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Audiotek amp So does this 4000w audiotek amp have enough power to push my 2 12" kicker with peak power of 1500 w and 750 rms like a kicker 1500.1 amp? Also how do u know the Rms on this amp?

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RMS(power) = peak(power) * .707

find the peak power of your amp and use the above formula

It will have enough power to do so.

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I have a phoenix gold Qx 180.2 amp and im gonna push two 10" comp kicker subwoofers. will it work


Do you no the continus whate rateing of it? End i don,t mean peak or maximiun Watts on it, All so the RMS) watts that the sub will handle,

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Two questions. 1) can my amplifier over-power this sub; kicker L7 15 inch dual voice coil 1,000 watts RMS wired for 2 ohms? 2) is my amp too small for this sub-woofer? thank you for your time.


No, your not over powering your L7, your underpowering your subwoofer.
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Max Rec Amplifier Power (WATTS PEAK/RMS)* 2000/1000But its ok for your subwoofer, alteast your not giving it to much stress. But personaly, get another mono amplifier that would match your subwoofers rating.

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if you bought that equipment today then your answer is yes your amp will power the subs but if i was you and you want more bass I would go with a two channel amp or even a mono block amp that will be 1 ohm stable and if you decide to do that you might want to get subs that are dual 4 ohm voice coils and run them in series that will get you 1 ohm of resistance

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Will this amp power two 12" subs?


Yes. The Kicker xs50 competition amp will l ! Pushs my old school autobahn aw1206t's very nicely and beats my 2 sundown sa15's senseless. Wire down to 1 ohm and bridge. People may say yeah rite. Ok. Thats ok.

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I installed a sony 600watt amp and it works but old rockford fosgate 200 hit harder how do i make my amp louder and evenly spread throughout my car


Hello jmanbutt99,

The old Rockford-Fosgate was probably producing the rated power. The Sony is most likely overrated. But, it's supposed to be stable on each individual channel down to 2 ohms and will deliver 65 watts RMS into that load. So to get the most from it, your best bet would be a pair of 4 ohm speakers paralleled to each channel. A relatively efficient speaker like the Kicker 07DS600's shown here should provide pretty good sound.

http://www.crutchfield.com/p_20607DS60/Kicker-07DS600.html?tp=105

These will work with as little as 6 watts RMS and can handle up to 50 watts RMS so the Sony should power them really well. They're 4 ohm so a pair in parallel will present a 2 ohm load.

Hope this helps

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Audiotek amplifier RMS


the usual RMS of and amp UNBRIDGED is 1/4 or the max so 1200watt max would be 300 watt RMS and a 1000 would be 250 WRMS

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I have 2 kicker l7 12 dual voice coil subs.. i just friend a hifonics 1600w amp and am wondering if a kx 1200.1 kicker amp will be enough to power them they are 750w rms a piece .. can these be run at 1...


it all depends on the impendance of your subs if u have duel 4ohm or duel 2ohm, 2 duel 4ohm speakers can be wired at 1ohm to the amp, and with a kx1200.1 that would be pushin 2400 peak and 1200rms
if ya have 2 duel 2ohm speaker than you can only wire them to 2ohm and would be pushing 1200 peak and 600 rms with the kx1200, so if you have the duel 4ohm i would go with the kx1200.1 and if u have the duel 2ohm i would go with the hifoncs

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What amp will push 2 kicker 15inch cvr's


Hello herb31,

Kicker lists the RMS power handling range of the CVR's from 100-500 watts, with a peak power capability of 1000 watts. There are lots of monoblock amps within that range. It just depends on how loud you want them and how much you want to spend.

