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    jbl 1200.1

    the jbl 1200.1 is rated at 122 watts at 2ohms with a 12.5v current. can i get more power out of it with a 13.8v current? like a few hundred watts or somthin?







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    a little bit more power. But it probably won't be noticeable.



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    oh ya. where is the cheapest place to buy it at. it seems like all the websites prices went up in the last while. like a lot on those amps. i was lookin at them tonight and the cheapest i found it was for 375 and i know ive seen them for around like 300




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    Go on Ebay. I found a couple of them for like $269. I think ikesound has some good deals on them right now too.




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    If you are lookin for better performance from your sub amp yes like ramos said you will get only a little difference with more voltage to the amp, but you could also go with a preamp (a good one) and that will give you better signal from the deck and a noticable difference in sound. Plus some of them have a sub volume on them as well



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