Can you put 3 subs on a mono amp?

No. It will be 12 Ohms. It would be 1.33(333333) ohms if they are in parallel.

What amp fuse do I need for subwoofer?

The correct size of fuse to use depends on the amp you are wiring. If your amp has an internal fuse, then your inline car amp fuse should be a bit larger. For instance, if your amp has an internal 20 amp fuse, then you should go for a 25 or 30 amp inline fuse.

Can you wire 3 speakers to a 2 channel amp?

You can wire 3 speakers to a 2-channel amp. Ideally, both speakers have the same delay and are in total harmony. When you have wireless and wired speakers, the wireless speakers would be out of step with the wired speakers. You would then need to interrupt the audio to the wired speakers by tweaking the receiver.

Can you bridge a monoblock amp?

A mono block amplifier has only 1 channel and cannot be bridged. The 2 outputs of a mono block amplifier are there to easily connect multiple subwoofers. If you are not sure whether your amp is a mono block or a multi-channel model, look at the speaker terminals.

How to wire subwoofers in series?

If each sub is wired as a 1-ohm load, then you’d wire the boxes in series: amp positive to sub 1 positive, then sub 1 negative to sub 2 positive, and sub 2 negative to the amp’s negative terminal.

Can I use a 2-channel amp for subs?

This is a great place to use a 2-channel amp. When you wire the subs as shown in the diagram below, the total impedance will be four ohms. A bridged 2-channel amp can provide plenty of power at a reasonable price. Get some good subs and a good amp and let it rip!

How do I hook up two subs to a mono amp?

By wiring the two subs in parallel (see the diagram) you’ll show a 2-ohm impedance to the amp. Mono amps are built for just this kind of situation, so you’ll get maximum power output from your amp investment. Check the diagram below for how to hook it up. Two 4-ohm SVC subs — a great place to use a mono amp. Wiring flexibility is the key here.

What size speaker wire do I need to bridge the AMP?

The disadvantage of bridging is that bridged channels can’t drive impedance loads as low as they can when unbridged. How to bridge the amp is usually indicated at the amp’s speaker wire terminals. All the wires depicted in the Subwoofer Wiring Diagrams are speaker wires. For wiring subwoofers, we recommend using wires of 12- to 16-gauge in size.