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    easy way of testing a sub

    WHat wuld you say is the easiest way of testing a sub?? I have 1 mtx rfl in an enclosure, a stinher 3400 watt wireing kit and 2 jbl 1200.1's. I want to test it and see what it is like before installing it just in case i want to sell it instead. WOuld I hook it up to my car or like a stereo in my room??
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    Re: easy way of testing a sub

    um you'd have to hook it up in your car, just open the hood run the battery, run ground to about anything, run rcas from the back of hu, then make sure you wire the sub correctly.



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    Re: easy way of testing a sub

    Plug it into a wall socket.



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    Re: easy way of testing a sub

    Quote Originally Posted by Gauntlet
    Plug it into a wall socket.

    it could probably handle it




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    Re: easy way of testing a sub

    ya ok.... NOT




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    Re: easy way of testing a sub

    Quote Originally Posted by paintball9908
    ya ok.... NOT
    Didn't your mother ever tell you that a stupid question deserves a stupid answer?

    If you want to "test" the sub, then install it and listen. It's not brain surgery.



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    Re: easy way of testing a sub

    Quote Originally Posted by Matador
    just hook it up to a home receieveer if u dont wanna do a lot of work.
    I dont think a home receiver could put out enough power to even get that thing moving.




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