What is louder sub on 300 watt amp 10'' 300 watt or 10'' 600 watt?
They can be as loud, as the amp is not delivering 600 watts. The 10" sub rated at 600 watts is able to withstand more power.
It will, but only 1.75 decibels louder. The smallest change in loudness that most people can detect is 1 decibel, so the difference between 400 and 600 watts would be barely noticeable. Read More
There is nothing stopping you, but you risk blowing out the speaker Read More
my 400 watt amp pounds my 3 jl 10's not to potentual but not bad Read More
Yes but it will not be as loud as a bigger amp. Read More
It depends on the rms of the two cvrs combined. Also if the 1200 watt amp is 1200 watt rated (rms) or 1200 watt peak. Lets say the two kickers have an rms of 600 watt each, and the amp is 1200 watt rms, which it probably isnt but i'll pretend. This set up would work because 600 of the amps watts would be correctly matched with one sub, and the other 600 would go… Read More
nope your powering it just right Read More
0n a 120 volt 20 amp circuit can you safely power 1 -1000-watt light 2 -600-watt lights and a 80-watt water pump?
No, the current will be too high. Read More
sure. Will it be loud? No. Its just not enough power to drive that sub. Read More
Yes . So long as the watt difference is not over 300~ ish your sub will be safe from blowing. Read More
You could go with a 600 watt 2 ch amp or a 300 watt mono block amp, depends on what OHM the subs are, if they are 8 ohm you could wire them down to 4 ohm or if they 4 ohm u could wire them to 2 ohm, i have a 600.1 Boss amp and subs are wired together at 2 ohm and they BANG. Read More
ni99a you sleep.... you needa equalizer or a bigger amp. id go with 1000 watt for now to bang them h03z. Read More
You have 2 kicker comp 4 ohm 150 RMS 300 peak power 12 subs what is the best amp to buy to get the best sound?
buy a 600 watt amp. hitron makes a good one really cheap and it has a cool blue light on it. Read More
It will have the potential to over drive the speaker elements and can cause distortion and potential speaker damage. Read More
Yes, but the amp is too powerful and if turned up to full volume will blow the speakers. Read More
Yes, provided you are careful not to accidentally run it at more than 3/4 power. Read More
You are looking for speakers for DJing and you have a 600 Watt amp. What kind of speakers do you buy?
With 600 watts, you can't really go too big, and if you only have one amp, you can't go with separate mids/highs and a sub, so personally, I would try to find a pair of 200 watt speakers that have nice tweeters, mids, and lows, all in one. Don't go for anything over 200 watts each, because you want to leave room on your amp. You don't want to get two 300 watt speakers, because… Read More
1200 watt wiring kit suitable for a 800 watt amp and 1100 watt sub not sure whether this would have a effect on the cables?
1200 Watt wiring is more than enough for an 800 Watt amp. The rating of the sub doesn't make any difference to the cables. If you want to use the sub to its rated power you should get a bigger amp. If the amp can only give out 800 Watts and the sub can take 1100 Watts then you can put a bigger amp on. It is still going to be loud as with an… Read More
I am not a sound man but an electrician. But as I understand it, speakers only receive power. So if you connect 300 watt speakers to a 250 watt amp, you can only get 250 watts out of the speakers. If this understanding is correct, this could not blow your amp. I might say, however, that in most things electrical, they are not intended to be used at maximum output for very long. So if… Read More
Your Amplifier for your 600 watt sub is cutting out The peak in the amp is 600 watts How do you get it to stop cutting out?
