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Rockford 750X my right rear channel doesnt work and i have a sony 10" how can i get at least close to 1000 watts without that channel on the 1 sub svc

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Sorry bath you mous change the amplifayer integration

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I have two 12" kenwood KFC-W3003 (svc) 4 ohm 600 watts max 160 watts RMS subwoofers and two 12" Rockford Fosgate Punch RFP-4812 (svc) 8 ohm 400 watts max 200 watts RMS. I was wanting to know how i...

It can't be done unless you choose to include some power resistors in your circuit for impedance matching. The problem with that would be some of your power will be lost in the form of heat across the resistors without the benefit of contributing any sound.

Also, the amplifier's damping factor will be compromised, so you may notice a loss in sound clarity. It's possible that you might not easily tell with subwoofers, depending on the enclosures they're mounted in, and whether they're isolated in a trunk vs being in the same airspace with you (hatchback, SUV, or pickup truck).

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What size amp needed with a sony explod player?

this bandpass enclosure is rated peak power at 1200 watts . what this means is that each subwoofer in the is peaked at 600watts to make 1200 watts . what your looking for is to power up the subs with rms continuous wattage . you need an amp that will put out 400 to 500 rms a channel to run this sub enclosure at 800 to 1000 watts rms to keep the speaker from blowing


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How to wire 2 t1 subs in abox to a 1000 watt 1 channel amp

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I have two 12 inch rockford p1 punches powered by an 800 watt sony explode amp (2 Channel) and i want to install another 15 inch kicker with a 1200 watt amp not sure the model, i got it from a friend and...

I have a similar setup & I just run the second amp straight off the other amp by running positive & remote wires directly from 1 amps positive & remote inputs to the others amps inputs. But my head unit has RCA inputs, (sub in & front & rear inputs) so from my 4 channel amp I run 2 6 inch alpine S's to the front to the front RCA inputs of the head unit, & 2 Pioneer 440w 6x9 inch speakers to the rear inputs. & my 800w 12 inch sub from my 2 channel amp to the sub woofer inputs on the head unit. Has blown my eardrums for nearly 12 months now great stuff! Hope this has helped
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Amps that work with 10" RFZ2410

well how manny amps can the sub hold? any amp will work you can bridge it to doulbe the power but i would say a 200 wat amp would do you good
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I was given a kenwood kac742, what do i have to do to hook up 2 subs to it tom

You need:
1) 2 4-ohm subs
2) Appropriate enclosure
3) Amp wiring kit with RCA's

Connect each sub to a separate channel and set both mode switches to "MONO" (center position). In 2-channel mode, this amp is only rated at 80 Watts RMS, so you need relatively small and efficient subs. I'd say nothing bigger than 8" or perhaps 10". Rockford-Fosgate P1S48 (8") and R1S410 (10") will work OK with 50-150 watts RMS. Some others will also.
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I have a rockford fosgate p250.2 amp hooked up to two 12' subs but the amp is not powering on... instead the protect light is on and im not sure if its because its so cold outside... please help and thank...

Remove the load from the amplifier (subs) and the RCAs
Retry.
If the light stays on, there are internal problems with the amplifier, and it needs to be serviced.
If the amplifier works normally, attach the RCA's and power on again.
If it remains on, connect one sub, and then the other.
Your amplifier is a 2 channel amplifier rated at
60 Watt - 4 Ohm - 2 channel(s)
125 Watt - 2 Ohm - 2 channel(s)
250 Watt - 4 Ohm - 1 channel(s)
Your amplifier is not rated for a 2 ohm mono load.
If you have Single voicecoil subs wired in parallel, you have a 2 ohm mono load - your amplifier will eventually fail.
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Protection light

You cannot parallel two subs AND run them on the Bridge. You must have at LEAST a 4 ohm load on the bridge, and 2 4 ohm subs in parallel equals TWO OHMS. BAD!!! Move each sub to it's own channel or your amp will soon fry.
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Rockford 750X

Check your wiring, and if everything is fine you might have a blown or broken channel on your amp
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