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A kicker 600.1 wired to a jl w7 10" sub? Will that work?

The kicker 600.1 provides 600 watts at 2 ohms and 300 watts at 4 ohms the 10" JL W7 has 2 1.5 ohm voice coils so you will have to wire them in series. Take about 1.5 feet of 14 gauge wire and connect the positive of one voice coil to the negative of the other then the positive and negative that are left go to the amp. Your impedance should be 3 ohms and that amp should work just fine.
1/24/2016 5:52:28 AM • Kicker Car Audio... • Answered on Jan 24, 2016
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I have 2 kicker comp 12 running them off a qa 3000w what should i have the amp set for for a 1000RMS i have read forums and it is said they only really run a 1000 to 800RMS clean thanks

You need to become familiar with ohm's law. You will use it to set gain by ac voltage and you can set by wattage with a little math if you have an oversize amp. You can also see by amp draw, how many watts your amp really is making at any given voltage. Remember when driving the voltage is different from idle. Go to Kicker website to see what the RMS rating of that sub is and go by that rating. By the way, the use of a capacitor is only a band aid for the real issue. The need of either more alternator or battery capacity. Or both and the big 3 upgrade is the answer.
1/3/2016 10:08:04 AM • Kicker Car Audio... • Answered on Jan 03, 2016
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Best way to hook up a 15" solo baric L7 to a2400w cx 1200.1 kicker amp

The CX1200.1 amp is 2 ohm stable. Hopefully, you have the 4 ohm DVC version of the Solo-Baric L7. If so, connect the DVCs in parallel (both positives together, both negatives together) to the amp. This will maximize the output power of the amp. If you have the 2 ohm DVC version of the Solo-Baric L7, the best you can do is connect the DVCs in series to the amp. This will cut the output power in half, though.
11/4/2015 5:30:26 AM • Kicker Car Audio... • Answered on Nov 04, 2015
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What is the best way to wire two kicker comp r 12' s to a two channel amp for max bass?

First, you need to know whether you have the 2 ohm DVC subs or 4 ohm DVC subs. Second, you need to know the minimum impedance the amp can handle (most are 2 ohm, some are less). Putting two voice coils in parallel will cut the total impedance in half (e.g. 2x 4 ohm voice coils in parallel = 2 ohms total). Putting subs in parallel will also cut the impedance in half. At one end of the spectrum, you could put the 2 ohms DVCs in parallel, then parallel the two subs, and bridge the 2 channels of the amp. That would put 0.5 ohms impedance on the 1 bridge amp channel. If the amp can do 0.5 ohms x 1ch, do it. Otherwise, you may have to run the subs on separate channels.
10/28/2015 9:45:53 PM • Kicker Car Audio... • Answered on Oct 28, 2015
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I have 3 L7 kicker 15" subs will my audio pipe 1500 watt run them

Well the L7 15'' solo-baric subs are rated at 1000 watts RMS, so that would be 3000 watts of RMS amplifier power you would need to supply to adequately power all of them. I also suggest that an amp capable of producing more power than what is needed is usually better in order to prevent the amplifier from running at maximum capacity for long periods. In short your amplifier will power those subs, however you will only be able to supply 1500 RMS watts to the three subs so you will only be pushing the subs to 50% of their rated capacity while using 100% of amp capacity which will make your amp run "hot" and your subs run "weak", but if you're in a pinch it will work. Your best bet in this situation is to wire the setup so that the subs and amp are operating at minimum ohm stable impendence (usually 2 ohm). Seeing that you have 3 subs begging for 3,000 watts of power and you are only going to give it half of what it wants, I would suggest upgrading the amp or at least buying another one so that you can bridge the wattage and redistribute to all three subs with the correct impendence.
9/2/2015 8:42:52 PM • Kicker Car Audio... • Answered on Sep 02, 2015
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Protection mode is on kicker impulse amp

Check speaker wires and ground
7/4/2015 5:42:28 AM • Kicker Car Audio... • Answered on Jul 04, 2015
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Will a Kicker 650.4 zx amp power (4) 6.5 speakers and (4) 6x9?

It will but not very well
7/4/2015 5:31:41 AM • Kicker Car Audio... • Answered on Jul 04, 2015
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I have a kicker squared 10 which is negative wire?

The black wire is the neg. Hun
6/5/2015 6:56:29 PM • Kicker Car Audio... • Answered on Jun 05, 2015
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