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  1. Thank you so much for the answer! And sorry that I didn't see it until now.
  2. Bassahaulic Productions on Facebook.
  3. I'm wired to 1 Ohm. I have 4x12 Ground Zero subs. My box is tuned to 27hz It's when I go lower than 30Hz my voltage start dropping badly, above 30hz it manages to stay in the high 13's. I only go full tilt to show it off though, or when I meet up with friends.
  4. I was talking about the AGM batteries I have now. The Lithium batts will be hooked up directly and charged by my alternator over time.
  5. So when the bank is assembled it's 40Ah if I'm understanding correctly? This will be a nice improvement over my AGM then I guess? I drive a lot though, and I only go full tilt on special occasions. So I'm probably getting more than I'm taking. I also charge my batteries sometimes but they are full only after 10-20 mins of charing (on slowest setting).
  6. Hello, I'm currently thinking of going over to Lithium in my daily vehicle. I currently have a Hertz HP 6001 amplifier that does 5000W at 1% THD (on paper). I have a stock alternator, but the big 3 with 0 gauge wiring. Under my hood is a Delkor 55Ah starting battery, and in the back I have a single 95Ah AGM battery. My gains are all set with the DD-1 using a -5dB test tone, and on full tilt, the worst drops goes down to 12.3~ volts. But while driving it manages to stay above 13v. My alternator charges at 14.4 - 14.5 volts average. So will it be "worth" it for me to buy 6 pieces of YinLong lithium cells, 40Ah version. Link to cells: https://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/Ready-to-ship-High-quality-Yinlong_60775914163.html?spm=a2700.7724838.2017115.1.4a137a60VvvBUt&s=p My friend bought 12 of these and had great results. But I'm not sure if it's going to be a big improvement over my 55Ah + 95Ah AGM/acid battery. So what do you guys think? I don't have much experience when it comes to batteries/electricity, so I would love to get someones opinion before potentially buying.
  7. But my subs only play 200Hz, maybe one day I will get the 63Hz and experience world's best bass! Should I buy a capacitor maybe?
  8. Just get a bassknob that connects to the RCA's?
  9. I drop to 12.x at idle while revving the engine to about 2000-2500 RPM. Is this bad for the engine? I can stay over 13v while driving. Considering buying Lithium batteries in the future.
  10. The one I bought had the same image displayed with the "RoyalSell" on it. I think I bought it from SkyHighCarAudio's page on amazon (?) Anyways, it did not have that print in real life, and I got the real product. EDIT: This is the exact one I bought: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00802PJ7O/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 From SkyHighCarAudio on Amazon.
  11. Hello, I just bought a 2-Channel amplifier to power my new SPL tweeters. I'm a bit confused on how I should use my DD-1 to set the gain properly though. From the manual: 5. Using included harness, connect DD-1 to output of amplifier. Connect the red harness lead to the Left Speaker (+) terminal, connect the black to Amplifier Ground. (Note: Most multi-channel amplifiers have the signal on Left (+) and Right (-). So I put the positive lead from the DD-1 to the Left Speaker positive, and the negative probe into the negative power connection on the amplifier? Can I just stick it in the 0 gauge negative, like if I were testing voltage with a multimeter? I just had to ask here to be 100% sure, don't wanna blow anything up.
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