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One makes 1,000 Watts into 2 Ohms.

One makes 1,000 Watts into .5 Ohms.

You have four DVC 4 Ohm woofers.

Which amp will play louder with these woofers? Why?

Guess #1: The one that you can wire to .5 because of rise. You will get more output across the frequency spectrum. As different frequencies are played the enclosure (well, most, right Kyle?..... too early? :drinks: ) the impedance will change with the dynamics of music. If you are starting lower, it takes longer to climb.

Guess#2: Is the amp that makes 1k @ 2 ohms stable at .5? If so, that one, wired to .5

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One makes 1,000 Watts into 2 Ohms.

One makes 1,000 Watts into .5 Ohms.

You have four DVC 4 Ohm woofers.

Which amp will play louder with these woofers? Why?

The one that you can wire to .5 because of rise. You will get more output across the frequency spectrum.

:unknw:

that makes no sense to me.... :unknw:

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This has nothing to do with below rated, the question was which would be louder with amp A or amp B.

Since amp B is maxed out @.5ohm, thats it.

Amp A still can be wired down to .5 ohm which increases the power to the subs.

no......

your missing the point..

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