Type: Posts; User: vh5150
this thread is almost a year old. amp's long gone
That's all I needed to know. Thanks Arun.
BOSE = Better Off w/Something Else
Hi all - Haven't got around to my install yet and I'm pondering the thought of getting a double din w/navi. Thinking of the Pioneer Avic F900BT. I can't seem to find if it has time alignment or if...
did you cut pieces of the cld material and attach to your door? where exactly did you put the rope and foam? thanks.
yes. and bi-amped
Hello all - I'm looking to sell my BNIB Polk PA1100.5 amplifier. Was going to install in my 350Z roadster but its too big. Amp was purchased on C/L so unfortunately, there's no factory warranty but I...
saw a demo of the pdx's. they are indeed awesome.
Anyone need a PA1100.5?
So I'm going to install my amp in my trunk only to find out the pa1100.5 is too big unless I build a custom floorboard to mount it to (No thanks - guess I should have measured before I purchased it)....
Definitely new wires for the doors. Have you installed my extra SR's yet?
Either near Glendale / Burbank or Santa Clarita
After asking all kinds of questions and getting more responses and suggestions than I could have ever imagined (thanks to everyone!!!), I've found that I just don't have the time to install my system...
OK, so I'm cleaning out the closet yesterday and come across a brand new Rockford OEQ2 system EQ. Should I use it in the signal chain or just stick with the EQ'ing off of the HU?
As far as a better sounding / harder hitting sub, should I maybe purchase the IDQ 10 with a 2ohm dvc and run the sub output on the amp at 1ohm? In that configuration, I'd be running 600 watts to the...
still at around 10 o'clock or lower?
right. its a 4ohm dvc that is already wired for 2ohms. i guess my question is, if i run the sub channel at 2ohms (approx. 400 watts +/-) will i damage the woofer? according to the id website the rms...
So for 250rms, won't I need to rewire the sub for 4ohms? The PA's sub channel is 280x1 @ 4ohms. Can I run the sub @ 2ohms? I'd imagine the PA's sub channel @ 2ohms would be +/- 400 watts.
Sorry...forgot to add, the IDQ10 has an RMS of 250 watts / program power handling (??peak??) of 500watts.
OK..I removed my IDQ sub from the enclosure to verify which version I have. It's the older D4 v.2. It's wired for 2ohms, all connections soldered. Can I still run this with the sub channel off the...