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  1. <a href="http://s651.photobucket.com/user/thatgooch/media/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zpscaiddnmz.jpeg.html" target="_blank"><img src="http://i651.photobucket.com/albums/uu240/thatgooch/Mobile%20Uploads/image_zpscaiddnmz.jpeg" border="0" alt=" photo image_zpscaiddnmz.jpeg"/></a> I hope I did this ok..port is 6.5 inches wide 21 inches in depth and 16 inches tall
  2. Looks like I've been doing a lot wrong...is the box ok at least
  3. What about using a mtx crossover before the amp. Or is that just something I don't need
  4. I new to this stuff but how would more power help..not sure at this point
  5. Thanks for the help..as far as the box the measurements are 43" wide 25" depth 21 on the height.subs up port back.
  6. I do agree with you on that. I starting to think I have just been boosting the output with it up like that.
  7. Thanks.. I'll try to find someone with a little knowledge to check it out.
  8. I knew It I'm stupid So here's a dumb question what should I do.
  9. So here's my problem I have a 2001 Ford Explorer. I have done a big three using zero gauge wire. I have a 270 alt with stock battery upfront and to stinger spv70 in the back.The subs are wired down to 1 ohm on a saz 3500. I'm smelling coil burn which tells me I'm sending too much power. my gain is a quarter of the way up subsonic is at 11 o'clock on the dial. Everything else is turned all the way down. Everything on the head unit is set to flat except for the sub woofer output which is on 15. Not sure if this should be set to flat as well and then start to readjust.any help is appreciated.thing sounds amazing just stinks to high hell when it gets loud
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