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1500 audiopipe mono block amp

15 inch Rockville k9 run at 1 ohm

What should voltage to amp be at I have multimeter 

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97 4 dr. Tahoe

Interstate battery

Pioneer DEH-80PRS

Polk Audio MM6501 comps

Wolfram amps coming soon, 3000.1, 125.4

2 Sundown Audio X 15's Tuned @ 30Hz.

Knukonceptz/Royal Excelene wiring

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On 3/17/2019 at 5:16 PM, Boomin_tahoe said:

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42. and always bring a towel

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On 3/15/2019 at 8:28 PM, Brandon66 said:

1500 audiopipe mono block amp

15 inch Rockville k9 run at 1 ohm

What should voltage to amp be at I have multimeter 

if the car is running, youre going to want to see around 14.4 volts, if its off, 12.4. Bear in mind that you will lose some voltage over a length of cable, but the loss shouldnt be too much. Just do yourself a favor and get a voltage meter like this one  and connect it to the positive terminal of your amp and put the display up by your deck. Calibrate it and you should never see below 12 volts on that meter when banging or youre risking damage to your amp

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Are you trying to set the gain on the amp or are you asking what the voltage should be coming from the battery?

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7 hours ago, Zer0C00l said:

42. and always bring a towel

Don't confuse him.

 


97 4 dr. Tahoe

Interstate battery

Pioneer DEH-80PRS

Polk Audio MM6501 comps

Wolfram amps coming soon, 3000.1, 125.4

2 Sundown Audio X 15's Tuned @ 30Hz.

Knukonceptz/Royal Excelene wiring

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let's take an exemple :

Hmm, lets see what we'd need for .1 second of discharge. V(t) = V0 * e^(-t/RC) C = - t / (R * ln (V(t) / V0)) C = -.1 / (.003 * ln(3/6)) C = 48 Farads Now a cap that large would need the ESR/ESL factored in as well, and hopefully the electrolyte wouldn't get cooked out from the heat of discharge. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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