i got 2 12" DVC 1000 watt speakers and a rockford fosgate 3002. what's the best way to wire them so that i get the best bass response and don't blow or overheat my amp(i blew the last amp)? thanks
okay, u still didnt answer the question... are they DVC 4ohm, or DVC 2ohm???Originally posted by caddyking@Aug 21 2005, 05:21 PM~3665948
[attachmentid=251097]they r the 1000w volvenhag's... i know they are not a real good brand but i paid 50 bucks for both in a box
a 2-channel amp that produces 800watts - 1000watts RMS bridged at 4ohms or a monoblock amp that produces 800watts-1000watts RMS @ 1ohm (you would be paying ALOT of money for a monoblock amp that can produce that range of wattage at 4ohms, so thats why i say 1ohm) will be exactly what you need to stretch those bitches peak to peak...Originally posted by caddyking@Aug 22 2005, 04:48 PM~3670560
thanks, i'm gonna upgrade eventually.
well shit, then the rockford you got is suitable for the subs... that really sucks tho, how can they say it will handle 500watts each, when a legacy blew them up with what, 200watts RMS per sub?Originally posted by The Assassyn@Aug 22 2005, 09:40 PM~3672459
Careful with those speakers. They will not take even half of their rated RMS without distortion. I gave my brother a set for his lincoln it lasted for like two months. Blew them both with a 400x2 legacy amp.
Just a heads up.