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Here is a Fusion NV-AM25001. Have two. Yea that's cheese in the pic.....My brother is using one while I build my box. I can't really comment on how they run since I haven't used em yet. They push my bro's 15 very well wired to 2 ohm. Supposedly they do over rated....but hell you can't believe everything you read!!! Hopefully they are "efficient" LOL...
Hi guys, thought you might want to look at my build since you guys are into walls, unlike Australians. Some parts are copy and paste from an Aussie forum, so stick with it if it doesnt make any sense ... Anyways, i've had a Hyundai Excel (accent to you) walled with 4 18's and a 4kw amp on one PC2150. For such cheap gear, it hit LOW, and did consistant 150's sealed at 32hz. But that took its toll, and between lows and the weight of the wall the car started giving up the ghost; Although i got addicted to that sealed diamond sound, plenty of lows So i needed a new ride, something with more space and more acoustically friendly. This is where Mike (Charger) helped me decide to get a Jackaroo AKA Trooper like him. Was hoping to pick up a 2 door like him, but there were'nt any going, 4 door had to do. After a trip out to some dodgy suburbs and $3k later, i had this driven away with a year of registration; A problem: playing tunes while parked means contorting ones hand over the auto stick Solution: flip out screen Solved: While i was at the hardware store, i grabbed a couple pieces of MDF.... But as i went to take out i felt the urge for a wood-nap. Must be too soft First layer snug http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f370/RAD...oo/100_0570.jpg Had NFI how to do the roof, i just chucked 2x4 up to give the MDF something to hold onto. After that i went for a trip to the BAD side of town. But as a surprise, rather than someone taking something, they put somethin in: 8 Odyssey PC1700's, not bad for $150 AUD when they retail at $650. Roof on: Working night in my shed, too small
A friend of mine got a new car due to the old one getting hit and sadly the system didnt make it. The first thing he did when he got his new car home was call me up and to plan out his next system. In his old car we put in two sa12's on a Soundqubed 1200.1 and it sounded great in his accord. He gave me his budget to work with and I got to work. This time I decided to go a different route with the subs and amp and we are going with two DC lvl2 12's on a Crescendo S1500.1. I will be ordering a SHCA 4g OFC kit here soon and I just got the Clarion HU in today (not sure what model, will check when I get home). This will be nothing big but just something simple to get the bass he wants in his daily driver. Enough talk, onto the pictures. I will get the pictures of the HU up when I get home. More to come.
So I called Crutchfield about adding a subwoofer system to my wife's 2014 Fusion Titanium Hybrid. She has had large systems in her last few vehicles, and does not want to stop here. However, a discussion with Crutchfield left me with some pretty disappointing information. He informed me that if I wanted to add an amplifier, it would have to be 350 watts or less, and a fuse no larger than 30 amps. I am aware that I will need to disable the Active Noise Cancellation mics in the headliner to avoid interference. My problem is this: My wife wants at least 500 watts RMS. Using the following equipment, does anyone see a problem with a modest 500 watt RMS system? 2nd battery: NVX XHC600 12V High Current Car Audio Power Cell Battery battery isolator: NVX BIR500 500 Amp Relay Isolator (BIR500) - Sonic Electronix capacitor: NVX XCAP1F True 1.0 Farad Digital Capacitor w/Distribution Block Wired in this fashion: http://www.nvx.com/media/wysiwyg/BIR500.pdf Like I said, my target here is 500 watts RMS. See any reason why this shouldn't work?