jl audio 500/1
2x JL 1000/1 V1 or V2
One can buy a JL Audio amp from several different locations. The first place to look would be JL Audio's official website. Other sources of JL Audio amps include eBay, Amazon and Sonic Electronix.
If its a good after market headunit it should be ok, but an amp will always be the best idea.
Absolutely! You can die from the energy stored an ANY amp. Remember that. There are many sites that can help you drain the energy away.
the best combo for subs and amps would have to be P.G. amps and jl audio subs Flipy Floppy
I have a set of 12 pr series subs. They sound great and in a small seaed box. I tried a set of jl w0 which were comparable. The jl audio subs literally fell apart.
my 400 watt amp pounds my 3 jl 10's not to potentual but not bad
It is safest to bring it into a repair shop, but you could take apart the amp's front panel and see if you can't re-attach the input.
JL Audio was created in 1975.
JL Myers is 5' 8".
You need to run at least 500 watts from a real amp to push the speakers to potential without overheating. I am running a 1x1000watt monoblock kicker amp at both of them and it is all I ever wanted and it will handicap anybody within 100ft of the car.
There are no words in the English language that begin with the letters jl.
In the JL movie JL DOOM
JL Studios Recording was created in 1989.
These have been refurbished and tested by JL Audio directly with factory specifications. 100% JL Audio parts
It depends on the impedance of the speaker. You can bridge channels 1 & 2 for one speaker and bridge 3 & 4 for the other speaker. Do not use splitters on the inputs, just find the female RCA input labeled "mono". If I were you, I would just buy a used JL 500.1 and call it a day. You can get a used one for +/- $225.
Take You Apart was created in 2003.
JL Audio was founded in 1975 by James Birch and Lucio Proni
look in your fuse bos under the hood and you have to take the bos apart so you can get to the little bolts that hold the fuse in
What are you wanting to take apart on your Continental?