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Just installed some gear in my new daily driver, and as luck would have it, it looks like my battery is starting to give up. It's pretty old, so I have no complaints. I will list what I am working with and hopefully someone can tell me what is the best direction to go in.

2004 Toyota Corolla

Stock alternator

SKAR Audio RP-75.4AB

RMS Power @ 4 ohms : 75 watts x 4 (14.4v)

SKAR Audio RP-1500.1D

RMS Power @ 2 ohms : 930 watts x 1 (14.4)

I installed 1/0 cable from the battery to the amplifiers when I put them in.

What do you suggest/offer in the way of a battery? Any direction is greatly appreciated.

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Just installed some gear in my new daily driver, and as luck would have it, it looks like my battery is starting to give up. It's pretty old, so I have no complaints. I will list what I am working with and hopefully someone can tell me what is the best direction to go in.

2004 Toyota Corolla

Stock alternator

SKAR Audio RP-75.4AB

RMS Power @ 4 ohms : 75 watts x 4 (14.4v)

SKAR Audio RP-1500.1D

RMS Power @ 2 ohms : 930 watts x 1 (14.4)

I installed 1/0 cable from the battery to the amplifiers when I put them in.

What do you suggest/offer in the way of a battery? Any direction is greatly appreciated.

if you can fit it i would suggest a single d3100.

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Biggest you can fit

XS Power D5100, 2 D2700s, & 2 D975s

MechMan 220a Alt

DC 5K

Kicker 650.4

2 12 Ascendant Audio Mayhem's

Pioneer DEH-P7200HD

Rockford Fosgate 3sity.1

Build log: http://www.stevemeadedesigns.com/board/topic/166792-88-nissan-maxima-trunk-build/#entry2430899

http://www.stevemeadedesigns.com/board/topic/191439-lexus-is300-fi-crescendo-shca-rf-pics/

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4 hours ago, #Patriot76 said:

So when calculating the rms for battery size, do I take the rms of the amps or speakers. 

If you want more advice for your electrical system a new thread will help you more, but when you are determining the power you will be drawing you will look at the amps outputting that power. Not the subwoofer/speakers receiving the power. 

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