i had my 15" kicker L7 wired for 2 ohm then one day i was cruiseing around for a good hour or so then my amp went into protect mode i narrowed it down to the sub i changed the wiring to 8ohm it worked for a bout 2-3 days then it did the same thing any ideas on wut is going on my amp is a lanzar 1600watt viberant
dudes let me tell you how to do it: Step 1: spend a month or more without buying another cheap crappy amp Step 2: make (and save) a little extra dough Step 3: buy good amp Result: bass like you've never heard, and that doesn't go into protect Cheers!
well im now in the market for a new sub voice coil burned up i want another kicker i have 2 12" 350watt max performance subs i might have to live with them for a while mabe if one of u has a 15" kicker or another sub for sale il take a look at it thnx guys
Selling My Hifonics Bxi1206D. Great Beginner Amp and could definitely push an L7 or a CVR. Lemme know what you'd wanna spend. It pushes about 900 Hifonics rms which wouldn't overpower a 750 watt cvx or L7. I'd take 150 plus S&H
Before you buy anything new. Make sure you know how to set your gains correct. That is a big problem when you are using gear like lanzar, pyle, and pyramid. They say 2000 watts on them, but they don't put out even close to that. So, some people I'm not saying you did, turn the gain up to try to get it louder and end up toasting the subs. Just make sure you do a lot of research on here and ask a lot of questions. The last thing you want to do is buy some decent products and end up burning up the coils on the subs and so forth. Just my 2cents.
is that 4cf enough room? i got a sealed box at those measurements. as for sq or spl wuts that mean? i would like to know more about setting amps and such im kinda new to this and i dont get some of the term and such. thnx for all ur help and input every little bit helps
56" X 8.5"(average between the 10" bottom and the 7" top) X 16" = 7616 / 1758 = 4.3321956 CF. This is just over 4 cubic feet, but these are not taking in consideration the wall thickness and/or sub and port displacement.
You need to use the 3.1466154 CF measurement. That one has the walls configured for 3/4".