Installation question - Is this possible?


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Username: Howarddiggs

Post Number: 1
Registered: Jul-20
I need to be able to remove my sub easily when the trunk space is needed. Is there a way to do this? Is there a way to run the power from the battery to another set of wires in between the the main power and the sub? So that I can just disconnect that in between wire from the sub and still have the power from the battery to plug back in when I want to put the sub back? And do the same for all other wires? Thanks...

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Username: Bubbagump

Post Number: 1
Registered: Aug-20
I recently came across a subwoofer with dual 8 ohm voice coils rated for 3500 watts rms. I want to throw it in a box and hook it up in my car. I think I can wire it up to a 2 ohm amp at about 6-7000 watts but was wondering if I should try to find A or A/B class or if a D class would be ok?
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