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I have recently gotten a sundown audio zv4 15" d2. I'm looking for an amp that will power it along with a secondary battery and then the best way to build a box to go into a Toyota Corolla trunk
Whether it's sub port back, sub back port back etc
What are some great amp brands that will rms 2000-3500 watts and sustain play
It can be bang for buck or bigger price range
Also would a aero port be better or regular port space wise and effiecency wise
Thank you very much
Hey all on this forum. I have a debate whether I want to use 2 old school Rockford Fosgate 1001BD power amps to push 2 MTX Audio 9515-44s or instead go for an American Bass PH-4000 MD to push them @ 1ohm. Power consumption isn't really a concern but I want to know if it's worth getting 2 RF amps or just having one amp to push them both.
What is the general community consensus on the use of welding cabe instead of cable sold for car audio? I can get 1/0 OFC 105deg rated welding cable of about 3.26 a foot but i can only get 1/0 sold for car audio for about 11.50 a foot(this is from a trusted shop that would not screw me I think). Is there something Im missing here like the only disadvantage is weding cable will not be as flexabule. thank you for your time
Alright guys, Its been quite awhile since I've been on here and I'm hoping to get some input.
1. Daily driven trunk car, IF I meter it will be just for fun.
2. Weight concerns me.
3. 320a alt and a D4700 is already up front.
4. I have 2 D3400's I don't think I want to use anymore.
5. SCV-6000D is the amp going to be used.
Would 2 XP3000's be sufficient enough to run this daily? I need Batteries with better RC and Ah then the D3400's. I would really like to stay at or below 150lbs if possible 160 at the highest.
Any sane and logical input is much appreciated, I've always believed if I needed an answer or input for anything CA related and I don't have an answer or a really good idea this is the best place to ask it.
I recently ordered a soundqubed HDC 3.15 D1, (thanks to helpful recommendations from members here), and am hung up on which amp to order. I was warned a 2000 watt amp would require full electrical upgrades. I believe I'm currently running the stock 117 amp alternator (will confirm that soon) in my 98 jeep cherokee with a gm-d8604 amp to four coax speakers. I will be upgrading my battery cables and alternator cables to 1 awg soon. If I went with the q1-2200.2 what would be the best but cheapest way to power that? I've looked into h.o. alternators but I'm not sure. Additional batteries? I know the HDC 3.15 can take more but how much power would the q1-1200.2 require and what minimum electrical upgrades would I need for that? Any other amp suggestions for the HDC 3,15 with minimal electrical upgrades needed? Thanks for all the help, I'm trying to search for box plans myself, but any advice on that is welcome too.
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