you ohm load is too low. raise the ohm load or buy an amp that is stable at the ohm level of the sub. Read More
You CAN, but if you turn the volume too high you will destroy the speaker unless there is a fuse between them. Try a 2 or 3 amp fuse at these power levels. Read More
NONE! 600 watts is nothing you don't need one, but if you insist, one 1 farad would fix you. Read More
No you will not even get close to 1600 watts from that amp. If you read the spec for the amp they were putting 16-18 volts into the amp to get the claimed wattage. In your car you will be lucky to get 13.5 volts. You will see maybe 350 watts. A good rule when buying amps is a good amp will run about $1.00 a watt. So a $300 amp will be @ 300… Read More
This is determined by how you wire your subs to your amp. If you get an amp that's bridgeable to mono, then you can wire your subs in series. You will get much more thump if you do it this way. However, make certain that your amp is bridgeable, and stable down to 2 or even 1 Ohms. Check with the dealer you buy from. When wired the way I mentioned, a 300-Watt amp will… Read More
No, that's just the maximum capacity of the speakers. You can always run them at less than their maximum rating. Read More
Standard 120 volt 15 amp outlet. 300 watts is not a high current demand. Read More
You can draw up to 3,300 watts from a 220V 15 Amp circuit. So the 1,800 watts you are drawing is fine. Read More
1000 watt or 1200 watt depends on if you want to push it your sub is 500 RMS so a 1000 watt will push 500 RMS and a 1200 watt will push 600 RMS whatever the peak of you sub woofer is ie: 2400 watt cut the number in half so 1200 RMS then have a amp that does 1200 RMS Or better they make gains on a amp so u can tune it down… Read More
To answer this question the voltage of the light is needed. I = W/E. Read More
Depends on what your willing to spend.. For two 1200 watt subs I would go with a 1200 watt amp and run both of then 600 watts ( you don't want to always run subs to full power, because the voice coil might blow or you will light your subs on fire). If your feeling brave you can run a 2000 watt amp 0_o that will annoy your neighbours, but make your car bump! Read More
Yes, if you don't turn it up all the way. Excessive power to speakers will result in distortion and possibly even complete failure of the voice coil and/or cone. Read More
A 15 amp circuit breaker will handle this situation very well. The smallest home breaker is rated at 15 amp. Read More
Yes if wired correctly. - Well, actually your question is incomplete. Louder than what, Specifically? Amps, resistance, Box volume, are speakers wire parallel or series, how many channels (old amp), and is the new amp bridgeable? What are the minimum Ohm requirements for the compared Amplifiers? Read More
60, 120, 180, 240, 300, 360, 420, 480, 540, & 600 Read More
75, 150, 225, 300, 375, 450, 525, 600, 675 & 750 Read More
Yes you can. The amplifier will not drive the speaker to its full power and it is important that you don't allow the amplifier to be driven hard enough to distort. Other than that, there shouldn't be any problem at all. Read More
do amps get pushed? Normally a 1200 watt amp would need driving with less than 12 watts of audio. Read More
If you have a 300 watt RMS and 1000Watt peak power sub-woofer what rating of an amplifier should one consider using?
an amp with 300 or less rms wattage output and 1000 or less peak wattage output. Read More
You can but be careful. It's actually better to use an amp with a greater rating than the speaker. If a lower powered amp goes into clipping it will send a square wave to the speaker and blow the high end transducer (tweeter). In recording studios 60 watt Yamaha ns-10's are often powered by 400/Chan amps. The trick is to use a 1 amp fuse to the speakers so they don't get damaged if you… Read More
i had a 800 watt amp with a 800 watt sub both pioneer and my sub blew out so i guess it doesnt matter aslong as u know wut ur subs volume limit is (dont max it out) so since u have 600 extra watts just keep the bass level around -2 or 0..im getting another amp 1200 watts to add 2 my 800 watt amp and im gettin a 1400 watt sub so im… Read More
The first ten are... 150, 300, 450, 600, 750, 900, 1050, 1200, 1350 & 1500 Read More
75, 150, 225, 300, 375, 450, 525, 600, 675, 750, 825 & 900. Read More
In a sense it would, say that 1000 watt amp was a mono channel. that would mean its 1000 watts RMS @ 1-0hm, 2 RF p3 4ohm would make it 500 watts to the two. if you want full power you need a 1200 watt amp @ 1-ohm, that would make it 600 watts to the 2 and that is the RMS of those subs. you can run more but running above RMS can blow… Read More
Is a sealed or ported box better for kicker comp subs and would a 1000 watt pyle amp be good for these subs?
a ported box will hit the lows better than a sealed box. and they will hit harder.. but a ported box will be louder. Read More
a 2000 watt amp takes a 4 gauge wire Read More
I think you mean to ask if one can use a 9v 600mA adapter to power a 9v 300mA appliance. Yes, you can do that. A 9v 600mA adapter will deliver 9v at up to 600mA. A mA is one milli amp, or one thousandth of an amp. 300mA is 300 thousandth of an amp, 300/1000 or 0.3 amps. 600mA is 600 thousandth of an amp, 600/1000 or 0.6 amps, and is twice the current… Read More
Yes the amp can push the 2 subs. I have 2 1250 watt 12inch subs and 1 maybe 400 or 500 watt amp and the amp does fine but if you want more bass at lower levels of volume then you want to have a bigger amp. Just make sure your amp doesnt blow your subs. Read More