Well, I have the same problem and I would think it has something to do with the RCA-connections. If I power up my head unit while I have my main fuse for the amp's removed and then replace the fuse as the head unit is already playing music (thus putting out a current through the RCA-connections) it works just fine. But if I just power up my stereo with the fuse in, my subs go all crazy. I guess it has something to do with disruptions in the rca cable. Maybe they are drawn too close to some power cables or speaker cables?
The IDA-X300 has a USB jack on the back of the unit. You can plug an iPod USB cable (just like you use to connect the iPod to the computer) into this jack, or you can attach a USB thumb drive loaded with music files.
It is not compatible with generic MP3 players other than the iPod, but you can buy an adaptor (KCA-121B Ai-NET/RCA) which will let you connect axillary inputs like MP3 player, DVD players, etc.
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I would think a 1000 watts would be enough for 2 10's.
You can hook up two dual voice coil subs a few different ways.
First thing I would check for is what ohmage your amp is rated for.
You don't want to push a lower ohmage than what your amp is rated to handle.
That is a good way to overheat & ultimately fry your amp.
After that, you can wire your subs accordingly.
If they are dual 2 ohm subwoofers, you can wire each of them as a 4 ohm load, 2 ohm load or even a 1 ohm load.
I would personally go by what the amp is ratted for.
Remember though, the lower you run the ohmage, the better base responce & harder the hit you will get.
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