Re: Help me improve!
the amp that i suggested... it will get expensive but you wont have to pour soo much into electrical upgrades. You gotta know, its not how powerful the sub looks that will get you loud.. if you dont have good power to feed it, your dreams of getting loud will soon be short lived. The thing is when you go with cheap budget amps like the ZRX3200.1D, your going to spend extra money on upgrading your electrical charging system because these amps are inefficient and are big power hogs meaning bad voltages and bad voltages means blown equipment. All that means is your gonna need to spend money on an extra battery which is around around 120-200$, big 3 upgrade kit 80$.
Originally Posted by Pimpala
I normally would not touch the Zues series from hifonics but if your getting it for FREE from your friend, then thats cool go for it. That zrx3200.1d will probably do 1800-2000 actual rms with voltages above 14v. if he's charging you anything over 200, i would not buy it. Spend the rest on the amp kit, box, big 3 kit and an extra battery if you can. Whatever you do, just never waste money on a capacitor.
other budget amps that are better quality then the ZRX would be the BRX series from hifonics, belva BB5000, precision power black ice 1800 or if you can find a used one, ct sounds at 1400 (a lot better then the other three i just listed)
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