i wanted to know bc i went to get measured and i have a hifonics bxi1206 and 50 sec into it my amp just stoped i and it came back about 30 sec later could it be bc of that fuse not getting enough power from the battery or just the amp prob got hot?
btwi got 146flat
06-09-2006 01:56 PM
as long as it matches the fuse rating on the amp, it should be fine but the in line fuse isnt really necessary
06-09-2006 01:54 PM
i have another question and im sry if its stupid but i wanted to know if the fuse near the battery should match up to the fuses on your amps ex. i have two amps one with an 80maxi fuse and the other with a 60maxi fuse should the fuse near the battery be at least 140 or can it be smaller like 100?
06-09-2006 01:20 PM
k thanks alot ill tell him to order it as soon as he gets the money.
06-09-2006 01:18 PM
its a good amp, it should get the job done
and you set both gains to 5v
06-09-2006 01:10 PM
is this a decent 4 channel?
my friend keeps complaining his speakers arnt loud enough since he is playing it from a his hu only and he doesnt want to spend a lot of money on an amplifier so i was wondering if this is a decent amp that will push his speakers enough. http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_7079.html
also i think his deck is a 5v deck and if i were to install it for him would the channel gains be set to 5v or to 2.5v on each gain knob.
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