Sony Xplod 1100 Watt Max 10" Subwoofer, XS-L100P5W Car Speaker Questions & Answers
What watt amp would be
I have a 1100 watt sony xplode the silver one 4 ohm rms 3 00 with a 3000 watt 400 rms pyle amp? 8 ohm
If you are asking if you can have a kenwood amp hooked up to your Sony Head unit then yes it would be compatable.
I have 2 10' sony xplodes connected to a 2
If your radio is still playing and the subs are giving you music, you most likely have the amp remote wire hooked to a constant power source on the radio. Generally, this is a solid blue wire on both the radio and the wiring harness. It allows the radio to turn the amp on and off when the radio is on or, subsequently, off.
2 sony XS-L102P5 subs, sound great with deep bass
There is a possibility that you may be overpowering or under-powering your speakers with the amp you are currently using or are playing notes below the specified range of "Hz" of the subwoofer causing the sub to sound distorted or as you would call it "chattering".
If the speakers range is 130hz-45hz and your playing notes at 30hz and dont have it tuned at the crossover either on the amp or the stereo to suit the subwoofer, the speaker will try and play the note regardless and will cause the cones to move beyond its range and may cause it to slap the magnet which can damage the subwoofer if consistently played that way. Please let me know if this solved your problem..
Alpine in dash tv issue
this is the problem with the additional battery wiring. use appropriate cutout and do rewiring. make sure the Dynamo has the enough capacity to charge both the batteries. better avoid using your music system till the problem is rectified.
Is amp big enough for speakers
To run 2 subs, the amp would be a little small. The subs will run OK, they just won't be very loud.
It's usually better to compare and match up the RMS power rather than the peak power. The Sony XS-L10P5B sub has a peak power handling figure of 1200 watts, but the RMS is 300 watts. The Sony XM-ZZR3301 monoblock amp puts out 1100 watts peak, but only 330 watts RMS. They would work great together, 1 sub, 1 amp. But if you add another sub, each one would only be getting about 165 watts. They'd work OK, just not as loud as they could be.
Hope this helps!
What duz level adjustment do
The level control controls the input level coming from your head unit (receiver) to the amp.
Your Sony users manual is a little vague on how to best adjust the level and other controls.
Here is one method that some installers use and works well with most amps.
Most 10" subs sound best between about 80-100hz and below, so start out by setting the LPF at about 80hz. The HPF will not be used. Next turn the bass boost and gain all the way down. Turn on the radio and set all tone controls, bass, midrange, treble to flat, usually "0" on most head units. Turn the volume up to approximately 3/4 volume level or just until you begin to hear distortion. Now, back the volume down until the distortion is gone. Next turn up the gain control on the amp until you hear the subs start to distort then back the gain down until the distortion disappears. Next turn the bass boost up again until the subs begin to distort, then either back the bass boost down or back the gain down until the distortion is gone. You may need to play around with the bass boost and gain controls to get exactly the sound you prefer.
Hope this helps.
Amp big enough for speakers
No amp is too big, you can turn the gain down. Anyway in my experience people tend to blow up their subs with underpowered stuff anyway (power spikes from clipping). Your amp is rated at 11000watts max and will probably only put out 500 or 600 watts RMS - RMS by the way is the number you should go by. It indicates the usable output w/ out lots of distortion. On the flipside you can power high wattage subs with an underpowered amp and be just fine. However if you wish to extract the most you will need to match amps and subs. A good example of under powered sub applications is in some of my work- I built a wall of nine 12" subs in a bronco, we competed in a 50 watt class and cleaned house taking first in class. Another would be a 150x2 watt amp driving two 15" CV Strokers (1200 watts each). I was going to compete in that class but they made me move up becuase I was an installer at the time. I was upset at first but after my first try I was able to get about 146db and went on to take first anyway. So if the enclosures are built right you can still use that kind of setup. I hope this was helpfull. If you are concerned with exact wattage ratings the manufactures websites should list them. Good luck.
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