Question about Car Audio & Video
The speakers can handle about 45 watts rms a piece and the vr3 box can probabily handle 100 watts on its best day. your best bet is a 4 channel amp. use the front two channels for the jvc speakers and bridge the rear 2 channels for he vr3 box...keep the gains under 3/4 and tune the hrtz. fereq. to about 80 herts.hih pass filter on for the frot channel and low pass filter onfor the rear channel
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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