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Old 13th November 2002, 11:52 PM   #1
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I was wondering, if i can hook up my 1000WATT stereo car amplifier to a dual voicecoil subwoofer driver rated *800w* (400w per coil) and also add two pioneer midranges rated 125W w/ supertweeters (midrange & tweeters come with crossover)
to the same AMP..


for example,

MID&TWEET>----CROSSOVER-----1voicecoil*woofer* = (LEFTCHAN)


L - AMP - R


(RIGHTCHAN)= 2voicecoil*woofer*-------Crossover------MID&TWeet
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Sure you can... power ratings are kinda meaningless so don't let that the numbers aren't the same stop you.

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