Type: Posts; User: delvryboy
there's PM's...what ya talkin' about:confused:
i find "Jesus is coming" highly amusing yet offensive
i must say...extremely interesting....makes my life seem sooo boring
glad to hear it!....now comes the tetious task of installing the deadner...thats what i consider the worst part of car audio...lol
there will be no movie viewing award givin'
all you recieve is (1) bozo button:D
still missing the best part...regardless if there is a dealer near you...tell him you are from the forums and you automaticaly get the discount....he's not on club polk....but tell him you got the...
for the burtus i would use a minimum of 4awg for the power and ground....it also depends on the length
imo...i would just use a run of 1/0 back to the trunk...that'll more than likely support...
so probably about 2x50w @4ohm...not bad for 50 bucks
i use the original damplifier...i think ant has upgraded it ...and it runs the same price...he's a great guy...and his company is really taking off....with alot of new products on the horizen
secondskin great product...great guy to deal with....he started that business on the forums...tel him you heard about it from me and he'll give a little discount to you;)
i have used...dynomat...
reread the whole thing...lol;) i meant to quote x_projectneon_x but quoted cody by mistake....thats when jstas jumped all over my azz
just to give you a round about idea.....for a 32hz tune the ports should be 11.54" long each...i probably wouldn't go any higher than 35hz...which is 9.34" each
i have to run...but what is your...
if you post your internal dimensions of the box and the number and diameter of the ports you used....we can check the port length for you
sounds great...my only concern is the 4 ports...did you use a box design or modeling program to figure out your port length?
it will match up very good
the brutus has 2 sets of outputs...inside they are connected together....so basicaly there is one positive and one negative but 2 terminals for ease of wiring
when you wire both subs in...
definatly worth the extar few bucks ...there is also the bx1000 that will put out i believe 700w at 2ohm...but i believe the 1500 would be a wise choice...it really leaves alot of room for upgrades...
looks like you need an amp that will put out around 800-1000w 2 2 ohms(wire the subs in parallel=2ohm)
i would need a few to find some amps....but to give you an idea..mtx and RF amps put out...
whats the voice coil configuration....i would personally get 1 mono amp that can supply enough power for both subs
is this the same slim i know?
actually....if you reread the original post, you will find that it is 2-part...first problem is that his amp only puts out 500w and he is looking for 1000w....the second part asks if there is a way...
hmm...i think we should keep this thread under wraps;)
if it's stored on your harddrive...use the 'add attach' button or browse at the bottom of your post screen....if it's on the web....right click on the pic...then choose properties....copy the...
imo...while that would be a great setup....it is missing that zing that that truck deserves....something different...yah know?...4 ported 6x9's behind your seat tryin' to rip your head off:D