Originally Posted by raptor660
Ok OK.. LOL... I have buddies that r professional installs in car audio shops and are looking at this post and pointing and laughing.. There is little truth to this.
actually clipping is thee number 1 cause of subs going out unless in a comp and the people are givin hell. im running around 2k to a 1500 rms sub and never got it warm. so ther is lots of truth as far as clipping goes. and i go by alot of people who are known in the audio world. i know blackfriday is one who will agree with me on that lol. i meen to be fair it wont be that way on a no name brand or a more entry level sub. i wll say for daily music and not alot of low lows needed then 35 -40 would be good for a variety of music. mine is tuned to 37 and hits the lows and highs just fine. adjust the x over right and no probs. like blackfriday said adjust the subsonic no less then the tunigh of the box and that wont cause over heating on the coil. oh yeah..... LOUD BASS FTW HAHAHAHAAAA
just have some fun with it thogh bonne99. if your not buildin a huge compe system then have fun and change things til your happy. if your having a tough time gettin there thn you have been bit by the audio bug and will most likely never be lol