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6 channel amp, 4 ohm dvc sub


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waveshredder 
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Posted: April 08, 2008 at 3:04 PM / IP Logged  
Hello all  again! I know there has been many posts about this, but I'm just a little confused (sorry). I have a Pyle PLAD-618 amp, 6 channels. I have the 4 speakers in the car hooked up to the first 4 channels (normal setup). I have a Pioneer TS-W307D4 subwoofer, DVC, 4 ohm. How should I hook up the sub with the remaining 2 channels? Bridge channels 5 & 6 and wire it up in series? or Hook up channel 5 to one voice coil and channel 6 to the other one? The amp is 2 ohm stereo stable. I'm trying (obviously) to get the most out of what equipment I have. I REALLY appreciate your advice and help. Thank You in advance.
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Posted: April 08, 2008 at 3:34 PM / IP Logged  

you are going to get 4 ohms stereo or 8 ohms bridged. the amp with see it the same .giving. the same power both ways. i would get a cheap mono block amp.if it sounds like crap. try it see how it sounds.

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