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A sundown salt 4K on two sundown X12v2 d4 running @1ohm . Subs in a Gately 4.0 cubic enclosure, so tad under sized . Would you use the sun sonic or off. Got it off now only played  low volume so far . 

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100% you need your subsonic engaged, the SALT 4K will put out more than 4K, not only will protect your subs but can also reduce the amp operating temperature among other benefits.

 

The frequency you set your subsonic filter is calculated as 0.75 x tuning frequency of the box.

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19 hours ago, Joe X said:

100% you need your subsonic engaged, the SALT 4K will put out more than 4K, not only will protect your subs but can also reduce the amp operating temperature among other benefits.

 

The frequency you set your subsonic filter is calculated as 0.75 x tuning frequency of the box.

I have a smd CC1 was looking at setting to 25hz but many people telling me turn it off the X series can play lower no problem. Would I hear any issues before it’s to late damaged caused or best to just set to 25hz lol .

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The SALT 4k can put out 6106W uncertified @14.3V so let's say 3000W per driver:

 

Box: tuning is 32Hz net volume 2cubic feet per driver.

 

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As you can see you hit Xmax at 23Hz, going over Xmax produces distortion and likely coil heating.

 

 

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