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Series VS Parallel Mods

Discussion in 'I Need Help!!!' started by DuckysVapeReviews, Nov 4, 2015.

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Which Do You Think Is Better?

Poll closed Nov 25, 2015.
  1. Series

    100.0%
  2. Parallel

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. Tube Mod FTW

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  1. DuckysVapeReviews

    DuckysVapeReviews Seriously Committed

    This if the topic of much heated debate. Some prefer the series mod due to the double battery voltage and the fact you don't have to build such low ohm loads to crank up the voltage. Others stand by the parallel, since the amp load capability is increased and claim it is safer because of this. I have had both and currently own both, but I want to see what the community thinks. If you claim one is better, then give reasons why not just "x" is better. I true I'm looking forward to what the community think on this subject.
     
  2. TonyaOpilt

    TonyaOpilt New Member

    I am looking to buy two speakers to put in a cabinet for an 8 ohm load. Is there a difference in sound or how the amp/tranformers react between running two 4 ohm speakers in series vs two 8 ohm speakers in parallel?
     
  3. ghost62

    ghost62 Goes Blip In The Night Staff Member Moderator Vendor Safe Zone Moderator

    Ummm...
    Welcome.
    You do realize this is a forum about vapin , right?
     
  4. ghost62

    ghost62 Goes Blip In The Night Staff Member Moderator Vendor Safe Zone Moderator

    Para.
    I build low - sometimes on the ragged edge, but always within safety limits.