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- QuestionWhat would be a good amp to power 2 ofthese would it need to be 1000 rms (0 Answers)
- QuestionWill this sub fix in a 11 3/8 cutout custom box (1 Answer)Answers
The recommended cutout diameter is 10 11/16. The recommended depth (top mounted) is 5 13/16 The recommended depth (rear mounted) is 6 5/8. Sealed box volume is 0.71-1.06 Ported box volume is 1.6-1.56 Ideal volume is 1.46 Specs from the manufacturer. I don't know which one of these dimensions you are referring to specifically so I hope this helps.
- QuestionDo the wires come with this? (2 Answers)Answers
- QuestionDoes this fit 2013 kia optima ex (2 Answers)
- Question$150 for one or two subs? (2 Answers)
- Questionif i got two of these, with a ported box, what size amp should i get? i drive a mini van so its gonna slam!! (1 Answer)Answers
- Questionwill i get 500 RMS, with this amp ? Alpine - 500W Class D Digital Mono Amplifier with Low-Pass Crossover (2 Answers)Answers
This sub should handle 500watts just fine. I bought the Alpine MRV-M500 amp to power this sub (500watts @ 2ohms), excellent combo, no issues so far. Plenty of bass for realistic everyday listening. Alpine sends a little card in the amp box that says how much RMS power that specific unit put out during testing, mine said 541watts. So, yes you will get at least 500 watts. Make sure you use a quality amp wiring kit... I used Kicker's 4 gauge OFC (oxygen free copper) kit with my amp/sub setup and I haven't had any power issues - my sub plays deep and loud, the amp stays cool and my lights don't dim. Hope this helps!
- QuestionIs this for a pair or one (2 Answers)
- QuestionWhat amp would best suit three of these? (1 Answer)
- QuestionI just bought one of these and when i turn the volume past 18 it hits this random low frequency and just pushes up and down even if the volume is off on the radio deck, anyone know why? And if not can i have geek swuad install it for me? If so how much? (1 Answer)Answers
Your gain dial on your amp is not a volume dial. Unplug your amp and slowly turn up your volume till your other speakers become just barely distorted. Then back off by 2. This is the max volume you should go to on your deck period. Then hook up your amp and slowly dial your gain nob up till you hear mild distortion, playing Tha type of music you like, try multiple songs. When you rear distortion, at your decks safe volume level, back off the gain and you'll be happy.
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