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nice looking sub.


So is its currently running in the car then?

dont know where I got the impression that you were using it for a PC sound system.


So what you doin' - just running the mid/tweets straight from the car radio?



Car now just has stock radio. That subwoofer and the MTX 250w 2 channel amp are in my office hooked to my Home Theater / PC sound system. I WOULD have used my Alpine 600w Monoblock amp to push it in here....BUT, I really don't think that Generic 450w PSU will do the trick for that one, lol.


You had it right.....I moved it FROM the car INTO the PC gaming room
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This is an old post, I get that... I'm running two RockFord Fosgate Punch PR1's with a Kenwood KAC 8105D (Dual Channel-Mono D Block) It's 1000w peak and 300w RMS... To your comment about the 600w monblock amp and the 450w PSU it really doesn't matter. I have a 300w PSU and I sometimes push my subwofoers to the max with no error at all...Besides the neighbors rolleyes.gif

Incorrect. You're having massive voltage drop which introduces clipping. Just the psu alone on a setup like this isn't enough. You need a battery too so it's right. It'd be like trying to run a car system directly off the stock alternator with no battery. It'll work but not properly and not forever.
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When I get a car :-) As of now frown.gif It's in the house for now...
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