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    DEI 1100D and PG ti10's

    OK, I just got a Directed 1100D amp that puts out:
    * 1100 Watts RMS @ 1 Ohms
    * 750 Watts RMS @ 2 Ohms
    all @ 14V.

    Now, I am planning on buying 2 Phoenix Gold Titanium 10" subs. They are rated at 500Wrms a piece and are offered in SVC 4 ohm or DVC (4 ohm+4 ohm) versions. For my purpose (golfcart, lol), I will only be able to run the amp from a large 12V battery, and I want minimum current draw while still being able to make these subs pound. I know I should get the DVC subs to be able to run at 1 ohm and get the most power possible, but I can only find the SVC for cheap prices and they are SVC 4 ohm a piece so I would only be able to run at 2 ohms for under 750 Wrms (@12V) a sub. 350Wrms a piece is not enough for these subs or is it?This amp, like most, is more efficient at 2 ohm than 1 ohm, but not by much (about 8% efficiency difference), meaning it wouldn't draw that much more current at 1 ohm, so that probably shouldn't matter much right? If I can find the DVC ones, should I just get those and run to 1 ohm? Basically, which version of the subs would you get? Thanks.







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    Re: DEI 1100D and PG ti10's

    well are these subs going in a box? running that amp at 2 ohms with those subs should be fine. i have a jbl600.1 on my pg ti svc 10's and they pound.




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    Re: DEI 1100D and PG ti10's

    Yes, they're going in a sealed box, probably about 1 cu. ft. a piece. Good to see your subs do fine with the power I'm thinking of running them at. I'm pretty certain I blew the last pair of subs due to amplifier clipping so I just want to make sure they have enough power at 2 ohms.




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    Re: DEI 1100D and PG ti10's

    with 1cuft like mine are in, running at 2 ohms will be plenty for you. pg recommends real small boxes and mine is bigger than spec. but i get low real easy. you will be very pleased.




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    Re: DEI 1100D and PG ti10's

    Thanks, that's exactly what I was wanting to hear. Look's like I'll be ordering those SVC ti10's pretty soon and just running at 2 ohm. With the price of these speakers you can't lose.




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    Re: DEI 1100D and PG ti10's

    yeah man. you can find them for like $145 shipped. i paid $165 a few months ago. but for 145 they are soo worth it. you will be very happy.




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