I currently have it the sub wired parallel and bridged to amp...which Im told is BAD because the Amp specs say 4 ohm when bridged mono. But i've been running this since I bought the car (came with sub/amp). Never noticed the sub turning off or any intense over heating. Amp is set at 110 LPF , 2 v, and 0 boost.
Would this be appropriate? Some say the sub will not get exact frequencies from the LEFT and RIGHT simultaneously.
So, should I do it the 2nd way? Or would that damage my sub? Also, whats this about running a RCA splitter to one of the either Left or RIGHT inputs to run the 2nd method? Does that Mean I need to remove the Left RCA wire from my Head unit and run 2 RIGHTS and combine those to the Right Input on amp only? Any drawbacks to that?
Sony XM-SD22xAmp Specs
Suitable speaker impedance
2-8 Ohms (stereo)
4-8 Ohms (When bridging)
400w x 2 @ (4 ohm)
600wx 2 (2 ohm)
1200w (BTL, at 4 ohm)
Sub is SWR-1402 Alpine Type R 10" DVC 4 Ohm each