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Hifonics brutus 2000 watt help??!!??

I have a hifonics 2000w amp runninf 3 jl audio w3 running at 1.34 ohms it was running fine untill rca took a **** (they ripped) then i replaced them now if it gets to loud it distorts and the amp starts to flicker really bad

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If an RCA took a dive your amp has most likely seen a very nasty input spike and may never be the same as its circuitry has been damaged.....sorry

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I have 2 12 inch jl audio w7's with a kicker crossover and a powerbass equalizer 5 bands. i wanted to know if add a hifonics brutus 2100 d class amp to my subs at 1 ohm would it over power my subs. please...


Short answer: NOPE!

The Hifonics Brutus 2100 is stated to produce 2100 watts RMS @ 1ohm load. Most amplifier manufacturers overstate their claims. The 2100 watt output is most likely at 14.4 volts and not the 12.6 volts your car will actually be providing the amp.

But, even if the actual output was 2100 watts that would be 1050 watts to each 12w7. The 12w7's are rated at 1000watts RMS and 2000watts peak. As a MECP certified installer, any system I have done using 12w7's have had a MINIMUM of 1000 watts being provided to each speaker. My personal preference is to run 1500 watts each and keep the gains adjusted lower on the amp. Thus allowing the amp to run cooler and allow the additional headroom for those "show-off" moments!

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I have a 2000 watt hifonics brutus amp ...it worked fine but 1 day it just stopped working..the power light doest light up but the hifonics led lights are still on...whats the problem?


there is a step up converter inside the amp that likes to come loose from the board. This may be your problem. Otherwise Check all the chips for burns or disconnect

Nov 13, 2009 | Hifonics Brutus BX 2005D Car Audio...

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Is a 15 w3 d-4 better then a jl audio w3-d2


Hello,

All of the JL W3 subwoofers are essentially the same. The "d2" and "d4" suffix refers to the voice coil configuration. "d2" = dual two ohm coils, "d4" = dual four ohm coils. Depending on the number of subwoofers in your system and the amplifier(s) you are using to power them, one or the other of the configurations may be "better".

Generally, you want to have the load on your amp to have the lowest possible impedance consistent with the amps capability to operate properly with that load. It's normally referred to as "impedance matching". Greater power (watts) is produced, and louder sound, when the amp can deliver power at a lower impedance.

If your amp is only capable of supplying power at 4 ohms, you want to make sure that the configuration of your sub(s) represents a 4-ohm load. If the load is higher, say 8 ohms, then your amp can only deliver about half the power of which it is capable. It would be OK to run them a 8 ohms, but they would not be as loud. On the other hand, if the load was lower, say 2 ohms, your amplifier would soon overheat and go into protect mode.

So the trick is to first decide on how many subs you want. Then choose an amp/sub combination that "matches".

The DVC or dual voice coils just gives you more options in selecting and configuring. Say you want 2 subs and you are going with the 15w3 d-2. Your amp is the JL Audio G-MAX monoblock. The amp puts out 1200Wx1 Chan. at 2 ohms or 600Wx1 Chan. at 4 ohms. You would wire both of your subs voice coils in series making each sub 4 ohms, then wire the 2 subs in parallel to your amp making the final load 2 ohms, the best "match" for your amp.

Mar 29, 2009 | Jl Audio 15W3-D4 Car Subwoofer

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Three jl w3 single coil


You can't run parrallel on 3 single voice coil subwoofers. If you run all the negatives from each coil and possitives from each coil to one terminal you will be dividing the ohms by 3. I don't think JL ever made a single voice coil 2 ohm subwoofer though. If you ran a parrallel on 3 8 ohms you would be at 2.7 ohms. 3 4 ohm would put you down to 1.3

Feb 27, 2009 | Jl Audio 12W3 Car Subwoofer

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Brutus 1206D


u need at least another amp and set em at 2 ohm and then just take it to a shop aand ask thee guy to equalize it he shouldnt charge u or at least 10 bucks

Jun 18, 2008 | Hifonics Brutus BXi 1206D Car Audio...

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Brutus 1206D


yes it can only at 2 ohms never 1 ohm good luck

May 25, 2008 | Hifonics Brutus BXi 1206D Car Audio...

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