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My kicker 12 inch cvr's arent hitting as hard as they should
amps and wiring kits are very optimistic on the output. If you want proper wire, buy some welding cable "0" or "00" guage. That solves the power delivery. Put a 1 Farrad (or more) capacitor near the amp, that solves the surge power issue. Make sure the box is suitable for the subs. Lastly I'd say do some research and find the right amp that can deliver the clean, huge current required to move some serious air!
How do you take the cvr kicker apart
are you sure that you are capable of replacing the rubber ring if you don't even know how to take the speaker apart? I am Not sure that that's a challenge you want to accept.
2 kicker cvr 12's in prewired kicker box with 1
Well you really can't run both speakers on one term. because you will over heat the amp , unless your amp is rated at twice the capability of your subs , Then if so , Try positive to one sub , then neg. to the other sub , then bridge the remaining positive to the remaining negative terminal , But it is really best to get a two channel amp for your subs !!!
Ineed help with wiring a kicker 10in comp sub to a razor RZR1-2500D amp i cant get it tuned
First, that amp, has too much power for that sub. Even though it isn't really outputting 2500 watts, (realistically putting out 650 watts). That sub is only rated to handle 150 RMS, 300 Peak, 1000 watts will blow that sub very quickly.
First thing you need to do is find a sub which better matches the output of your amp.
The second thing, you need to make sure that your vehicle's electrical system is able to handle the additional current draw.
Address these things before you install your gear.
I've been a 12v installer for going on 28 years
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