Originally Posted by sseidriver97
yeah lol dude im going to be honest i know how to hook stereo equipment up when it comes to tuning systems i have not teh slightest clue lol but i've seen his previous system the xta600 and it powerd nice but i havent seen this setup yet
Yeah, tuning is definitely the hard part. It takes alot of patience. With the setup I have now it'* my first time running active, so if you're having a hard time with tuning on a passive setup, active increases the difficulty 10 fold
It'* not necessarily that it'* hard to do, it just takes way longer to get it tuned just how you want it. There are far more adjustments to do and by default, more things to screw up
But I'll tell you what, the gains to be had by running active make it all worth it
Originally Posted by white4d96
If he can find 2 gauge he could probably get by with that but he really needs some 1/0 love.
Also, like I said before, GROUNDS GROUNDS GROUNDS! Beefing up my batt-chassis grounds netted me a half a volt charging, and a more efficient charging system. You can't half-*** this unless you want magic smoke to pour out of your amps, subs, and possibly the rest of your electrical, and when the magic smoke comes out, they tend to not work again =P
Yep, at least 2ga
But knowing him, 1500 watts isn't going to be the highest power he'* ever gonna go with so he really should just bite the bullet and go 0ga so he doesn't have to rip it out yet again.
I had the same result when I did the big 3, I gained half a volt