Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf unserer Seite der Datenschutzbestimmungen. Yep, all looks right to us. They are 8ohm with v30s and have parallel outs. If I understand this article correctly that will give me 4 ohms? The manual for the GM40 states to only use 8 or 16 ohm cabs…If I try hooking up both Mesa cabs, will I damage the head? Would it be at all possible to try hooking them up in serial though? I was also under the impression that I could connect my guitar to the amp head, and then wire the output of the amp head into my Fender Frontman R, thinking I would have the tone controls of both devices. After reading this article I see that most amp heads are hooked up to cabinets. My question is, is it ever safe to hook an amp head to a regular amplifier?
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You may compare these with your own speakers to determine what you have. Speakers are like ice cream; we all have our favorite taste. Some like strawberry while others like chocolate.
It takes a trained ear to tell the difference between mid-range and high-end stuff, and it’s near impossible to tell the difference between high-to-ultra high end stuff in terms of quality.
I want to run 3 amps off my head unit which has 3 Rca inputs 2 4 channel Amps which each have 3 rca inputs and 1 mono channel amp which has 1 set of rca inputs So all together that’s 7 sets of rca inputs How do I get the signal from those 3 amps to my head unit which only has 3 set of inputs Any help would be great! They may have a setting to use a single input instead of requiring all 3. Assuming so, then you just send one input to each amp.
So if I put it on 2 channel and only run one set of rca will I still be able to get the full rms out of each channel on the amp I need to push the full amount watts rms to each speaker mzimme , So if I put it on 2 channel and only run one set of rca will I still be able to get the full rms out of each channel on the amp I need to push the full amount watts rms to each speaker You won’t lose any power from any of the channels, all this will do is be in 2 channel mode, which means you lose the ability to fade front to rear with that amp, which is fine in a boat.
Essentially, it just turns all of your speakers attached to that amp to “front” speakers, since you’re using the “front” RCA’s to send the signal to that amp. You can still balance left to right, just can’t fade front to rear. You can still hook up 4 speakers, it will just be that those 4 speakers are on 2 channels. The amp is just using 1 input signal from RCA’s and sending that to each of the 4 channels internally, so you’ll have sound from all channels still.
What outputs does the head-unit have? Front, rear and non-fade or front, rear and sub? Unless you are seeking to have fade between speakers on a single amp, or bridging those amps into 2 chnl mode, those rockfords will only require a single pair to drive all 4 chnls. I assumed outputs are what he meant.
I agree but not all head-unit RCA plugs are outputs.
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Installing too many receptacles on a circuit presents the probability of overloading the breaker, however, so a prudent approach is to distribute the receptacles among two or more circuits, particularly when adding multiple outlets in a single room. That way, if one of the breakers blows, you’ll still have a live outlet to use. Standard electric code allows you to wire amp receptacles with gauge wire, but it’s safer to use gauge, which is thicker.
Remove a bolt near the equalizer mounting location and scrape away any paint covering the location around the bolt.
Install the Second Battery Choose a marine battery that meets the engine specs. Wet-cell batteries should be secured in a battery box. Both need tie-downs or brackets, and the positive terminals should be covered with nonconductive boots. For more safety standards, visit boatingmag. Pick a Location for the Switch Boating Magazine 3.
Pick a Location for the Switch Selector switches have a four- to-six-inch-wide footprint, so pick a surface where you have enough space. ABYC standards dictate that the switch be as close to the batteries as possible and readily accessible. Hold off on final installation until after you have connected the positive cables to the posts in the back. Connect the Positive Cables Boating Magazine 4. Connect the positive terminals of batteries 1 and 2 to the corresponding posts on the back of the switch, and then connect the positive cable from the engine to the output post of the switch.
Also connect the positive accessory wire to the output post. Connect the Negative Crossover Boating Magazine 5. Connect the Negative Crossover In order for the dual-battery system to operate properly, you need a crossover cable between the negative terminals of the two batteries.
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Originally Posted by TTT boys I have dual batteries in the rear of my boat and one under the dash for the electronics. What this does is gives you 12 volts but bumps up the cold cranking amps. A Perko switch is exactly that, a switch. It is not an isolator.
