Shyt I don't know the the heck I got now, to be honest!
But if it really doesn't run 600 rms, I feel like I got lied to and wasted weeks of my time.
U got a 300 watt amp dude sell all that stuff and build a new setup
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No where near 600 for sure
So basically I couldn't find my number I was looking for on the DMM because the amp cant even put out that much power in the first place?
So I guess I can just crank the gain full power and don't even have to worry about over powering my subs since the amp cannot put out that much power anyways , right?
Team Starr Mountain Nuthugger #4
Bought From: outsideshot23, bigguy2010, SAZCLASSD, centergod79, SPLaudio, JCRF71, Vertex Audio, assassin1840, woofercooker, double 07
Sold To: ChucklezZ, Davecub14
1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Sedan: (2) C&D 102AH Trunk Batteries, Needs Big 3
Sub stage: Custom SPLaudio 12" DC Lvl 5 m1 motor Dual 2-Ohm
Box: 1.75ft^3 ported @ 31hz
Sub Amp: Cadence ZRS C5 (5,100w RMS 1-Ohm @ 14.4v)
U still cant do that
Well thanks for a lot of nothing underfire, just a waste of time and money $
If these are the REAL specs,
If I bridge it at 2 ohms, what should I look for on the DMM?
I just want to listen to bass until I find someone off CL to buy some of this shyt
Those subs will only handle what that amp does u still need to do the math
The number u need is 24.49 ..u probably arent going to get much output out of this setup..ive got some good 12s for sale if u wana upgrade
Can you confirm i'm doing it right, i don't fully 100% understand how the power acts when you bridge and drop the ohms etc.
So SQ of 300? Im looking for a 17 on the dmm