Question about Lanzar VIBE286 Car Audio Amplifier
If you have the amp bridged mono to run both 15's, it's gonna get smokin hot. That's the nature of the beast. Just make sure it's got plenty of room around it to breathe, if you want to put fans on it, just make sure the fans you buy are DC voltage and noise shielded. If you surf the net you can find lots of electronics parts providers out there, just explain to them what you are trying to accomplish and that you do not wish to introduce ignition noise into the system and need a quiet running fan. That will at least keep air moving across the unit and draw heat away. End result, it can't hurt. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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