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Username: Geezy

Adamsville, Georgia U.S.A.

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Registered: Dec-07
I have a ma audio 10k but im stuck i don't know what subwoofers to run with, i don't know how many subs 2 go wit either. i got every thing but the subwoofers I wanna enter it in competitions i have a 01 tahoe with fiberglass windows please help me out
 

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Username: Nyyfan13

Fi SSD USA

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Registered: Jul-06
Whats your electrical system looking like?
 

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Username: Juliob

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post RMS ratings and output voltage too
 

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Username: Geezy

Adamsville, Georgia U.S.A.

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Registered: Dec-07
I got the factory alternator, a duralast gold battery under the hood, a kinetik 2,400 amp dry cell battery & a 800 dry cell battery, + a tsunami 40 farad cap so I think the power's good
 

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Username: Geezy

Adamsville, Georgia U.S.A.

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Registered: Dec-07
Rms @ 14.4V 4 ohm=2500w, 2 ohm=4000w, 1 ohm= 5000 w,
Rms@ 16V(this is the output voltage im trying to get) 4 ohm=3500w, 2 ohm=6000w, 1 ohm=7000w also it's a class X amp??
 

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Username: Nyyfan13

Fi SSD USA

Post Number: 7644
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Definitly gonna need a HO alt. Biggest you can find. The cap isnt really needed at all. Running that amp on a stock alt will not bring good results to your car or your equipment....in other words, your equipment will break.
 

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Username: Geezy

Adamsville, Georgia U.S.A.

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Registered: Dec-07
I seen one on ebay with 200 amp is that good or keep searching
 

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Username: Nd4spd18

Northwest PA

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That is good, but you will never get those 16v numbers on a 14 volt electrical system (duh).
 

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Username: Geezy

Adamsville, Georgia U.S.A.

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Registered: Dec-07
how do i get 16 volts
 

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Username: Nd4spd18

Northwest PA

Post Number: 4615
Registered: Jul-06
Custom dual alternator setup. Way more money than it's worth (thousands), especially for a low quality amp like ma audio.
 

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Username: Geezy

Adamsville, Georgia U.S.A.

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Registered: Dec-07
o.k. well what subwoofers do u suggest to put on it
 

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Username: •cam•

BC Canada

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Registered: Nov-06
I think a better question would be: "How much money are you willing to spend on this?"
 

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Username: Cblaze

Rock island, Tenesssee Us

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yeah money money money with that setup,dual alternaters will be a must,no doubt
 

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Username: Geezy

Adamsville, Georgia U.S.A.

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Registered: Dec-07
I just e-mailed someone about the dual alternator setup and they said around $949.00 so im going to go ahead and get it and on the speakers i'll spend around $2,000- 3,000.00
 

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Username: •cam•

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Wow, sounds good. If you got the money, have fun.
 

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Username: Geezy

Adamsville, Georgia U.S.A.

Post Number: 8
Registered: Dec-07
im ma put it in competitions any suggestions on the kind of speakers thats in that price range that sounds really good
 

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Username: •cam•

BC Canada

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Registered: Nov-06
You mean SPL comps? Talk to /\/\ike about his RDs, they might be what you are looking for.

However, if I was you, I'd talk to Pete Kulicki. Especially with that kind of money.

The box is the biggest factor.

http://www.hexibase.com/
 

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Username: Geezy

Adamsville, Georgia U.S.A.

Post Number: 9
Registered: Dec-07
who is mike and pete
 

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Username: •cam•

BC Canada

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Registered: Nov-06
Mike's a guy on this forum. He's cool. I bought my amp from him. Pete Kulicki designed for Team Toxic Bass, I believe. He gets really in-depth when it comes to designing, and seems to really know his acoustics. Do some reading on his site, hexibase.com. He's got some really cool articles.
 

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Username: Geezy

Adamsville, Georgia U.S.A.

Post Number: 10
Registered: Dec-07
o.k thanks
 

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Username: •cam•

BC Canada

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No problem.
 

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Username: Geezy

Adamsville, Georgia U.S.A.

Post Number: 11
Registered: Dec-07
i don't want 16 volts no more.....
i just don't want my lights to dim so i going with the kinetik 2400 amp battery, and the 40 farad cap in the back, the stinger 220 amp alternator and the die hard battery in the front is that good any more suggestions?
what wires to get and do i need a battery isolator, relay or what? I need more help
 

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Username: Th3pwn3r

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Post Number: 6297
Registered: Jul-06
"Custom dual alternator setup. Way more money than it's worth (thousands), especially for a low quality amp like ma audio."

Not only alternators but some that can put out 16volts or have an external and adjustable voltage regulator.

"i just don't want my lights to dim so i going with the kinetik 2400 amp battery, and the 40 farad cap in the back, the stinger 220 amp alternator and the die hard battery in the front is that good any more suggestions?"

How much are you paying for that Stinger alternator? I know they're expensive...
 

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Username: Nd4spd18

Northwest PA

Post Number: 4643
Registered: Jul-06
No capicator, doesn't help.


Yes you have use an isolator if you run 2 different batteries.
 

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Username: Geezy

Adamsville, Georgia U.S.A.

Post Number: 13
Registered: Dec-07
im paying 400 for the alternator
 

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Username: Th3pwn3r

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Post Number: 6318
Registered: Jul-06
Oh, that isn't too bad for a Stinger alternator, I've seen much higher prices for them.
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