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  1. Another bonus check from work coming my way soon.
  2. How the hell do people afford 2 mortgage payments?!?! And I mean a reg home for family and another as a vacation home? I watch House Hunters sometimes on TV and just blows my mind when people have a spending budget of 500k-550k for example for a vac home. I barely get by on what I'm doing...with one mortgage. Unless I win the lottery that might be a diff story... And.........way to go photobucket. https://www.pcmag.com/news/354711/photobucket-breaks-image-links-across-the-internet In case no one has read/heard about it yet.
  3. looking for new amp

    Well why did the last amp burn up? I'd be more concerned about that before buying another expensive amp. aka investigate the issue so it don't happen again. What's your budget?
  4. Wiring (2) 4ohm subs to mono amp @ 1ohm

    You need to go back and re read my reply again, as for the wiring for subs. Don't know why there's arguement here. A lot of amps that are mono are split into for what appears to be a "2 ch amp".
  5. No hard feelings man. Just wish other people on here are man enough to do that. I guess being a dick is the new cool.
  6. Hey don't blame me if you can't see and read. Don't need to be "smart" do do those 2 things on a forum, do ya?
  7. Wiring (2) 4ohm subs to mono amp @ 1ohm

    Go google some amps and you may find some.
  8. Upper management. They love to change rules whenever/where ever as long as it isn't written....it's a free for all. Do whatever they want, basically and get away with it.
  9. It only says in his sig lol....
  10. Hooking up subs to mono block amp

    So you made another thread?
  11. Wiring (2) 4ohm subs to mono amp @ 1ohm

    Not necessarily. Some mono amps are split enternally to give the user more flexability for the amp. To OP, your installer did that so he wouldn't have to remove the subs to wire them to their correct polarity to the amp, for a final ohm load. If all else fails, refer to this diagram...http://www.jlaudio.com/header/Support/Tutorials/Wiring+Dual+Voice+Coil+(DVC)+Subwoofer+Drivers/Tutorial%3A+Wiring+Dual+Voice+Coil+(DVC)+Subwoofer+Drivers/287544
  12. No wonder your having issues. That is NOT a ground. That's a seat bracket which isn't even "grounded" to the floor of the vehicle.
  13. Prob means better bass. WTF is better bass?! I this so and so wood to be more bassy than that other wood. Sorry buddy not gonna happen. A good enclosure design to match your needs, trunk, suv will be better off that way.
  14. One of my 15's is from the yardsale. The issue? Nothing! A little....ok a lot of excessive glue around the spider. But so what. Not gonna be seen. It functions and plays fine. SA is very picky about quality of their product. Oh the sub was 210 shipped to my doorstep. Can't beat that for being dam near new.
  15. I wonder that myself, 3vil. People buy a new amp then cheap out on the suggested power/ground for the amp, getting smaller sized gauge. It will strain the amp and "limit" its output. Ditch the 4 gauge, get you some 0 gauge. Your amp will thank ya and the ground thing is a must check. Bare metal to metal. Would like to know what the spray is used to spray over a fresh scraped grounding point to prevent rust/corrosion. Seen it on Youtube, cannot for the life of me find that vid again.