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    Question 20" kicker??!

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    Hello,
    The question to be answered is what do you want to use it for. Car or home. It could be used for both but was intended for car use. It would be a dedicated subwoofer no matter which application, not a full range speaker. Get rid of the tweet in the box for starters. I would check on the kicker website for more info on power ratings...minimums and such. Then go from there.

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    Wink Need a bit more

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    There should be a model number stamped somewhere on the backside of the driver either on the magnet structure or on the basket itself. Find it and send kicker an email and I am sure they will reply with some sort of specs for what you have.

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    Default Ill take a look

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    You should be able to just remove the screws from around the woofer to gain access to the back side.

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    You should be able to just remove the screws from around the woofer to gain access to the back side.

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    http://www.caraudioproducts.co.nz/kicker.html

    Its a New Zealand site, but they might be helpful.
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