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is it possible to get a 2ohm load with 2 dvc 2ohm subs
and 2 4ohm svc subs.wired alltogether do you think you could get a 2ohm load on a single channel??????
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The answer to your question is no. Use the pair of 2 ohm dvc subs or the pair of 4 ohm svc subs, but not both pairs together. Either pair will give you a 2 ohm load.

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ok but if i did run them i would pull a 1ohm load correct??
what is your guy's opinion on a phoenix gold rsd 1200.1 pulling a 1ohm load?would it survive??

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