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Old 05-17-2009
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whats this mean?

what is an independence of dual 2 ohms? is that the same as 4 ohms?
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Depends on how you wire them. In series or parallel. Series they will be 4 ohm and parallel they will be 1 ohm.
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Old 05-24-2009
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not may amps are 1ohm stable so you will probably have to wire them in series to 4ohms
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