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Dayton Audio SA230 230W Subwoofer Amplifier
I just bought the Dayton SA230/2VS8 Dual Subwoofer System Amplifier Package and would like to know how to wire the two subs to the amplifier since the amplifier has only one sub-out. Please advise.
On the second page of the manual below, you will want to wire each subwoofer using the 8 ohm single channel illustration, then wire both subwoofers to the amplifier in parallel.
Date published: 2014-07-18
I have a 1999 Polk Audio PSW-150 plate amp that went out...do you think this amp would be a good replacement for it...of course after sealing the back off on the box and installing a square speaker terminal cup (4" Gold Banana Binding Post)?
As long as the woofer is 4 ohms this will work very well as a replacement with the modifications mentioned.
Date published: 2014-07-08
Will this work with the MTX HTS28W Dual 8" In-Wall Subwoofer? Dual 8 ohms impedence, 200 watts RMS/400watts max.
Yes this will work with that subwoofer. Wire both woofers to 4 ohms and you will get the most from the amplifier.
Date published: 2014-07-07
Would I be able to hook up in Parallel 2- 8 ohm subwoofers that are rated at 80 watts continuous power (400 watts pulse power) without damaging this amp?
Yes this amplifier is rated for a 4 ohm load, two 8 ohm woofers in parallel will create a 4 ohm load.
Date published: 2014-04-04
I have an older Velodyne CT 150 15 inch subwoofer with a blown amp(250-300 watts.4ohm driver). Will this amp be a good replacement? I love room filling bass I can feel. Will this amp do the job?
This amp should have no problem powering that woofer to similar output levels as the original amplifier.
Date published: 2014-03-03
Would this be a suitable replacement for the dead amp in my Monitor Audio ASW210? It's a pair of 10" 8 ohm woofers. I've seen some writing about "continuous polarity reversal" and "push-pull" design, but they seemed parallel to me.
As long as the final impedance load is 4 ohms this amplifier will work fine.
Date published: 2014-02-27