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Audiobahn 15 Dub Series Subwoofer


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dub15 
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Hi, i just bought an audiobahn 15' dub series subwoofer. The sub is a dual voice coil and i had a few questions about it. The first question being, there is a positive and negative wire slot on either side of the sub basket, which would be normal with the dual voice coil but....instead of there only being one pos. and neg. slot on either side for the wires, there is two. On either both sides of the woofer there is 2 pos. and 2 neg. wire slots. I am running a single ported box that only has 1 set of terminals for the wires from the sub and i was wondering how i should wire it? which 2 wire slots should i use, both on one side or 1 set on either side? i am really confused about how to wire due to the 8 slots for speaker wire. Also what gauge wire should i be using in the box and to the amp? Thanks to anyone who can answer any of the questions.    Thanks again, Nick
ps: as you can see in the pic there is two pos. terminals and 2 neg. terminals. There is another set on the other side of the sub exactly alike the one you can see.
Audiobahn 15 Dub Series Subwoofer -- posted image.
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The extra set of terminals is there to ease wiring the woofer. Instead of stuffing multiple wires in one terminal it has multiple of the same, so it doesn't matter which pair of positive or negative per coil you use.

We cannot help you wire this woofer until you tell us what voice coil configuration it has, either dual 4, dual 2, etc.

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sweet looking chrome!!!

Audiobahn 15 Dub Series Subwoofer -- posted image.

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I know this driver, the chrome is the best part.
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I was going to use the Audiobahn Mag DUB4001 DUB Mono Car Audio Amplifier. Here are the specs...
* 800 WATT Rated Power
* 400 WATT RMS x 1 Channel
* Brushed Aluminum Chassis
* Top Mount Controls with Blue Illumination
* Cooling Fan
* Chrome Dub Fan Grille
* Glass Epoxy Circuit Board
* PWM MOSFET Power Supply
* THD: 0.02%
* S/N Ratio: 100 dB
* Frequency Response: 10Hz - 40kHz
* Variable 18 dB Hi-Pass
* Crossover: 75Hz - 750Hz
* Variable 18 dB Lo-Pass
* Crossover: 50Hz - 150Hz
* Selectable Bass EQ
* 4-Way Protection Circuitry: Thermal, Short Circuit, DC Offset, and Overload
* Low/High Level Input
* RCA Outputs
* 4 Gauge Power Connection
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dub15 
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I was also thinking about using the DUB Mag Audio by Audiobahn
DUB2502 2-Channel Class A/B Amplifier. The specs are...
# Amplifier Class: a/b
# Number of Channels: 2
# RMS Power (4 ohms): 250 watts x 2 chan.
# RMS Power (2 ohms): 375 watts x 2 chan.
# RMS Power (1 ohm): Not Stable
# Bridged RMS Power: 500 watts x 1 chan.
# Peak Power Output: Not Specified
# Minimum Impedance Unbridged: 2 ohms
# Minimum Impedance Bridged: 4 ohms
# THD at Rated RMS Power: 0.02%%
# Speaker Level Inputs: No
# Amp Preamp Outputs: No
# Built-in Crossover: Yes - LP/HP
# High-Pass Crossover Frequency: 50 - 250 Hz
# Low-Pass Crossover Frequency: 50 - 250 Hz
# Subsonic Filter:
# Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 95 dB
# Channel Separation: N/A
# Bass Boost: 0 / 12 dB
# Bass/Gain Remote: N/A
# Fan Cooled: Yes
# Fuse Rating: 30A
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Chrome Dub Fan Grill? Bob slowly shakes his head.
There is no such thing as free installation!
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notice the lack of positive responces for Audiobahn Crap?
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get the one with the spinners on the fan grill.
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