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    I wanted some honest feed back about this set up

    Whats up felas I just bought a truck its a 97 ranger club cab I bought this set up over the year. I want to see what you guys think this will sound. My amp is a jl audio 500/1 and i have 2 brand new mmats 15s the 2.0s I plan on building a slot ported box at the max size for spl and i wanted to run it all on 1 ohms I hope the amp can be stable at 1 ohms. Any honest feedback is great thanx







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    Re: I wanted some honest feed back about this set up

    umm dont run that amp at 1ohm, try to get ur final ohm load between 1.5-4 because that where the amp does its power.


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    Re: I wanted some honest feed back about this set up

    how do you get it to run that kind of load




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    Re: I wanted some honest feed back about this set up

    well what are the VC configs on the subs?



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    Re: I wanted some honest feed back about this set up

    there dual 4 ohms vc




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    Re: I wanted some honest feed back about this set up

    then wire them in series/parallel (check the Sticky in the wiring section) and you will have a 4 ohm load



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    Re: I wanted some honest feed back about this set up

    Quote Originally Posted by Acidburn
    then wire them in series/parallel (check the Sticky in the wiring section) and you will have a 4 ohm load
    yep

    i hope everything works out good



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