These are the Dayton Audio speakers: This is the Lepai amplifier: I hope they're not broken this time. Running a jl audio 300 watt bike amp under the fairing also. My question is do I need to run new thicker gauge speaker wire or will I be fine with the factory wires? If i follow the diagram or if i leave my setup intact, its not essentially incorrect, right? If you plan on having multiple amplifiers, and none of them have preamp outputs or pass-thrus, then you may have to employ a Y-cord or two in order to get signal to all the right amp inputs. It seems pretty difficult to get the new wiring through the doors cleanly. With a load impedance speaker of 4 ohms, the amplifier needs to deliver 5 amps to produce the 100 watts of power. Any help would be appreciated as always.
I'm also trying to stay away from modifications to the car as much as possible. Be sure to secure the speaker boxes to your vehicle. Apart from the hassle of having to wire from one speaker to the next, if one wire is disconnected, then all speakers will stop working. Pomerantz, just a follow up on my discovery. The vehicle harness is the lower right plug in the illustration. My question, should i get 200 A fuse or 250 A fuse in line fuse holder near the battery? That means you need 2 100 ft rolls of wire.
I'm about to install a 4 channel amp for my speakers. Which type of connection do I need? See my recommendations at the end for some great models Gain control is the amount of signal amplification the amplifier performs. Electrical tape at the entry point will give the wire added protection. What possible i have done wrong? If you meant to bridge your 4-channel amp to 2-channel operation and run four speakers, two on each bridged channel, then it probably isn't possible. Now I want to upgrade my two rear speakers to the infinity kappa 693. The toll-free number and contact information are at the top of this page.
You don't want them flying around dangerously in the event of an sudden stop or accident. The good news is, this is within the specifications of the amplifier as we saw earlier. If my speakers are 4ohm and I add 4ohm tweeters by tapping into the main speakers, will my amp see that channel as 2ohm? The following wiring diagram shows the additional wiring you'll need to add a subwoofer to a factory system. Or are the speaker wires cut at the harness to isolate them from the receivers signal? At this point, the gain is high enough that you can hear the amp's internal self-noise. This is similar to the series-parallel wiring above, but it all happens in the box for you. Don't forget a fuse near the battery - about a 125-A fuse will ensure some safety. All speakers are using the factory wiring connection at each door for all of my speakers.
I understand the principles of resistance etc. For general background music I would use the 70 volt setting and use the transformers on the speakers. Thanks for your support and advice as this will help me be more confident in ensuring ive done the wiring right. From back of stereo there are 8 wires, two each from front left, front right, rear left, and rear right. Working in a music store in Austin, Texas, I spent a few years manufacturing, installing, repairing, and operating sound systems. If they are, try a different cable. This means the amplifier volume control needs to be set at the level of maximum volume you want for any given speaker.
That 8 ohms in parallel with the 8 ohm speakers on channel A, will give total load impedance of 4 ohms, which the amp is designed for. The second is more specific. I am at a lost. The important principal is: the higher the speaker impedance, the less current required from the amplifier. I'm afraid you'll never achieve concert-level sound with 6.
This is a safe way of wiring four speakers without a switch box or separate volume controls. If this labeling is difficult to read or identify, use tape to label the ends after you know which is which for quicker identification later. Most people access the wiring at the vehicle's rear speakers, because it's easier to get at them there, but behind the receiver at its wiring harness is okay as well. Most amplifiers are not stable driving a 2-ohm load when bridged. Their toll-free number will be on your invoice. Any problems with wireless transmitter will outperform a sound.
But I don't know how to connect the speakers to the amp. I have very basic knowledge on speakers and how to use them but i do know that i need some sort of cord to hook these up. Do All Amplifiers Sound the Same? They should be not be considered in a commercial install or for use with high output power amplifiers. You may also have good luck finding an existing wire color from vehicle wiring diagrams I mentioned earlier or from a Google search. Again, using a voltmeter to set gain at 1000 Hz won't be accurate. You'd connect both left front and rear speakers to one bridged channel and the right front and rear speakers to the other.
You can turn them off by toggling the main speaker A or B switch. I do know some car audio. Most car Speakers are rated at 4ohms, while many Home speakers are rated at 8ohms. For those who like the mathematical evidence rather than just the pictorial reasoning, the calculation of the total resistance looks like this: and then calculate the current: For an easy way to calculate the total impedance of speakers in parallel, try my simple Keep in mind that changing the total load impedance of an amplifier will also increase or decrease the power output of the amplifier. Just connect two speakers, left dash and door speakers, for example, to each amplifier output terminal.
Setting the amp gains will be challenging. . Any thoughts, suggestions, pointers to info are welcome!!! However, there are in-helmet sound systems that may work for head-banging. Remember to allow a volume control for the lounge room speakers so they can controlled also. Start by getting a or with speaker-level inputs.