Picked a up a set of EVID''s over the weekend for cheap so I was pretty stoked. I know squat about wiring and amps except for what I have read on here. Here is the amp that I am working with. http://www.tc.umn.edu/~erik0023/AudioEquipment/MTX/Thunder_4320.htm
It has the following specs.
Actual rms power output per channel @ 14 Volts 85 watts (x4) 4 ohms stereo
150 watts (x4) 2 ohms stereo
300 watts (x2) 4 ohms mono
Minimum continuous power per channel @ 12 Volts,
(very conservative IASCA "cheater amp" rating) 40 watts (x4) 4 ohms stereo
80 watts (x4) 2 ohms stereo
160 watts (x2) 4 ohms mono
I wired the EVIDS in parallel the following way
They sounded great but I could see the limiter light blinking on one the EVIDS when I turned them up to loud. It was also only blinking on the one, second one from the left in the diagram. If I have them wired in parallel which I thought I did why would it do that. Also I'm only putting 160watts to each which they should be able to handle correct. Any suggestions would be helpful. I suppose I could have the amp wired wrong to. Any insight from you stereo gurus would be helpful.