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    Question about a 13w7 with a 500/1v2

    I have a 13w7 powered by a 500/1v2 in my car. The 13 is in a sealed box, THIS one to be more specific.

    I see the 13 has a rating of 1000w, and some people have told me that i'm underpowering it. The deck has a 5.5volt output and the amp is set with input sens. all the way up. I have a RBC-1 (remote boost controller) but its not hooked up.

    i mean, is this as good as it gets? should i just get the 1000/1? is it that much different?







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    Re: Question about a 13w7 with a 500/1v2

    yes you are underpowering it, go with the 1000 for sure.




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    Re: Question about a 13w7 with a 500/1v2

    You are definitely underpowering it. And you may want your intput sens. set correctly before you do damage to your 500/1.



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    Re: Question about a 13w7 with a 500/1v2

    the jl 13w7 can handle more power than what it is rated at, the jl 500 will be under power that sub for sure.




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