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 Post subject: hertz mono A and B????
Posted: Wed May 25, 2011 2:42 pm 
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i know its a dumb question but. my hertz amp has a and b outputs not i have just put a new pair of subs and a new box in.

http://www.hertzaudiovideo.com/Doc/hertz_EP1D_tech_eng.pdf

the subs are clarion pxw1552 750rms eash atm i have them at a 1ohm (1000rms from the amp) loop out the A output but if i run them as 2 seperate suba in a 2ohm loop each will the amp run it?

at 2ohm the sub is 750rms output so a perfect match to the subs.

i hope it makes sence.....

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Posted: Wed May 25, 2011 3:14 pm 
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I would only run one sub at 750rms at 2 ohms through this amp. The amp has only 1 output at 750rms at 2 ohms. The second output can be used to bridge 2 amps together to pump out 1500rms x 1 ouput at 2 ohms. Pick up another one of these bad dogs or just run one sub to avoid underpowering and clipping (although this amp should have a cutout for that anyway)

 

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Posted: Wed May 25, 2011 10:44 pm 
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the sam wrote:
I would only run one sub at 750rms at 2 ohms through this amp. The amp has only 1 output at 750rms at 2 ohms. The second output can be used to bridge 2 amps together to pump out 1500rms x 1 ouput at 2 ohms. Pick up another one of these bad dogs or just run one sub to avoid underpowering and clipping (although this amp should have a cutout for that anyway)


There's no 'second output' per say. It's just a second terminal block allowing it to be hooked up to two subs easier (no need to splice wiring).

Wiring the sub you've got separately to the amp will result in the same 1ohm load (and 1000W max output). So really there's no difference, other than how it's physically wired.

Nice amp BTW.

 

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 Post subject: Re: hertz mono A and B????
Posted: Thu May 26, 2011 1:48 pm 
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data_mine wrote:
the sam wrote:
I would only run one sub at 750rms at 2 ohms through this amp. The amp has only 1 output at 750rms at 2 ohms. The second output can be used to bridge 2 amps together to pump out 1500rms x 1 ouput at 2 ohms. Pick up another one of these bad dogs or just run one sub to avoid underpowering and clipping (although this amp should have a cutout for that anyway)


There's no 'second output' per say. It's just a second terminal block allowing it to be hooked up to two subs easier (no need to splice wiring).

Wiring the sub you've got separately to the amp will result in the same 1ohm load (and 1000W max output). So really there's no difference, other than how it's physically wired.

Nice amp BTW.


Someone with better explanation skills :lol: :lol:

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