Question about Profile - California: 2 Channel 1200W California Series 1200 Car Audio Amplifier
Overload. Looks like your amp is 4 ohm stable. You are wiring each speaker separately from the
amp (Left + and - to one and Right + and - to the other) and if so you are correct. You may need
to increase the available amperage to your amp with a larger guage wire. I am assuming you are using 4 gauge. If not, bump up to 4 gauge. If so maybe add a second, sealed cell, battery as a stiffener. The capacitor idea wont help enough for the $$ invested. The battery should give you reserve amperage and keep the system happy. Be sure to run a fail-safe (250 amp) fuse at the battery just in case a wire shorts to a ground, your car wont burn to the ground. Just wire the battery to a system connection and the both go to the amp. It will also give your vehicle electrical system a much need boost that will save your alternator.
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Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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