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Bronze Member
Username: Dualshotty

Post Number: 36
Registered: Jul-06
i got a kicker comp series 12" the rms is 150 if i ran an amp with 200 rms wud that be to much for the sub
 

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Username: Drivingreckless

Near tampa, Florida United state...

Post Number: 1332
Registered: Apr-06
i dout 50 rms will be tht big of a deal yes its overpowering but..but really its not gunna kill ur sub unless u turn the gain up...so if i were u go for it u'll be fine
 

Bronze Member
Username: Dualshotty

Post Number: 37
Registered: Jul-06
im a total noob so the gain u jus mean turn the amp all the way up right
 

Bronze Member
Username: Dualshotty

Post Number: 38
Registered: Jul-06
wud i be better off buying and amp that puts out 150rms
 

Silver Member
Username: Aman2005

Post Number: 229
Registered: May-06
well gain settings are the settings to match the input signal of the music from your head unit/ cd reciever to amplifier. That will help you setting a clean distortion free sound while protecting your subs and amp from the damage caused by the higher volumes, if done properly. I think
 

Bronze Member
Username: Dualshotty

Post Number: 39
Registered: Jul-06
how easy is it to match these settings
 

Gold Member
Username: Ctmike

Ct.

Post Number: 1037
Registered: Feb-06
turn down the gains on the amps, slowly turn the hu volume up till you hear it starting to distort, then turn it down a bit. then match the gain on your amp with your hu pre out, and then the rest accordingly, bass, lpf, ss.
 

Silver Member
Username: Aman2005

Post Number: 234
Registered: May-06
ya do as said mike, you'll have to turn up the gain a bit so you can hear sound. Just as small as you're just able to hear sound. Than start setting the settings
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