The difference is the DVC sub offers more wiring options to better match and take advantage of the amplifier. The voice coil differences have no direct effect on the subwoofer performance, frequency response, or power rating. A dual voice coil sub does not directly perform better than the same sub with a single voice coil. A voice coil is the coil of wire around the former tube attached to the apex of the speaker cone. The voice coil provides the motive force to the cone by the reaction of a magnetic field to the current passing through it.
Subwoofer Voice Coils: Single vs Dual | MTX Audio - Serious About Sound®
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How to Wire Subs: Series/Parallel, Ohms, and Single vs. Dual Voice Coils (With Diagrams)
Probably one of the things people have the most trouble with when installing multiple subs or dual voice coil subs is when it comes to wiring them to the amp. Series wiring for speakers means you are connecting the speakers like a chain. The positive terminal from one speaker to the negative terminal of the next speaker. Then the positive of that speaker to the negative of the next speaker.
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