I know it makes no difference but may simplify the answer. My question is, why does it have to go into one speaker? The head unit has 2 sets of highoutput cables coming out, one for the front and another for the rear. In my experience these devices are best used when switching independently between amps or simply running both at once. You could use a 4 zone speaker selector switch which uses a series resistor — this would work fine as far as impedance is concerned. Should I buy another power wire to run the 800w amp or just run both them off the one? For a detailed and practical outline of how to connect four or more pairs of speakers to a HiFi amplifier, see this.
Many guys plug their axe into one amp input then plug another guitar cable into the second input and the other end into the imput of the second amp. Due to the fact that your power cable needs to handle the current draw from all of your amps at once, it needs to be significantly larger in gauge than called for by the specs of your individual amps. The short answer is that you can use any number or combination of in a car audio setup as long as you wire them in properly. In terms of amp wiring, that means getting your power straight from the battery. It usually doesn't mean that's the source impedance. You can wire two amplifiers, or even multiple amps, in one car audio system, but it takes some extra planning.
Could anyone shed some light on the best way to do this with a view to helping me avoid blowing the amps or myself up? I have an old Onkyo 4500 with capability of running 2 sets of speakers A, B, or A+B. That 8 ohms in parallel with the 8 ohm speakers on channel A, will give total load impedance of 4 ohms, which the amp is designed for. Therefore the equivalent circuit would be similar, but with a different impedance, therefore a different current as shown here: The power output of the amplifier is also reduced: In practice, because the speaker impedance is increased, the load is decreased and the amplifier is capable of outputting around 23 volts which gives a maximum power output of 70 watt 8 ohms. Also, curently I have a 8 gauge wiring kit for the 300w amp. Please note, speaker selector switches are designed for multi-room installs in a home or small low power installs like an office or cafe.
You can either ground the amps seperately, or use another distribution block to ground them via 1 short, large wire. In practice, many speakers are made to have an impedance of 8 ohms. Buy a Y-cable with ¼-inch male end and two ¼-inch female ends. I want to know if I can wire these channels separately to two speakers? Best regards Ben I know I ought to know what I want and would if it were a motorcycle, but there seems so many offerings. Someone from this forum stated the sound quality of the head speaker outputs are worse than the rca output on the head. I'd like to ask what is the best way to wire the items listed below in order to have the same music play through all 6 speakers using only one input source.
A wye-connector used to split a signal into two lines is being used properly; a wye-connector used to mix two signals into one is being abused and may even damage the equipment involved. If you need to wire more than four pairs of speakers, particularly in a commercial installation, see the article on. The fender has got a clean reverb sound, and the orange puts out a crunch. Similar to the motor bike illustration: it may cope with 3 or 4 passengers while going slowly on a flat road, but it will struggle when asked to work harder like go up a hill or go faster. That depends on how loud you need it to be. If you were to use five heads, however the total input impedance your guitar would see would be very low, so a buffer would be recommended before your mammoth wall of sound.
In fact, it would be a good idea to do this regardless as this would look after the impedance of the speakers for you. It even has a foot switch for the effects with two buttons on it, one for each channel. A 4 zone switch will allow up to 4 pairs of speakers to be connected to the one amplifier. Your website is extremely useful, but still have a question. The Crown amp looks like it's rated for 4-Ohm's minimum. But before that, I need to know if the 6 ceiling speakers are all in the one room, or in different rooms.
How do you base whether you need a. My friend uses this set up, with a fender valve, and an orange. Hi Lawrence, Like most guitar amplifiers, this unit is only a mono amp. Or are you trying to get one guitar signal that has gone through 5 heads? For instance, if 8 gauge cable is sufficient for your amps, you may want to use 4 gauge cable for your run to the battery. If you go over you risk the chance of blowing up your woofers. Specifically, I use a Gallien 700rb, 1 15'' speaker cab, and 1 4x10 speaker cab, and I was thinking about adding another 700rb into the mix, perhaps one amp per one cabinet. In other more technical amplifiers they will automatically turn off until you turn it back on with a load that is under its maximum safe load.
Ezekiel James began as a music writer in 2003. In such a case, an amp's power supply can roast. You would know when you bought the amp. Probably the best would be a 5. Thankfully, by running two smaller, portable inverter generators in parallel, you can start and run your air conditioner with ease without additional help. In that case, you just add the Ohm's together.