This will require the power inverters to be stored next to the power source.
Can anyone recommend any car audiophiles I can pester for w RMS amp suggestions? Just try to buy one from a reputable manufacturer, so when they say ” W RMS” it’s hopefully true. Note that most car audio amps are power-rated rated at 4 Ohms. The Bose speaker appears to be 8 Ohms, like most home audio speakers. The specs say “Compatible with recievers or amplifiers rated for Ohms. For a given voltage output, power is inversely related to load impedance.
How long and what sort of volume permissible if so? You don’t need to burn-in electronics. The performance of a solid state circuit should not change for years or decades unless something fails. If the performance changes after a few hours use, it’s a very-poor design. A good manufacturer will test the item before it leaves the factory to make sure it meets or exceeds the specs. A speaker might “loosen-up” after several hours of use.
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One thing I learned pretty early in life is that speakers are not meant to be wired together in a haphazard manner. In fact, whenever you plan to connect more than two speakers to a two-channel amplifier — or more than four speakers to a four-channel amp — there are a few things to consider, not the least of which is the amps ability to handle low-impedance loads. Ignoring the basics is like playing Russian roulette with your amplifier:
They also have a better frequency response.
Andrew Krause Relays are one of the oldest, simplest, and yet, easiest and most useful devices. Before the advent of the mass produced transistor, computers were made from either relays or vacuum tubes, or both. A relay, quite simply, is a small machine consisting of an electromagnet coil , a switch, and a spring. The spring holds the switch in one position, until a current is passed through the coil. The coil generates a magnetic field which moves the switch. You can use a very small amount of current to activate a relay, and the switch can often handle a lot of current.
The relay we are going to look at is the Bosch 5 pin relay. Bosch is a German manufacturing conglomerate who also happen to own Bosch Telekom and Blaupunkt , but they are not the only manufacturer of this relay. I don’t know why they call it the Bosch type relay, but dammit, I don’t give a shit either. The Bosch 5 pin relay is the most widely used and versatile relay, and it can handle up to 30 amps, which is more than suitable for most applications.
Looking at the diagram to the right, we see the pinout of the relay. Note that each pin is numbered, 85, 86, 87, 87a, and The 30 pin is set perpendicular to the other pins to let you know where each pin is at although, most relays are labeled at the bottom. Normally, it doesn’t matter which way you pass the current, because if you hook it up backwards, the coil will still activate the relay.
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How to Bridge a 4 Channel Amp by Joseph Eitel Bridging a four-channel car audio amplifier will effectively double your amp’s output watts so that you can drive more power to your speakers or subwoofers. It’s relatively easy to bridge a four-channel amp as long as you have a very basic knowledge of car audio wiring and how to connect an amp to your car’s audio system. The most common application when bridging a four-channel amp is to connect the amp to a pair of 4-ohm subwoofers.
There will be four speaker wire terminals, or channels, which consist of both a positive and negative terminal with a screw-down clamping system to hold the speaker wire securely in place. Again, run speaker wire from the positive terminal of channel 3 to the positive terminal of subwoofer two. Finally, run speaker wire from the negative terminal of channel four to the negative terminal of subwoofer two.
If they don’t match, there could be consequences:
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Comment Subscribe to comments with RSS. CampRicco I have two battery banks. I want to be able to plug portable bank into stationary bank for charging. Should I be concerned about the inrush current when connecting portable bank into stationary bank while battery charges are equalizing. Can a resistor be added to cable to slow current while banks are equalizing.
The total voltage output becomes the sum of the voltage output of each panel.
Why would you want to wire several panels together? Wiring is helpful in cases when the existing solar panel gives an insufficient voltage to charge a battery, when it gives an insufficient current to power some appliances, or when it gives insufficient voltage and current. Instead of disposing of the smaller panel that you already have and trying to find a larger one that would perfectly meet your needs, you can simply wire your existing small solar panel with other small panels. Solar panel wiring will let you achieve any voltage and current that you need to have in your solar-powered system.
Connecting the panels together is not too complicated, and it can be learned and implemented by any DIY-inclined person to create the solar-powered systems that they need. There are 3 types of easy-to-learn wiring configurations: