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HOW SHOULD I HOOK THIS UP

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by FUN TIME DJ, Mar 25, 2013.


  1. FUN TIME DJ

    FUN TIME DJ

    Mar 25, 2013
    AMP1 is a TECHNICAL PRO 3100
    AMP2 is a PYLE PRO 2100 JUNK ..LOL

    AMP1 = 450W @ 4 OHMS -- 305 W @ 8 OHMS

    SPEAKERS A+B = 250W RMS 500W PEAK 8 OHMS EACH
    older JBL 12" 3 Way speakers

    WOOFERS C+D =
    15"
    Impedance: 8ohm
    Power Handling:350W RMS, 700W peak
    Frequency Response: 20Hz~500Hz
    SPL: 91dB



    should i hook them up A+C (LEFT) --- B+D (RIGHT) would that amp handle all the speakers. i understand the impedence would drop to 4 ohms per side but i dont understand about the wattage loss across speakers.would all 4 speakers get the same 450watts. or would they share it and get 225watts each

    ALL I FIND ONLINE IS IMPEDENCE RELATED QUESTIONS..

    if they share the power should i ad the other amp for the subwoofers?

    or individually bridge the amps and run one leftset and one right set?

    ANY SUGGESTIONS WOULD HELP.. THANKS
     
  2. Didnt even read the whole thing.

    Please specify which speakers, subs, amps, and cross overs you may be using.

    Also, the standard capitalization will suffice. :)
     
  3. Yeah, and one thread is enough.
     

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