So, my brain just isn't working right now, but I'm wondering about an unconventional wiring scheme and how much power is seen by each driver. Given:

- Three DVC drivers, each with dual 3.5 ohm voice coils

- Target the lowest impedance possible without dipping under 1 ohm

Option 1) wire each set of voice coils in series to get three 7 ohm loads, then parallel all three to arrive at a final load of 2.3333 ohms. Given the symmetry of loads, I'm pretty sure each voice coil receives the same amount of power from the amplifier.

Option 2) wire two of the drivers' voice coils in series to get two 7 ohm loads, then parallel those two loads with the other two 3.5 ohm voice coils for a final load of 1.1667 ohms. My brain is telling me that even though my final impedance load is closer to what I want, the voice coils may not be receiving the same amount of power. I think the two voice coils not wired in series will be receiving twice as much power as the other two drivers. But then I second guess myself and think that perhaps since all of the voice coils are the same impedance, they will get the same amount of power.

I know there was a thread on here a little while back asking a similar question, but IIRC, the question was about wiring drivers together with different impedances.

- Three DVC drivers, each with dual 3.5 ohm voice coils

- Target the lowest impedance possible without dipping under 1 ohm

Option 1) wire each set of voice coils in series to get three 7 ohm loads, then parallel all three to arrive at a final load of 2.3333 ohms. Given the symmetry of loads, I'm pretty sure each voice coil receives the same amount of power from the amplifier.

Option 2) wire two of the drivers' voice coils in series to get two 7 ohm loads, then parallel those two loads with the other two 3.5 ohm voice coils for a final load of 1.1667 ohms. My brain is telling me that even though my final impedance load is closer to what I want, the voice coils may not be receiving the same amount of power. I think the two voice coils not wired in series will be receiving twice as much power as the other two drivers. But then I second guess myself and think that perhaps since all of the voice coils are the same impedance, they will get the same amount of power.

I know there was a thread on here a little while back asking a similar question, but IIRC, the question was about wiring drivers together with different impedances.

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