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Bridging my 4 ohm 2channel amp

Old 07-16-2014, 08:58 PM
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Bridging my 4 ohm 2channel amp


I'm currently running a Pioneer Premier PRS-D2200T

(see PRS-D2200T - PRS-Series 2-Channel Full-Range Class FD Amplifier with ICEpower Technology | Pioneer of Canada - English )

and I've blown up one of my two RF 10's so I'm looking at upgrading to some new subs. The above mentioned amp is "Bridgeable two-channel amplifier" - 150W rms x 2, or 600W rms x 1, 4 ohm

So to maximize my output I am going to go for two 10s bridged to mono. Does this mean I should be getting 2ohm subs because my amp is 4 ohm?

For the record, I think I'm going with these subs...

JL Audio 10W3v3-2 10" 2-ohm Component Subwoofer at

Thanks in advance for any replies
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Old 07-17-2014, 12:10 PM

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you are correct. A pair of 2 ohm subs will be best for you wired in series to 4 ohms.
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