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Hello William Novelli, if it would be compatible, but you should control the order of the connections, they can vary
I send you the link to download the manuals of both models and compare the connections, if you find it complex, consult a specialized technical service
I hope you find it useful
Regards Franco Dosil

Hola William Novelli, si seria compatible, pero deberas controlar el orden de las conexiones, pueden variar
Te envio el link paravque descargues los manuales de ambos modelos y compares los conexionados, si te resulta complejo, consulta con un servicio tecnico especializado
Espero te resulte util
Saludos Franco Dosil

https://manualmachine.com/audiobahn/aeq7/18414-user-manual/
https://manualmachine.com/audiobahn/aeq8/18268-user-manual/
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/211695/Audiobahn-Aeq6q.html

AudioBahn Car... | Answered on Sep 13, 2019


do you still have it

AudioBahn AWT34X... | Answered on Dec 01, 2018


as your sub is only rated to 400w rms simply connect the sub to either a or b channel outputs you may wish to use an rca splitter before the amp to feed both left and right audio channels into a single channel on the amp. WARNING connecting both channels on the amp to the sub will overload the sub and possibly blow it up so i highly recommend not doing so.

AudioBahn Car... | Answered on Jun 03, 2018


i was not able to locate a manual but i did find some interesting information that hopefully may help,
The AudioBahn AW1000X Car Subwoofer Features: dual 4-ohm voice coils, non-pressed pulp cone, huge foam surround, frequency response 23-500 Hz, power range 50-600 watts RMS (300 watts per coil), peak power handling 1,200 watts, sensitivity 91.1 dB, top-mount depth 5-1/4" ,sealed box volume: 0.4-.95 cubic feet, ported box volume: 1.632 cubic feet.

AudioBahn Car... | Answered on Jun 03, 2018


i'd need more info but from what you've stated, sorry to break it to you but it sounds likely you've incorrectly wired you speakers and blown your amp. this will prove no doubt an expensive mistake and learning exercise.

AudioBahn Car... | Answered on Jun 03, 2018


to drop the amp load to 1 ohm you need to divide the output signal path and the best way is by wiring a second woofer in parallel as seen in the ideal diagram attached this has the desired effect of doubling the volume .
since 2 ohm divided by 2 is 1 ohm load connected to your amp.
so the short answer is no you can't do that with a single woofer
2ohm low amp-vytae2j2uoxlsgotk4qtkzpd-5-2.png

AudioBahn Car... | Answered on Jun 03, 2018


sounds like a thermal overheat protect issue, sorry to break it to you but sadly the way most amps are built these days it's either not worth the cost of trying to repair or impossible to do so by hand. you'd be better off just getting a new amp

AudioBahn... | Answered on Jun 03, 2018


Generally there are 2 parts to this problem

part 1
input signal as these woofers are just subs remember to give them a low line in signal before the amp (see diagram) i like to use rca low pass crossover filters from harrison labs (see link)

part 2
is the wiring configuration of the 2 woofers by wiring them in parallel as shown in the diagram you reduce them to a 2 ohm load for your 2 ohm amp meaning you'll get max loudness and efficiency
2ohm low amp-vytae2j2uoxlsgotk4qtkzpd-5-0.png
Harrison Labs FMOD Inline Crossover Pair 100 Hz Low Pass RCA Shipping is...

AudioBahn Car... | Answered on Jun 03, 2018


unfortunately if you only have the one woofer there isn't really any safe way to do so but if you had a pair of woofers you could in theory wire them in parallel thus creating only a 3 ohm load but your amp must be able to work at such low ohms otherwise you WILL blow up your amp.

AudioBahn Car... | Answered on Jun 03, 2018


Wow you are in luck, I used to be an Audiobahn dealer. Designing sub enclosures is my fulltime job. So here you go.-
If you are looking for sound that is very smooth, and has a very low end shaking everything setting off car alarms. You will need a PORTED BOX that is 3 CUBIC FEET FOR EACH SUB WOOFER. It actually calls for 2.7cu.ft but after you add speaker displacement and bracing it should be at least 3 cu.ft. The port can be either round or square made of plastic or 3/4" wood respectively. My port suggestions are dependent on how much space you have. The shortest round port might make some noise (too much pressure!). So think about that first. Anyway the short port is 3" diameter and 15.5" long. The longer port is 4" in diameter and 28.25" long. The rectangular wood port can also be either (port measurements are inside diamensions) 3" w x 3" w x 18.5" long (short port) or 2 w x 10.5 h x 48' long. The second longer wood port is recommended most but will take up a lot of space. The fact that you have to subtract the port volume from the box makes for space issues in cars. Also the second wood port sounds better and won't make much wind noise, but takes up .75 cu.ft worth of space. So in plain english your box will have to have an internal volume of 3.75cu.ft. An example of this could be made of 3/4" thick MDF, have 1" x 1" internal bracing and measure (box dimensions are external and assumes the use of 3/4" MDF) 12" h x 18" w x 30" deep. The port is an integral part of the box fitting inside. I'm sorry I can't provide any drawings to make things easier. Now this box size is one that I ran through a computer program I use. So it is not the same as the manufactures recommendations. I will list those as well.
The second box is an example using a round short port and also uses 3/4" MDF, 1 x 1" bracing, the 3" dia x 15.5" long port, and measures 12" x 18" x 24" externally.
If space is an issue try checking out the information below. -I got it from Audiobahn-
If for some reason it doesn't show up or you need assistance let me know. Good luck and enjoy your new setup-I'm sure you'll be happily disturbing the peace soon!
-Dynami
Model # AW1006T
Ported
Air Space (Cu. Ft.) 0.65
Port Size (Inches) 2 x 6.5
Port Vel. (%) 48.31
-3dB (Hz) 31.5
Tune Freq. (Hz) 40
Sub Disp. (Cu. Ft.) 0.21
Port Disp.(Cu. Ft.) 0.01
Total Vol. (Cu. Ft.) 0.75
Ported
Air Space (Cu. Ft.) 1.4
Port Size (Inches) 3 x 6.75
Port Vel. (%) 24.19
-3dB (Hz) 30
Tune Freq. (Hz) 39
Sub Disp. (Cu. Ft.) 0.21
Port Disp.(Cu. Ft.) 0.024
Total Vol. (Cu. Ft.) 1.5
Ported
Air Space (Cu. Ft.) 2.4
Port Size (Inches) 4 x 6.25
Port Vel. (%) 14.39
-3dB (Hz) 29
Tune Freq. (Hz) 39
Sub Disp. (Cu. Ft.) 0.21
Port Disp.(Cu. Ft.) 0.04
Total Vol. (Cu. Ft.) 2.5
EBP 74 80 80

Sealed NR NR NR
Minimum (Cu. Ft.) 0.5
Maximum (Cu. Ft.) 1
SPL (dB) 80
All sealed boxes already include the displacment for the subwoofer. NR = (Not Recommended)

AudioBahn... | Answered on Aug 22, 2017


Obviously you damaged more than just the fuses when you did the deed. Check out your power supply and amplifier output stages for damage(s).

AudioBahn... | Answered on Apr 24, 2017

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