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  1. I have searched and haven’t really answered my question. I am going to be installing some older equipment Into my new car. The sub setup I have not determined yet as I need to know more information on this amp. I keep seeing that it is rare and super underrated. The line output converter I’m going to use is the audio control lc2i so that I have a volume knob on the dash. I will also be running a external low pass crossover at 120hz as this amp does not have that feature. I want to run a single sub in the trunk. Amp is rated 200 rms at 4ohms. But I heard that you can run this at 2 ohms. Does anyone have experience with that? Also, should I run a single 4 ohm sub or a 2 ohm dvc at 4 ohms? Thank you guys.
  2. Instead of taping wire I like to get the input and output harness for behind the radio. Then run quality rca’s back to the trunk and unplug the factory sub and amp. https://www.installer.com/cars/by_car.php?carid=11707
  3. I have searched and haven’t really answered my question. I am going to be installing some older equipment Into my new car. The sub setup I have not determined yet as I need to know more information on this amp. I keep seeing that it is rare and super underrated. The line output converter I’m going to use is the audio control lc2i so that I have a volume knob on the dash. I will also be running a external low pass crossover at 120hz as this amp does not have that feature. I want to run a single sub in the trunk. Amp is rated 200 rms at 4ohms. But I heard that you can run this at 2 ohms. Does anyone have experience with that? Also, should I run a single 4 ohm sub or a 2 ohm dvc at 4 ohms? Thank you guys. BEN
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