basiclly lithiums can provide the on demand current for amps and keep voltage up (meanwhile a standard AGM will drop ) and recharge in half the time and support much more current demand but need to be tendered and kept within there voltage range (not overcharged or ran below nominal voltage)...they are not as forgiving as a AGM battery but 2 or 3 of these can support upwards of 18k or more if you have the alternators to recharge them....and that saves ALOT of weight it would take 7 to 10 AGM batteries to support that amount of wattage...however lithiums are exspencive and there lifespan is untested....but do ware out
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My juicebox lithium works extremely well and I'm very happy with it, I'm going to sell it after I sell my subs though I travel for work and I don't need a huge system that I can't use so I'm doing a major downsize.
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