I don't want to buy another sub. What I have to work with is a long enough cable to connect the sub and the receiver and a volt DC - AC inverter. I'm not sure if the volt plug in the back of my Jeep is turned on and off with the ignition or not, but the subwoofer has an automatic on and off mode and the power inverter is just ether on or off. Can I connect my Sharp TV woofer which is 6 ohm and 30w 2 woofer i. My car. If yes kindly explain..
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If you are really into a song and decide to crank up the music in your car, volume levels can easily exceed to dB. This volume level taxes the power production capabilities of your amplifiers and, of course, gives your speakers a thorough workout. Trying to listen to music at that volume level at home would quickly result in your neighbors calling the police to register a noise complaint. Quite simply, we listen to our car stereos at much higher volume levels than we do at home, and each speaker in the system needs to be able to handle a lot more power. Marketing departments often take advantage of the topic of speaker power handling to inflate the perceived quality or value of a speaker. Useful power handling specifications define two numbers. The continuous power handling specification, also called the RMS power handling spec, is the amount of power that the speaker can handle indefinitely.
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Actually, you can use car speakers, but beware that they run on lower impedance than home theater speakers. As I mentioned above, car speakers run on lower impedance than home speakers — car speakers are typically 4 ohms, whereas home speakers usually run at 8 ohms. Simply put, the impedance rating is the level of resistance a speaker gives to the voltage and current run through it.