Would this size amp blow my Sub/speakers?

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  • Would this size amp blow my Sub/speakers?


Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 09:21
Check for the ohms rating suggested on the amp. It may be 4 ohms x 2, 8 ohms x 1, 4 ohms x 4, etc. It may also have separate woofer connections too. The size and power will not much matter. But still the ohms rating should not exceed as the power will be drawn from the amp. If rating is under, the speaker gets heated and coil blows off.
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Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 14:46
Buy a capacitor and a crossover, you should be able to set a limiter on your deck depending on what type it will prevent your subs from clipping. They have to slam running that much, it's not nessecarily bad to run a lot of power to your subs, one of the world records was set by a guy in my area with one subwoofer and he had so much power running to it, best of luck - Dev
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