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  1. Setting 4 channel amp to 3 ch

    General Car Audio Discussion
    Hello guys im looking for help. I want upgrade stock car audio with aftermarket. I bought new front speakers and want to add a sub but i don't know with what amp to go im new to car audio and don't know much about it. i thought about using 4 channel amp (ground zero gzia 4115 hpx-ii) 1/2 channel...
  2. Two Different RMS Ratings.. Which to choose?

    General Car Audio Discussion
    I'm installing my components, their specs give two different RMS ratings (JBL GTO609C). Spec sheet says: Power Handling Continuous Average: 90W's Recommended Amp RMS Power Range: 5W-200W and Peak Power Handling: 270W. My amp will do 100W per channel, but I could bridge it so I can get 200W's...
  3. 2 subs in isobaric enclosure @ 6ohms?

    General Car Audio Discussion
    I've had a box with 2 crunch 12" subs, a RF punch 60ix amp and an MTX rtx01 xover for about 17 years now. It hasn't been hooked up for about 9 yrs or so. I paid someone to do the wiring and hooking everything up originally. I have an 05 Nissan altima with the factory bose system and I want to...
  4. Hertz HPD4

    General Car Audio Discussion
    Help! Can anyone tell me if the Hertz HPD4 can be bridged into two channel for a 2 ohm load. In other words, I have two 10" subs DVC, 4 ohm + 4 ohm wired for for 2 ohms. If so ...where can I get the wiring intructions for this. Thanks for your help!
  5. Bridged - Sound difference?

    Technical & Advanced Car Audio Discussion
    Howdy. I am running two Kicker 07C104 subs in a sealed box with ~1.2ft3 each, powered by an MTX TA5302. Last night I very excitedly unboxed a mint old school Punch 150 for a little test and tune. First I hooked them up stereo, each to their own channel. This is how I had them wired on the MTX...
  6. 150 watts - bridge 4 channel or get a 2 channel?

    Technical & Advanced Car Audio Discussion
    My front stage is a set of DLS UP6i comps. that are rated for 150 watts RMS. I am currently running them on 2 channels of an ED Nine.4 amp (about 65-75 watts). Once I get my separate sub amp installed I will have the other two channels available to bridge which will get me about 150 watts. My...
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