Hello, i have a hifonics brutus also, in the manual it states to set the eq at half way, so that there is no clipping or at least to prevent clipping , the eq will make the bass punchier, if you do go pass half way, i would recommend to readjust your gain settings, also check your head unit settings and make sure everything is flat, bass, mid bass etc. example i had my eq past half but i had my gain at mid way, it was hitting hard, then i tried turning the eq all the way down and the turning up the gain and the bass was smoother so it depends where you set it, and what settings you have on your head unit tone control (bass, treble etc)
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Re: setting low pass and bass eq
Ok then you dont want to put the gain to max. back off it about an eighth of a turn. turn on the low pass filter and you will be good to go. if you have any more questions email me at [email protected]
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The Hifonics Brutus 2100 is stated to produce 2100 watts RMS @ 1ohm load. Most amplifier manufacturers overstate their claims. The 2100 watt output is most likely at 14.4 volts and not the 12.6 volts your car will actually be providing the amp.
But, even if the actual output was 2100 watts that would be 1050 watts to each 12w7. The 12w7's are rated at 1000watts RMS and 2000watts peak. As a MECP certified installer, any system I have done using 12w7's have had a MINIMUM of 1000 watts being provided to each speaker. My personal preference is to run 1500 watts each and keep the gains adjusted lower on the amp. Thus allowing the amp to run cooler and allow the additional headroom for those "show-off" moments!
Bass drum by convention is ch1 on the board. You need a good drum and a good mic
First set eq flat and pfl ch1, set gain control so drum just hits peak/or red when hit hard.
Send ch to drum group (1+2) on board, or route to master (L+R), depending on type board. Then listen to drum ONLY through the system, and adjust eq so it sounds good at low level then turn it up and keep it sounding good. If it keeps peaking the ch then turn down gain.
There are toys (inserts) you can use noise gates and compressors if available,
Sound is objective and can not be learnt without doing it , good luck. remember good low level sound will always be better than really bad lound sound, start low make it good then make it loud.
Good drums do not need much eq. Get the drum right first.
Subsonic refers to frequencies too low for the human ear to hear. Generally humans can hear frequencies in the range of 20 to 20000 hertz (cycles per second), but we hear best in the range of 1000 to 4000 hertz. High amplitude subsonic frequencies can cause damage to your speakers so many amplifiers have an electronic filter in them to reduce the amplitude of these very low frequency signals.
it all depends on the impendance of your subs if u have duel 4ohm or duel 2ohm, 2 duel 4ohm speakers can be wired at 1ohm to the amp, and with a kx1200.1 that would be pushin 2400 peak and 1200rms if ya have 2 duel 2ohm speaker than you can only wire them to 2ohm and would be pushing 1200 peak and 600 rms with the kx1200, so if you have the duel 4ohm i would go with the kx1200.1 and if u have the duel 2ohm i would go with the hifoncs
Amplifier Class AB Number of Channels 2 RMS Power (4 ohms) 120 watts x 2 channels RMS Power (2 ohms) 200 watts x 2 channels RMS Power (1 ohm) Not Stable Bridged RMS Power 400 watts x 1 channel Total RMS Power Output 400 watts Peak Power Output 1000 watts watts x 1 channel Minimum Impedance Unbridged 2 ohms Minimum Impedance Bridged 4 ohms THD at Rated RMS Power 0.1% Speaker Level Inputs No Preamp Outputs 1 pair Built-in Crossover High-pass (HP), Low-pass (LP), Full (AP) High-Pass Crossover Frequency 40 - 250 Hz Low-Pass Crossover Frequency 40 - 250 Hz Subsonic Filter N/A Signal-to-Noise Ratio N/A Channel Separation N/A Bass Boost 0 - 18 dB Bass/Gain Remote Yes Fan Cooled Yes Fuse Rating 20A x 2