Question about Sony Xplod XM-1652Z Car Audio Amplifier
Xplod subwoofer 380 rated power,. maximum to 1300w. while the xm-1652z in bridge connection is 400w x 1 maximum to 1000w x 1.... does a 380w sub can be connected to 400watts x 1chanel ammplifier? pls help me....
Yes. If the rated power is 380W and the Max power is 1000W then it will handle it. Subs fry when clipping occurs. Clipping is when the amplifier is pushed past its capabilities and the output to the sub gets "dirty". The better quality the amp, the safer it will be on your speakers. It is also important to remember that the gain control on the amplifier is NOT a volume control to boot the sound, it is only to match the output from the headunit to the input handling of the amp. Cranking the gain up too much WILL CAUSE CLIPPING.
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
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