Panasonic deck skips
I recently added two subs to my not-even-registered-on-the-scale-budget build in my crown vic.
Before I had 1 15" in a sealed box (seemed as loud, everything vibrated about the same) and a 12" in a sealed box (definatley not as loud or as much vibration)
all of my subwoofer setups were off the same amp, with the same wiring, with the same deck
Running full tilt with my 350 raging watts of power, I get a 13.8 at the amp and battery, so Im going to rule out voltage drop. I did remove the deck from the dash and play it, didnt skip but got ungodly hot
Now though, when I try to turn my stereo up to above a normal volume my CD player skips. I know I've seen cars doing 150+ with a cd deck and know for a fact that my stereo might strugle putting up over a 120. What did I do wrong.
If I hit a bump in the road or railroad tracks it doesnt skip (usually)
I might go ahead and get a video together of what happens.
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Car: 1993 Ford Crown Vic LX
HU: Panasonic CQ-C700U
Speaker Amp: Audiopipe AP2002
Sub Amp: Audiopipe AP18001
Sub: 15" Kicker L7
Box: 5.5 cu.ft. @ 35Hz w/ 68sq.in. of port
Front Speakers: Alpine Type R 5x7
Wiring: 1/0 Knu Wire, 4ga Stinger Wire, Knu Distribution Blocks, 1/0 Knu "Big Three", Fosgate RCAs
Accesories: AudioControl Epicenter