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    jl 250/1

    hey guys..my wife drives a 2006 honda pilot on which she wants to replace the factory amp
    and subwoofer.my she already looked around for the subwoofer she wants and its a
    Pioneer TS-SW2501S4 10-Inch.the question is.will the JL 250/1 be sufficient for that sub or will she
    need a stronger amp???

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    Re: jl 250/1

    i recommend stepping up to the 500/1,and with stock electrical you should get approx. 250rms out of the amp,even the 300/1 you are looking at 160 rms below 14.4v,didnt find the sub, but i believe its a svc 4ohm sub with 300rms,a dvc 2ohm subwoofer will allow more/most out of the amplifier @2ohms,getting the most out of the amplifier for your money




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    Re: jl 250/1

    Ive got a 500/1 for sale




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    Re: jl 250/1

    Look into the jl audio j2 500.1 they are rated at 300rms at 4 ohms

    if I remember right, and I got mine for $75.00


    Edit: the j2 500.1 puts out. 340w at 4ohms, and the sub is rated at 300, so it might be a little much




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    Re: jl 250/1

    Quote Originally Posted by MutantDreams View Post
    Look into the jl audio j2 500.1 they are rated at 300rms at 4 ohms

    if I remember right, and I got mine for $75.00


    Edit: the j2 500.1 puts out. 340w at 4ohms, and the sub is rated at 300, so it might be a little much
    keep the gain minimum, and you will be just fine




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    Re: jl 250/1

    i seen on ebay the jl audio jx500/1.and is rated at the same as the jl 500/1. whats the difference here?which one is a better buy?




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    Re: jl 250/1

    the ratings on these amps are at 14 volts.the battery outputs 12 volt.so how do i get 14 volts.
    sorry if the question is kind of stupid but im new to this..




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    Re: jl 250/1

    When your alternator is running, it produces between 13.8 and 14.4 volts, but when the car is off it only produces 12-12.8




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    Re: jl 250/1

    looks like the jx500/1 is a newer model,and puts out good power continus at 12.5v, and has an unregulated supply,even better specs than the jx500/1d.if it were me..id get the jx500/1




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