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Amp is a RF r500.1 with a birth of 635

Subs RF r2d2-12 x2 250 rms each

I have a DD-1 and my thinking is if I used the dd-1 it'll have my amp around 550-600 but I only want 400 going to my subs so is using a dmm my best option to set my amp ?

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I don't really want to. The box is built for p2's but budget got cut short with twins on the way. A friend that owns a local shop have me the r2's out of his display wall. So just trying to make it work without destroying them although that would be fun. Lol

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i'm pretty sure your subs could handle 50-135 watts more even in a sealed box... i had my 4 12s in a sealed box with 500 rms over..........

also is there a way you can lower the sub output on your headunit??

4 Fi Q 12s In A Prius on 4 Crescendo BC2000D?! :WTFBubble: That's Absurd (!!!UNDER CONSTRUCTION!!!) go follow http://www.stevemeadedesigns.com/board/topic/190658-the-first-prius-with-4-12s/

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well ok,,, here your options

1.Oscilloscopes or SMD Audio Multimeter AMM-1

2.just back the gain down a little bit

3.rewire your sub ohms

4.lower your sub output on your headunit (if your headunit has a dedicated sub rca)

4 Fi Q 12s In A Prius on 4 Crescendo BC2000D?! :WTFBubble: That's Absurd (!!!UNDER CONSTRUCTION!!!) go follow http://www.stevemeadedesigns.com/board/topic/190658-the-first-prius-with-4-12s/

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