I’m not trying to be rude, but you quoted my post and then told me the same thing I just wrote.Impossible with 3 subs.. you will be at 1.33 ohms with them on 4 ohm mode and in parallel... the alternative is series where the impedance doubles so you would be at like 12 ohms or something silly high..
you would need four subs to get to 2 ohms... or just use two subs and call it a day.
We’ve already established the subs can be either 2 or 4 ohm. Don’t ask me how. That’s a question for Infinity and I’m guessing they’ve published documents explaining how it’s accomplished.
I’ve already stated twice that my amp is only stable to 2 ohms and my primary goal is to get equal power to each sub while maintaining a final impedance within the amps specs and without going over 4 ohms.
With all that in mind, my choices for final impedance are 0.67, 1.3, 6, and 12. Two of those are out of spec for the amp and the other two are above 4 ohms, meaning none of them work for me.
The Crutchfield drawing, while presenting a final ohm load within spec and under 4, does not distribute power equally because Sub 3 is wired in parallel while Subs 1 and 2 are series.