Originally Posted by 04MonteLS
Who are you talking to and what are you talking about?
I'm talking to the OP about his question "The guy said its a dual 2 ohm sub but then he said it was wired to 2 ohms"
He'* correct about the 1.5 ohms Raptor. But thats an approximation. To really measure true impedance of a speaker or cabinet requires a rather complex procedure involving a signal generator, power amplifier, and a high frequency AC voltmeter. However, with raw speakers and many cabinets, the ohmmeter function of a digital multimeter can help you identify what the impedance of the speaker should be. Generally, the reading given by an ohmmeter will be about 2/3 to 3/4 of the impedance of the speaker. So, a 4 ohm speaker will typically measure about 2.5 - 3 ohms,a 8 ohm speaker will typically read about 5-6 ohms, while a 16 ohm speaker will measure around 12 ohms. So according to your measurements of 2.4 ohm'*, those are 4 ohm speakers. BTW, Cheap multimeters vary greatly for small voltage or ohmage readings.