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  1. I wouldn't be worried about 100 extra watts to each sub. If they start stinking you can always turn the gain down just a bit.
  2. Probably not but there is no audible difference between 800 and 1000 watts.
  3. It's vehicle specific. In a trunk I'd suggest sub and port on the same side facing forward or backwards. The subs up port back works better for the suvs. Angling the box in the trunk has been shown to increase spl ratings in some instances. You'll just have to play around with it and see what works best for your situation.
  4. No problem, good luck with the build!
  5. That's normal when pushing your amp to its limit. As long as it is just flashing quickly here and there you are OK. If it is staying on or constantly flashing lower your volume or reset your gains.
  6. To daisy chain amps. You can send the signal to another amp without having to run from the hu.
  7. No, I don't think those amps have the master/slave switch.
  8. It does get loud. They're powered by a rf t1000-4ad and they keep up with a fi sp4 plus 18 on a rf t2500-1bdcp.
  9. I have versa pods on my dash and mod pods on the floor of my jeep wrangler. Along with the soundbar and the in dash pods I have 8 speakers for the mids and highs. Any pics my phone takes are too big to upload. Anyways, for a jeep it sounds pretty damn good.
  10. Unless your particular amps specifically say that then no. My rockford amps stay at 0.
  11. Fuses right after the front battery and right before the rear battery at wire rating. Fuses from rear battery to amps at amp rating.
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