7400 block of bissonett? hell my cousin lives down the street, smack him for me :biggrin:
you have this guy, right ?
Factory specs say they do 625 x 1 at 2 ohms, and 1250 x 1 at 1 ohm... so already you're way underpowering some L7's just like pitbull suggested. But if thats what you got, thats what you got.
But first before I start suggesting any specific wiring for you, are the L7's your considering or already own 4 or 2 ohm dual voice coil versions?
cause you could do some funky wiring with that for a load on that amp...just dont expect the world on its output. The thing is, no matter how you wire it, one of the subs is going to be powered a bit more than the others.....you probably wouldnt really be able to tell too much. Is that amp something you own already or what?
YEA I ALREADY OWN IT. AND I ALREADY HAVE THE SUBS. DUR NEW IN A BOX GOT HOOKED UP ON THEM. I ALSO GOT A 700X4 FOR THE MIDS N HIGHS. U DONT THINK I KAN RUN JUST 1 OF THE SUBS WITH THAT AMP? I MITE JUST HAVE THE PROS DO IT AND SAVE MYSELF THE DILLEMA BUT I WANT TO BE ABLE TO KNOW WATS UP SO I DONT GET HUSTLED
IS SHOULD HAVE BUT I ONLY PAID 500 BUCKS FOR THEM I KOULDNT LET THAT OFFER GO. I CAN GET ANOTHER 1250X2 AMP BUT CANT N RETURN THEM AND IM NOT BOUT 2 SELL THEM EITHER. I HAVE FIGURED I GOT LIKE $2,OOO WORTH OF STUFF FOR ONLY $5OO BUCKS.
that would be good if you could daisy chain the amps (i dont think you can though, someone would have to double check me on that)... that way, each sub gets 832wattsRMS, which would be your ideal power input to each sub...
in other words, you'd be wrecking shit with a second amp only if it can be daisy chained so that the ending ohmage is 1.34ohms...
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