The house isn't falling down during heavy bass scenes, so I started revisiting my system. There is much I don't know about, maybe you can help?
Infinity 1262w's, 300rms, 1200 watts peak. Two each placed in a Full Marty Cabinet. NOT ENOUGH for me.
Below is a picture of my subs. Do I need to take out the two 12's and replace them with one 18"? Or do I need a bigger amplifier? Or would it be easier to replace the 1262w's with a better driver?
The two 12's are wired in Series/Parallel, a 4 ohm load. Each pair of subs are connected to the iNuke 3000 on it's own channel. Duel Channel Mono. The iNuke is pushing 880 Peak watts per side.
Doesn't that mean that each individual subwoofer is only receiving 440 watts peak? That would be a shame because I think each subwoofer can handle 1200 peak watts peak. Are my individual subwoofers only getting 1/3 of the power they could potentially handle?
The iNuke limiter lights up, but I just realized, maybe this is the limit of the iNuke, not necessarily the limit of my subs?
What is the best, easiest, cheapest way for me to enjoy more, better bass?
Also, it has been mentioned that the 1262w's are not considered a musical speaker, but a great movie sub. Is there an advantage to going with a better, "musical" subwoofer?