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poorfish88

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  1. Great video Steve lots of good info on wire. Plus the dog was cool to watch. He thought the wire roll was a toy for a while till he realized just more car stereo stuff.
  2. I'd go 2 XL 12s ported and not 4 XL10s or LVL4 sealed. XLs are rated to handle 2200 watts, but if don't clip the shit out of em they can handle 3k. GL with your build.
  3. Pride audio is hardcore, damm, everything you guys touch slams!
  4. I know a guy that lost a phoenix gold "the one" amp " for no real reason........ just saying. I know a guy thats beat the fuck out of this audio pipe for 5 years ......... again.... just saying... not hate, no care, no worries.. Cool story
  5. True but I've owned other amps where the protect doesn't kick in til the amp is toast... Some of the older MTX amps were famous for it.
  6. My used DC 3.5k has stood up to me doing stupid shit to it on purpose, wiring it to .5 ohms and seeing voltage well into the 9s repeatedly. Plus, being a total dumbass when I first installed it a screw driver was touching the pos and neg speaker bolts coming out of my box oops, the amp went into protect instead of frying. DC audio amps are worth the money cause they are tough almost moron proof, and they have great custom service.
  7. Port area loooks too small to me. I'd go the a 3 to 3.25 width on the port and adjust from there your tuning.
  8. Love Dc audio here. Rusty, thanks for the great products, and awesome customer service!
  9. Belive it or not the manual states it's 2ohms bridged stable. Oh my bad, carry on then! I wasn't saying to do it.... I kinda think it's a misprint and should read unstable, they don't list any specs for it only stable.
  10. Did your car have some plastic with some black tar like glue to keep the rain away from the inner door? I'm pretty sure that is the same as SS butyl rope, it maybe different but it acts the same. I'm using SS rope to seal my SMD speaker terminal.
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