mattmc
Planning on master/slave option (f2 master to hp slave, if possibl e) and need to know the power draw for this configuration. Do both subs need power connections or does it all run through the master?

Again, any 120v power draw info on Seaton +'s would be appreciated.
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Mark_Seaton

mattmc wrote:
Planning on master/slave option (f2 master to hp slave, if possibl e) and need to know the power draw for this configuration. Do both subs need power connections or does it all run through the master? Again, any 120v power draw info on Seaton +'s would be appreciated.


Hi Matt,

I recently posted a good bit of info regarding home AC wiring requirements in response to this question on the forum:

"Submersive HP power draw from standard residential circuit"

Short answer is that most can easily power up to 2 HP+/F2+ units with each driving a slave (4 total SubMersive units) from a single, dedicated, 20A circuit.  Read the link above, as it gives some context to where more or less might be warranted as more subwoofers actually require less power from the wall to produce the same SPL than a single subwoofer.  You only use the additional power when pushing the volume louder than a single is capable of, and often that's only on brief peaks which circuit breakers are designed and intended to tolerate and allow.

Mark Seaton
Seaton Sound, Inc.
sales@seatonsound.net
773-290-8436
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