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I dont know waths the amp for the two fuse on my Legacy II LA890

Ive lost the 2 fuse and i dont know how kind of fuse im suppose to put!

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If you've got the LA890 it takes two 20 amp fuses. However i believe the left fuse is merely a spare; there is no connection to it inside!

Hope this helps.

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On your normal mid range amp it uses 20 amps, but on your up scales amps they use 30 amps

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I need to know the size of external fuses for a american legacy amp 2000 watt 2 channel 1990


25 to 30 amp fuses will work great, anything lower could possibly blow a fuse when a good bass note hits even if there is nothing wrong with the amp. Hope this helps.

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i would not worry about that really you dont need it i know install more than five hundred of them

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Have you checked the fuses on the amp?

Have you confirmed that you have both B+ and remote voltage at the amp?'

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Optimum sound performance needed


1) legacy products are highly overrated and i have never seen one put out the power it claims
2) if you are running the amp bridged, you need to match the impedance of the speakers to the amps highest output impedance, otherwise your system will not sound all that great...

what size fuse or fuses does your amp use? what size wire did you install with (power and ground)? did you connect direct to battery or did you connect to a fuse block or similar? did you use a stiffening capacitor? does it sound like it is clipping when you turn it up or is it just distorted? what kind of box are you using for the speakers (ported, vented, sealed, bandpass)?

if you give me the model number of your speakers and your amplifier i can probably help you more, but with the information you have provided, this is all i can offer..

hope it helps,
trin

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Do you actually see a fuse in it? If there is a fuse it should typically say on it what the rating is.

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