Quote from profundus-sanus on ROE:
okay....i'm going to give you every opportunity to answer my questions for you.
why would you condemn the customer for buying a product from the cheaper place? If it doesn't work in the first place then why wouldn't you tell him that? Thats something that should always be done with the customer with products not bought from your shop but are being installed there.
what is the axis relation between the sub and port? and why was it chosen?
Of course the resistance can very but it should not be due to production variance, but more ambient conditions. Why would you assume the two coils reading different is in spec?
Why would the shop owner be building a box?
Why would you attempt to skimp on the ground? And was it maintaining proper voltage while under load or not? If it wasn't under load why would you think that reading could possibly be accurate, considering the very minimal ammount of current flow that would be present?
I'm quite familiar with the mecp installers guide as well.
Why would you lie about the incorrect wiring?
And lastly, why would you assume that he is going to blow his sub due to amp clipping, when YOU were the one who setup the amp? If setup CORRECTLY the amp should pose NO threat to the sub.