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About oTurtlez

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  • Birthday 01/25/1995


  • Location
    Rhode Island
  • Audio System Setup
    Splaudio Zv4 15", Crescendo BC3500D, CT Sounds 125.4
  1. oTurtlez

    Which setup would be louder?

    Personally I'd run just the AB's off of the RF amp, but that's just me. I wouldn't even toss that Kenwood into the mix. Another option is to sell the Alpine, Kenwood, and RF amp, buy a nice 1.2k or so and get a nice custom box made for the two AB's. You'd be pretty well off with the TNT's in a custom box on something like a DC 1.2k or a CT 1400, and would most likely sound much better than the three subs in separate sealed boxes off two amps. If you absolutely have to stick with what you've got, the two AB's on the RF amp and disregard the Alpine and Kenwood gear. That's my $0.02
  2. oTurtlez

    PPI Phantom 600.2

    Might have someone for ya, I'll let him know!
  3. oTurtlez

    Melted Fuse Holder?

    Im betting that is was a loose connection battery side. I tightened it all back up again and ill have to watch it for now. All lugs were soldered on, just must not have tightened as much as I thought when I was installing. Thanks guys!
  4. So I went to add a second run of 1/0 to the back for my new battery install, and when I took off the cover to my fuse holder in order to remove the fuse, it appears that the side closest to the battery got hot enough to melt through the fuse holder. It was mounted to the top of my battery box, so it couldn't have gotten that hot there, the 300A fuse didn't pop, so I doubt it was a short, regardless, it was a covered fuse holder zip tied to a plastic battery box, nothing to short to. The other side was completely fine, so I'm stumped. Ideas? EDIT: Wire is Audiotechnix 1/0 OFC and fuse holder was the clear Audiotechnix one.
  5. oTurtlez

    Hifonics BRZ2100.1D

    Item(s) for Sale: Title Item(s) Description/Condition: 2100W RMS Rated amp, used for about 6 months on and off before upgrading. 10/10 Mechanically 8/10 Cosmetically Has a bit of scrape damage on the plastic corners, but thats it Price: Shipping and Miscellaneous Item Information: No Shipping, trying to keep it local for now around 02857 Item Pictures: (List pictures in this section, 1st picture should be your username/date if you have less than 10 positive feedbacks with the i-Trader system or less than 10 references that you have sold to in the past. (These must be listed in your signature, or a link provided to a feedback thread listing these references)).
  6. oTurtlez

    Team Fi 18 or DC Level 6 18....or any other suggestions?

    There's a guy near me that runs a Lv 6 for a daily ground pounder and he's happy with it. I've never heard either in person, but I've been a DC fan for a while so I'm biased towards them.
  7. oTurtlez

    Advice on a crescendo bc3500

    That's how it was for me except the guy had it for about a year. Seriously a great amp. I did a bunch of research before I bought mine and found nothing but good things about it.
  8. I went with the CL-61 two ohm set which came with the CL-61ED speakers and TV-25 tweets which fill in the highs just well for me. They also handle a **** good amount of power too. I'm babying them right now and they're still loud.
  9. oTurtlez

    Advice on a crescendo bc3500

    I've got a 3500D and it's sweet. Great looking and PHENOMENAL performing. For $450, if it's in good physical shape, and works as it should, that's a steal for that amp. I don't think you'd be disappointed.
  10. oTurtlez

    Stetsom 7k2e or Sundown NS-1

    +1 for the NS-1 over here
  11. I was gonna go with Coax but they wouldn't fit in my doors so I went Comps. CDT has some "convertible" speakers that you can either mount like a coax setup or separate them and run them like comps.
  12. oTurtlez

    Best single 12 for 2.5 cubes

    SPLaudio builds some beefy gear, and you will never be able to kill that square sub with the power you're throwing at it right now. With that said, I personally have always preferred the round subs aesthetically and sound wise. Square subs always sounded a little different to me for some reason. Either way, you can't go wrong. Just flip a coin lol, that's what I'd do.
  13. I bought some CDT's from mylows a while back and I've been loving them so far. I'd recommend for sure.
  14. oTurtlez

    High Pitch Whine From Amp?

    The problem with my trunk is its coated in this rubberized material and the only bolt that was visible and available to tap onto was that seat bolt. I can try to go directly to the battery