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Old 11-30-2009, 01:31 PM   #11
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Those audioque amps look very nice for the price. The 2200D looks pretty good, do you think it could power the type rs at 2 ohms?
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it would give about 500-600 at 2omhs, would be pretty nice and if ever wanted to upgrade to bigger/higher powered subs you would have 2200 watts @ 1omh ready already lol. they also come with a clip light on the bass *** that tells ya when the amp is clipping(dirty signal which kills subs) very nice amps
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Ya i e-mailed em and they said it gives out 1300 watts at 2 ohms. Is there any way i could wire the type rs to a 1 ohms load. They are the dual 2 ohms and the only wiring diagrams i can find show the impendence at the amp as 0.5 ohms and i dont think the amp could handle that. You think 600 watts to each sub is enough?

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600 would be fine, a lil under powerd at that ohm but ported boxes can be pretty efficiant. and down the road you will have the option of alot more power lol. im starting to talk myself into trying one next year lol i forgot the pricing until i shot ya the link lol
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Im gunna stay with sealed thats what i have it in right now.
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ha i was a lil off...i was thinking about the 15"*, they are 750 rms and the 12"* are 500rms so in this situation you would be doing great with that amp. it will do the power needed at the right ohms with more power to spare. and will be just fine in that sealed box
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I noticed that all audioque amps do not have fuses on the amplifier itself, what does that mean? I was also wondering about the crossovers on it, it has the 24db/octave crossover with a low pass and subsonic filter, and i was lookin at the rockford fosgate p1000 and its got a 12db/octave crossover. Would the 24 db crossover sound fine even though its not as steep a bass roll off as the p1000.

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the xover is variable so it can be adjusted and work just fine. just more variable than the RFs. im trying to find the fuse info far it. if its external fusing you just put a inline fuse holder close to the amp like you would with the inline under your hood to the batt.
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yup 200 amp fuse for that.
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So your sayin i need two fuses on the power wire, one near the battery and one near the amp?
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