Question about Kicker Comp CVR 12 x 12 Car Subwoofer
Check that you have the correct impeedance polarity try turning down your amp gain most of the time its wattage match get as close of a match as possable ohms must be corect for amps specs
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
SOURCE: amp 4 a Kicker S17L7
just make sure your kenwood amp can at least handle a 2ohm stereo load.Most amps now are able to .Your amps manual should list this or go online and check for that model .You basically have 2 subs in one allowing you to use one sub box in stereo mode.And just hook it up like two speakers left and right ..make sure amp has a crossover so that you only get bass at your woofer
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
Your MTX 7801 is stable at 1 ohm, but you cannot wire a pair of DVC 2 ohm subs to that impedance. They can only be wired to 1/2 ohm which is too low or to 2 ohms.
Series the voice coils and parallel the subs. On each sub, jumper Black to Red/White Dot, then run both red's (positive) and both black/white dot's (negative) to your amp terminals.
The diagram is here.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
CVR series do not have large power handling capabilities.
Your subs will melt before the amplifier is used to its full potential.
If the subs arent in a ported enclosure - do that.
They both handle 500w rms - so the pr1000 is perfect.
bass response is all in the enclosure!
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Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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