire connected to the crossover?
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Basically, just use speakers with the correct impedance rating. For example, if you have 16 ohm speakers and the stereo is rated for 8ohms, adding a 2nd pair in parallel would give 8 ohms. Great article Marty. I have a question for you. My Harley has a factory radio with 4 — 2ohm front and rear speakers. I am looking to add two more front lower fairing speakers. That way my stereo would see 2 ohm resistance for the front and back speakers… any advice would be greatly appreciated….
PS — I am ultimately looking for better sound not necessarily louder…. That depends on one thing, though: Whether or not each original speaker right now has its own channel. My advice would be to try it and see how you like it and if the volume is enough. Any connector in the back panel of my DJ Blu,only two red wires are visible in the back,how can I connect the energy to the system? That depends on what kind of product you have also.
Hi Marty. Glad I stumbled upon this informative article. I have a Monoprice 60w subwoofer box. Unfortunately my foster dog chewed the subwoofer speaker apart. I ordered a new speaker but here is the problem: the original speaker had two terminals but the new speaker has just one. Why do some speakers have one terminal and others have multiple terminals? Can I attach both sets of wires from inside the box to the one speaker terminal? Hi Darrin. I assume you mean that the original had four terminals two pair and that the replacement has one pair.
Well, you need to know the impedance Ohms rating of one of the voice coils on the original subwoofer, which you can find by measuring it with a test meter set to the Ohms scale. As long as your new subwoofer is the same or higher Ohms rating, you can connect it to one set of wires in the subwoofer box. You may notice some different performance depending on what kind of subwoofer you bought and how it performs in that particular sized enclosure.
Hi Matt. I bought a set of Klipsch RF towers. They have 4 speaker terminals on each speaker. I am not running an amp and have a Denon 7. Should I bi- wire these or no? I am running 2 klipsch reference 12 inch subwoofers as well. I honestly want to get all i can out of them.
But I personally dont think bi wiring them will make any difference, but i could be wrong. I plan on setting the crossover around 80hz and see what happens. Any advice is welcome. Hi Ronnie. The standard setup should sound just fine.
Hey Marty…… Brother I have a serious question for you and I pray you will reply sometime before I get off work today….. But it only runs my 2 subs and 2 6x9s in the rear of the car….. I just got a 2 channel amplifier for the door speakers and the dash tweeters…. But I have no more rca outs on the back of the head unit… Since the 4 rca outs are currently running the rear only…. Can I use the speaker wire from the head unit or from the wiring harness of the vehicle and wire it to the high end of the new amp for the doors and dash….
YES, if the 2-channel amp you bought has high-level speaker-level inputs you can run the speaker wiring signal to the 2 ch. RCA line-level connections are preferred, but this should be fine also. Or if the 4 ch. You can use a much smaller gauge for speaker-level inputs if you like. My question is what would the most effective way to hook this up. I greatly appreciate any advise given. I would say it partly depends on the setup you want to use.
For example, are the extra speakers going to be used in the front or rear? In your case I would run the 6. You should be able to do that with your amp without any problems. The rear speakers will share the available power on the rear channels, by the way. Thanks Marty! The hu has a mono sub output but I am going to be installing an equalizer which has a stereo output for the subs. I will try to run the 2 ohm load at a sub. Since the rms is it should be enough to not damage the subs.
Otherwise I will just throw the prime back in. Have yourself a great day! I have not purchased the amplifier yet. Will this work well? I noted the amp is 4channel, but since speakers are w and the amp is w then i am assuming it will work, please advise. Also help on how to do the connection to achieve full capacity. The Pyle amps like the one you mentioned use misleading power specs. Hey Marty! Thanks for the article. I am currently building a system… actually been working on this project for quite some time now.
On this amp I am running a pair of Phoenix Gold 6. Next I have RFprime This amp has 4 speaker terminals 1 ohm stable. So I have each individual sub paralleled in the box and each one ran to its own set of terminals for a final impedance of 1ohm. So w to each. My wife for my birthday picked me up an external equalizer and I went and bought a Phoenix Gold sx Before I install the new amp and the eq. I would like to get an opinion from a professional. The 2 components and 2 subs are the only speakers I have and all I really want.
The amp bridged over 2 ch. Is w at 4ohm. First I am under the impression that I could run 4ohm on the front and 2 ohm on the rear without that being and issue. Should I cut down to just running the one 4 channel amp? In your opinion how should run the subs? What I think is that I could leave the subs paralleled and run them to their own individual channels for a 2ohm final load with w per sub.
Is that possible? Is this enough power? And would I want the subs in stereo? Bridged on 2ch. If you think the latter is an option. How would you recommend wiring the subs for that 4ohm final? So yes, in this case I would run one sub, wired to be a 2 ohm load, on each of the rear channels. My initial thought is yes it would be enough, but what works for one person may not work for another. Sounds great, Anthony! Thank you for a very informative and well written article. One question I do have is that the Dittons are rated at ohms.
I would really welcome your advice…. Marty — thank you so much for the reply. There are two bookshelf speakers and two passive bass modules not really subs. These are to be hooked in parallel with a small speaker and a bass speaker for each side. The bass speakers only have two binding posts one pos. I no longer have the connection instructions. Not sure how to proceed. Hi Rob. Ohms rating for the amp, and 3 the impedance Ohms of the passive bass modules. What is your thought on using bass blockers.
When using a four channel amp on a eight speaker seat up. Trying to get more mid and high range. Hi Eldred. They do work, though. I have two Bose model speakers. Each has two wires per speaker. One positive and one negative. My receiver only has one plug in for the right speaker and one for the left.
How would you connect these to the receiver? Do you join the positive and negative together and plug them into the receiver? Hi Richard it sounds like you might have a receiver with RCA style jack speaker connectors instead of speaker terminals. I have two 6ohm speakers wharfedale 9. Please help? Hi there Nick. You can connect single-cone and some other speakers in series without a problem, but not in this case.
If your receiver or amplifier can handle 3 ohms per channel load most home stereos cannot then you can wire them in parallel.
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