In the low range, an amp like the Alpine MRP-M500 will deliver 250 watts to each sub at 2 ohms. And it only costs $179. Currently, the MRP-M500 is out of stock at Crutchfield. I just bought the last one. So my 2nd recommendation would be the Sony XM-1S, which has the same power rating and according to Crutchfield is no slouch either. It's also $179. I really like the Sony, too. It has a small footprint that makes it easy to find a convenient mounting location. Both the Sony and the Alpine are CEA-2006 compliant, so you can be sure that the manufacturer provided specifications are not overrated. Assuming that your vehicle electrical system can deliver the current, both the Sony and the Alpine will deliver an honest 250 watts RMS to each of your Kickers. And 250 watts will make them kick pretty darned good.

In the medium power range, consider either the JL Audio G Series G1700 which delivers 700 watts into 2 ohms. It costs $419 at Crutchfield. Or perhaps the Kicker 08ZX750 with 750 watts at a cost of $399.

To push the CVR's really hard, close to their 500 watt RMS maximum power range, look for an amp that delivers 1000 watts. In this range, you will definitely some heavy-duty wiring, electrical system upgrades, perhaps a 2 farad capacitor, and be ready to spend at least $600 on the amp. Your best combination of power and price would be another Alpine, the PDX-1.1000M, at $799. If you buy one from Crutchfield, they will throw in a 4-gauge amp wiring kit. And if you use a "friend referral code", such as mine, which is p7sdj-hrx8q-9800g, and your order is at least $200, you'll get another $20 discount. And I get a $20 credit toward a future order.

Hope this helps. If it does, please rate as "FixYa".

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What is best amp to run 2 12 inch cvr's


12In Kicker CVRs
are Dual Voice Coil, and You can run each voice coil around 200 Watts RMS

So each sub will have a 400 Watt RMS and 800 Watts peak.

Now since you have 2, Your total will be 800 Watts RMS and 1600 Watts Peak.

I would get really any amp that sits at around 800-1000 Watts RMS.

These are kicker but they are low end so i wouldnt push them to the extreme.

1000-1200 Watts RMS Max and but keep the Gain down on the amp. They will hit no doubt but i wouldnt push these subs or you will be disapointed in the long run.

I would get a Fosgate or MTX amp.

You can get any amp really but find something right around 1000 Watts RMS and it will push those well.

You can go mono block or a 2 channel, just depends on how you want to wire them.

Be careful though. If your running them bridged right now with your mono block, do not run them parallel bridged on a 1000w RMS Amp, you will blow them so fast lol

(RMS = Root Mean Square. Or in other words is the continuous wattage being sent from the amplifier to the subwoffers)

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Fact or fiction. Are Rockford P10002 amps overrated


The efficiency of an amplifier has nothing to do with the RMS rating of the amplifier. It is true that no amplifiers are 100% efficient. The efficiency of the amplifier is calculated by how much power output it has compared to how much power it actually uses to create that output power. The RMS rating is just a measurement of the output power with no consideration of the amount of power that is needed to create that output power. Most of the high-end amplifiers are properly rated. If you see power ratings that refer to peak power, it is a little misleading. The true power of an amplifier is the RMS rating. It stands for "root means squared" but is the effective power that you hear, often referred to as the true power. It is calculated by taking the peak power and multiplying it by .707, which is always less than the peak power. When the rating of an amplifier is calculated they use a sine wave at a single frequency and it has a positive peak and a negative peak. If the power is calculated using both peaks it is called the "peak to peak" power rating. When it is calculated using only one peak it is called the "peak" power rating.

The big "con" in all of this happens when manufacturers use the "peak" power ratings instead of the "RMS" power ratings because it makes people think that the amplifier has more power when it really doesn't. Most people have no idea there is a difference in the "peak" power or the "RMS" power. It is a deceptive way of making people think that they are getting a more powerful amplifier. But none of this is related to the efficiency of the amplifier. It is theoretically impossible to make anything electronic that is 100% efficient. It always takes more power on the input than it does for the output power of anything.

I hope this answered your question, if you have any other questions feel free to ask them just by posting a response on this thread, and remember, you get what you pay for. The best amplifiers cost more for one reason, they are better. I am a big fan of Phoenix Gold amplifiers.

Dave

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