Will this sub put out 1300wRMS??


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Username: Jtinordi77

Post Number: 26
Registered: Sep-07
Does anybody know if this sub will put out the 1300wRMS like it says it will?

Lanzar OPTI1532D 15" 1300W RMS Die-Cast Aluminum Subwoofer

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Username: Kyle_lowe

Post Number: 324
Registered: Apr-06

Gold Member
Username: Extrmndor3

Post Number: 6804
Registered: Feb-06
you like it will handle 1300 rms??

Silver Member
Username: Philly306

North carolina

Post Number: 372
Registered: Apr-07
i hope you didn't already buy that

Silver Member
Username: Somedonniedude

Post Number: 249
Registered: May-07
bridge that sub and you might get 2600wrms out of it!!!

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Username: Philly306

North carolina

Post Number: 374
Registered: Apr-07
dont be a d!ick hes just new. we were all there at some point. except for me i was born with car audio knowledge

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Username: Skibum12189


Post Number: 1684
Registered: Mar-06
yo jarred....that sub will probably blow on 1300 real much money do you to spend on a sub?

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Username: Goodie_goop

Mid town, Texas U.S.

Post Number: 772
Registered: Oct-06
jarred, subs dont put out power. that is the amount of power the sub can take from an amp....but like stated above that sub probably can not take 1300rms as claimed

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Username: B3n07

Louisville, Ky USA

Post Number: 323
Registered: Jul-07
man yall if his subs are putting out power then i want a pair of them dam i am wasting my money buying amps

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Username: Th3pwn3r

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Registered: Jul-06

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Username: Johnfiac

A-ToWn, 9515 thumpin... What u bumpin?

Post Number: 3566
Registered: Mar-06
Just to clear things up for the new guy, the only thing that will affect the power the sub is getting is how you wire it vs. what the amp is rated at. OHM wise. But i dont think it will handle 1300rms either.
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