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    SX 1250.1 Help

    Hope i'm in the right spot here. I have an SX 1250.1 comp'd all year last year at local comps in the high class (600W and above in this contest) only to do some reasearch this year before starting and finding lots of reference to the 1250.1 producing 312W at 4 ohms. However I can't find anything set in stone proving this. Anyone have any resources. This would put me in the mid class. I am in small town IA so finding people to participate is tough let alone keeping rules up and well lets put it this way I got 3rd over all last year when I comp'd in the wrong class according to those specs. I'd rather not have to do that this year.

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    Pioneer AVH-P6600DVD
    Kicker Solo-Baric L7's (2)
    Kicker 1250.1 Amp
    Kicker 750.4 Amp
    Stinger 20 Farad Hybrid Cap
    Memphis Componet Sets (2)

    All this running in a 1998 Trans Am with the hatch box from subthump.com. I've setup the amp to the best of my ability and all. Last year I hit 142.8 (SPL) at my peak. This sound about right to everyone or do you think i've got some tuneing to do. If so any advice is greatly apreciated.
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    Re: SX 1250.1 Help

    if your in the 600 and up class, why not run it in the recommended 1 ohm load??



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    Re: SX 1250.1 Help

    I am running at 1 Ohm but to enter the contest your supposed to give the 4 ohm wattage of the amp. Kicker does not rate this amp at 4 ohm's however i've seen numerous posts to other boards and web pages that refer to it have 312W at 4 ohms.




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    Re: SX 1250.1 Help

    Quote Originally Posted by bstamper
    I am running at 1 Ohm but to enter the contest your supposed to give the 4 ohm wattage of the amp. Kicker does not rate this amp at 4 ohm's however i've seen numerous posts to other boards and web pages that refer to it have 312W at 4 ohms.
    oh...ok, yea, at a 4 ohm, it will be alot less that 1250..



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