Question about Car Audio & Video
Any amplifier u use will make the sub work ( if configured for subwoofer play)
my recommendation is that u use between 400watt rms to 1000watt rms ( the smaller the box used for the sub, the more power you can give it)
please note though that playing at high power levels exceeding manufacturers specs needs someone who knows what they are doing (when it sounds distorted decrees power)
also make sure to match the headunits output voltage to the amplifiers voltage (eg. if the headunit output is 4 volt, then make sure to adjust the sensitivity on the amplifier to be at 4 volt as well)
hope this helps and let me know if you have any other question
Posted on Jan 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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