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    sub wire question\amp blown

    Ok first,how can you blow a power supply on a amp? 2nd i removed my amp from the trunk,subs are still wired up(wire is just in the trunk) i forgot to tape off teh postive so i know which is which when i install a new amp(thursday) does it really matter if i put the neg into the positive on the amp? and vice versia because pulling my subs is a *****.



    Quote Originally Posted by kushy_dreams View Post
    I hear Boss is coming out with subs that handle 1.21 jiggawatts. Might want to save your $ for those. But then you will have to do the thunderstorm mod to your electrical system so you can power your amp with lightning strikes.

    One of the reviews on SMD said it will hit so hard, that you will go back in time because the extreme sound pressure rips a hole in the space time continuum. The low notes will hit harder so those will send you farther back in time than the higher notes.
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    Re: sub wire question\amp blown

    Yes it matters. You will blow another amp. If you don't know what you are doing...STOP! You will just blow up more equipment and spend lots of $$$.




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    Re: sub wire question\amp blown

    1.-low voltage/high current
    2.- not really sure what you are asking there



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    Re: sub wire question\amp blown

    used to know what i'm doing been out the game sense like 07. So working my way back in,ya i'll probably end up taking it to the shop anyway,i built the box (6 cubes @ 31hz) and already wired but just done with working on it.



    Quote Originally Posted by kushy_dreams View Post
    I hear Boss is coming out with subs that handle 1.21 jiggawatts. Might want to save your $ for those. But then you will have to do the thunderstorm mod to your electrical system so you can power your amp with lightning strikes.

    One of the reviews on SMD said it will hit so hard, that you will go back in time because the extreme sound pressure rips a hole in the space time continuum. The low notes will hit harder so those will send you farther back in time than the higher notes.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cravingbass123 View Post
    u know nothing about how our countries economy runs.......
    so shut up, i bet i know infinitely more about this stuff than you do.

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