Question about Hi-Capacity LC-R127R2CH1 Panasonic 12 volt SLA battery UPS System
Hey, ive been trying to save money to replace my kinetik battery hooked up to my subs.
its going a little slower than planned and i would like to get my stereo back up and bumpin.
Heres my question:
i have a bank of eight Panasonic LC-R127R2P1 12v, 7.2Ah batteries that i think i could use to hook into my system instead of having to re-run all of the wires through the firewall.
any suggestions on how to do this or if it can be done?
The amplifier is a 1200W max TMA amp with a 380W RMS rating if that makes any difference.
thanks for help in advance.
That seems like alot i have a 2000watt amp pushin 2 kicker l7's heres my trick>>> instead of using several batteries to run my system i use a DEEP CYCLE battery the best one is a yellow top but its ur choice on what u wanna do
Posted on May 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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