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    1 ohm stable amp @ .75 ohm. Is it safe?

    For any amp in general.







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    Re: 1 ohm stable amp @ .75 ohm. Is it safe?

    should be ok. make sure you have good power. 12v-14v. to support the current draw. what amp, what is your alt charging and how many batteries do you have




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    Re: 1 ohm stable amp @ .75 ohm. Is it safe?

    ur going to get a million responses about box rise saying yes....so yes box rise will be ok for u




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    Re: 1 ohm stable amp @ .75 ohm. Is it safe?

    Quote Originally Posted by Imtjnotu View Post
    ur going to get a million responses about box rise saying yes....so yes box rise will be ok for u
    post 4 = 3 responses 999,997 more to go.

    mine rises from 1.2 to 2.1 I believe




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    Re: 1 ohm stable amp @ .75 ohm. Is it safe?

    I think its a 170 amp alt in there now, I didn't add extra batteries yet because I don't need them with the power I'm running now. But I want to run two amps, one to each speaker that are 1800 rms each with amps that will put that out at 1 ohm.




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    Re: 1 ohm stable amp @ .75 ohm. Is it safe?

    lol better get a battery bank going now




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    Re: 1 ohm stable amp @ .75 ohm. Is it safe?

    That will get added. lol




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    Re: 1 ohm stable amp @ .75 ohm. Is it safe?

    Whats the best way to measure box rise..?




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    Re: 1 ohm stable amp @ .75 ohm. Is it safe?

    Clamp it



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    Re: 1 ohm stable amp @ .75 ohm. Is it safe?

    Quote Originally Posted by tc300 View Post
    Whats the best way to measure box rise..?
    Dayton WT3 will do an impedence sweep quickly. Every frequency will be a different impedence, most above nominal.

    I'd say any decent amp that claims 1 ohm stable should drive a .75 ohm nominal load.




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