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Dayton Audio SPA500 500W Subwoofer Plate Amplifier
I currently have 4 aura bass shakers powered from a Dayton 250 watt plate amp. I would like to increase the number of shakers to 8. Is there any reason that I could not power them all from one 500 watt Dayton so I don't have to split my LFE signal?
Eight shakers will have to be wired to 8 ohms, so you will only get ~250 watts from this amplifier but it is certainly possible. Getting a second SPA250 will save money and double power if you wire 4 shakers to each, so this might be your best bet. Splitting the LFE output will not negatively affect anything.
Date published: 2015-05-12
RMS watts is listed, or is this peak?
The power listed is RMS.
Date published: 2015-04-27
Hello, Is Z-Min 4 ohm or will this unit drive a 2 ohm load .....
This amplifier is not stable at 2 ohms. it is limited to 4 ohms or higher.
Date published: 2015-04-02
I see one answer that the sub-1500 would need modifications to the cabinet to fit. Any idea on ohms for the sub-1500 Is it two or 4 or 8 ohms. Thanks
The woofer in the Dayton SUB series subwoofers are 4 ohms.
Date published: 2015-03-24
Would this amp run 2 10” 4Ω Subwoofers with the Power Handling: 250W – 750W each? If so should I run them parallel or in series?
Yes it would but you would have to run them in series effectively halving the output from the amplifier (~250 watts total, 125 to each woofer). You might want to use the 1000 watt model which will provide about 250 watts RMS into each woofer wired to 8 ohms.
Date published: 2015-02-13
What are the high pass filter characteristics for this amp? Why is there no information given for this in the specs?
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Date published: 2015-01-19