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Replacement battery alesis roadfire 15 amp

Battery died in above cited amp - can't find any info on what and how to replace.

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The subs are rated at 133 Db peak... that IS loud. Note that the crossover is 90Hz so ONLY the very low frequencies will pass through these... possibly your input frequencies are above this? Everything above F2 will be attenuated and will have to go through other speakers. From this chart:

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