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garychoffmann

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About garychoffmann

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    Missouri
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    DD subs, Memphis amps, tang band highs
  1. Touch the leads of your dmm together and subtract that off of the measurement.
  2. Get a bigger amplifier if you have to max everything.
  3. Sounds like shared airspace and wired out of phase. Or could be 2 subs in way too small of a box.
  4. Are you wiring them seperately? You can wire each sub to 4 ohms. Both subs to 2 ohms, 8 ohms or .5 ohms.
  5. Just use the polk sr's. Don't add another random 10 to the mix the pioneer should be fine on those. I always run 0 gauge and reduce it at the amp. You could use 4 gauge if you would like.
  6. You are not using the supplied crossovers?
  7. What's your actual budget? I'm midway through turboing a couple vehicles with a whole host of issues. The 4.0 ecu being tuned with a mustang maf and upgrading the fuel delivery is pretty straight forward.... It's really not as difficult as it may seem.
  8. Inbox is full. Is it fully tested? I have a skar T2000.1 not the rp.
  9. Alpine X is a good sub. He has 1. Instead of always trying to tell people what they should have bought with no first hand experience. Actually read their post. He's looking for an amp. What would you like to spend? I have a few sitting here.
  10. Funny how on a car audio forum.... Mustang owners still "run into" each other.
  11. We need to know the impedance of your sub. Stay away from boss.
  12. Right now you are at 1.33 ohms. If you wire the alpine to 2 ohm the power would be divided 1000 watts to the alpine and 1000 watts to pair of pioneers. Whether the amp is actually 2000 watts is another variable. Mixing subs/sizes/impedences normally has a negative affect on performance opposed to actually gaining much. Especially in a shared enclosure.
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