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Trying to find out which amp. wiring kit is needed for the AWB-10 Powered Subwoofer enclosure by Power Acoustik. It has a built in 800 watt amp., with 2 10" woofers, 1 passive, 1 active.

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An 8 gauge should work thats a small amp and remember that the same gauge that u put on as a power wire make sure the ground is the same gauge

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The Jensen XS-1010 is a 450-Watt 10" (450W peak, 150W RMS ) Subwoofer.

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Enclosure Color - Blue

Localization - English

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Response Bandwidth - 24 - 1000 Hz

Input Impedance - 4 Ohm

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Connectivity Technology - Wired

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I have power akoustik 12"


If you sub is dual 4 ohm voice coil, you can get a 4000 watt amp (which will give you 1700 watts RMS at 2ohms). The model number is OW-BAMF40001D. Hope this helps.

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What size amp needed with a sony explod player?


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I need an enclosure for a power acoustik mofo 12''.


Hello miles_jamike,

Power Acoustik recommends a 1.25 CuFt sealed and 2.0 CuFt ported enclosure for the P1, P2 and P3 subs. The PSQ needs 1.25 sealed and 1.75 ported. In physical size, this translates into about 16X12X14 for sealed and about 30X42X15 ported.

You should try to stay pretty close to the recommended enclosure volume for best performance. A good volume calculator is located here on the12V.com website. Just enter the proposed width, height, depth, and material thickness and click the "=" to get the CuFt.

If you are building (or having built) a custom enclosure for a specific location in your vehicle, all you need to do is stay very close to the volume recommended.

If you intend to purchase a generic enclosure, the Goldwood shown here at Parts Express is an exact fit. Atrend also makes good generic enclosures, their model 12SAL in a sealed box with 1.20 CuFt and the 12LSV ported with 2.50 CuFt would be good choices.

Crutchfield has both generic and custom enclosures made by JL, MTX, QLogic, and Bass Slammer. Crutchfield has excellent support. They will respond promptly and positively to your phone or email inquires. If you have never ordered from them, you can use a "friend referral code", such as mine, which is: p7sdj-hrx8q-9800g, and on any order of $200 or more, you receive a $20 discount. And I get a $20 credit on a future order. Also, many orders qualify for free shipping.

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No amp is too big, you can turn the gain down. Anyway in my experience people tend to blow up their subs with underpowered stuff anyway (power spikes from clipping). Your amp is rated at 11000watts max and will probably only put out 500 or 600 watts RMS - RMS by the way is the number you should go by. It indicates the usable output w/ out lots of distortion. On the flipside you can power high wattage subs with an underpowered amp and be just fine. However if you wish to extract the most you will need to match amps and subs. A good example of under powered sub applications is in some of my work- I built a wall of nine 12" subs in a bronco, we competed in a 50 watt class and cleaned house taking first in class. Another would be a 150x2 watt amp driving two 15" CV Strokers (1200 watts each). I was going to compete in that class but they made me move up becuase I was an installer at the time. I was upset at first but after my first try I was able to get about 146db and went on to take first anyway. So if the enclosures are built right you can still use that kind of setup. I hope this was helpfull. If you are concerned with exact wattage ratings the manufactures websites should list them. Good luck.
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Will a sony 1000 watt amp model # xm-1652z run 2 dvc 800 watt rms subs?if so,whats the best way to wire them to this amp?thx


personally i wouldnt use a sony amp for powering anything but,however if your going run it what i would recommend is if the speakers are at 4 ohms then run in series per speaker then put the speakers in series as well so you will keep your 4 ohms then run the amp in mono,however just to let you know that amp will not push fubars enough to really make them thump my advice is to goto http://www.sonicelectronix.com  if you have 200 dollars you can get a nice  Hifonics TXi 1508D that will push those monsters quite well thats 1 ohm stable and will barley get warm even after hours of thumpage,also if your running subs monoblocks are the way to go hope this helps you out.

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