A mono amp is an amplifier that puts out only one channel of sound, as opposed to a stereo amp that puts out two channels of sound. A mono amp is generally used for extremely low frequencies (ie bass) that are channeled into a single subwoofer. It doesn't matter that both stereo channels are combined for these low bass frequencies because you couldn't tell which channel the sounds are coming from anyway (because you feel the sound pressure more than hear the sound).
A mono amp, is half of a stereo amp. It has one input and one output.
A mono amp will not sound good with door speakers. There are to be used with subwoofers
the difference between a mono block and stereo amp is this: a stereo amp sees half of ohms you give it ( that is if you are trying to bridge it), the mono block see whatever ohm load you give it.
Yes this amplifier is a mono amp so it is internally bridged. It does not have a stereo output.
Depends if you are building heavy bass system with quite a few subs then a mono amp would be suggested but if it is just a single sub just for a standard bass upgrade then a 2 channel amp would be fine you can still use a mono amp on one sub just remember to take into perspective the RMS rating and the Impedance on both the Subs and the Amp
to mono if your amp will allow, also this is for single voice coil. otherwise run in mono parallel to run dual voice coils.
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Most preamps just have a mono output for a subwoofer. No real reason to run stereo for subs, unless maybe you are running two speaker boxes as subs. Most amps are switchable to mono mode and put out more power in mono. Hope this helps.
What part is required to connect a mono amp to a factory stereo
u can bridge it to 2 channels not one to make it a mono block
AMP is the abbreviation for Adenosine Monophosphate. The mono meaning 1. So it has 1 phophate group.
the questions a little broad.. what is the amp a mono, 2 way , or 4?
It will say mono if its only 1 channel which is a sub amp only.
Depends on the rms or continuous rating of the amp and at what ohm is the amp stable
Sure i have 2 400 watt rockfords connected to a 400watt kenwood mono amp. This statement made by another is true.You can hook up 20 subs to a mono amp; BUT you have to configure the speakers by impedance/ohms. if you hook two 2 ohm speakers to a 4 ohm steady amp in parallel you will soon buy a new amp. if you hook 10 speakers in series you will not even get it warm. Each speaker will also divide the available wattage and will not have a lot of power. Take it to a good shop if you don't know the formula for this. you may save your amp. BMyers Lake city, FL
yes, you can, either via a Y-cable to the sub output, or via a pre-amp, or hook them up parallel to a mono amp or if you have a 2 channel amp then just hook them up regurally but if you have a mono amp then...have two positive and two negative wires coming out of the amp then hook 1 negative wire up to the negative spot on a speaker..then do the same with the other..then do the same with the positive
Certainly, you can also use 2 mono amps to power left and right stereo channels. One for each channel. Using one mono amp for stereo results in a mono output though.
yes all u have to do is bridge them together
a hifonics mono with the same or more rms
Memphis audio mono amp is good Soundstream is good Orion HCAA series amps. These are a few goodone's
Yes you can put 6 speakers in a silverado, by instaling a 4 chanels amp for the front, and mono amp 1 chanel for the sub
yes you can just run them straight from the amp to the sub an it will work
A bigger alternator.