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ApuPimpin
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ApuPimpin Apr 3, 6:25pm - #433773 

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what kind of subs should I get with this amp

well my subs are RIP in their grave angry and i think i need new ones here is the specs of the fosgate amp I have right now


Rockford Fosgate Power T10001bd
Key Features:
> 500 watts RMS x 1 at 4 ohms (750 watts RMS x 1 at 2 ohms)
> 1000 watts RMS x 1 at 1 ohm (1-ohm stable)
> frequency response 20-250 Hz
> Class bd technology
> CEA-2006 compliant
> requires 1/0-gauge power and ground leads wiring and hardware not included with amplifier
> variable low-pass filter (32-250 Hz, 24 dB/octave)
> Para-Punch bass EQ (0-18 dB with variable center frequency between 35-70 Hz) with wired remote control
> MOSFET power supplies and outputs
> MEHSA mounting technology increases the heat transfer from the MOSFET output devices to the heat sink, for higher power output, lower operating temperatures, and greater reliability.
> TOPAZ noise-killing differential inputs eliminate 80% of ground loop noise between the head unit and the amp.
> TRANS-ana circuitry keeps preamp signal clean
> NOMAD advanced protection circuitry monitors temperature, voltage, current and impedence, and provides "intelligent" shut-down protection without limiting system performance.
> fan cooled
> preamp outputs for easy connection to a second amplifier
> bd Sync terminal for connection to a second bd amplifier, to drive a common load
> fuse rating: 150A x 1
> dimensions: 17-15/16"W x 2-11/16"H x 12-3/4"D
> warranty: 2 years
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eclipseturbogsx Apr 3, 7:04pm - #433774 

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very nice and powerful amp. It's a class bd which drains A LOT of power. Look for a sub around 1000w RMS and you should be good. I would go with the fosgate T1 series and put it in a 1.5 sealed enclosure.
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ApuPimpin Apr 3, 7:35pm - #433775 

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just get 1 12?
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lpfan076 Apr 3, 7:58pm - #433776 

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2 12's and bridge the amp at 1 ohm

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Live42day Apr 4, 4:10am - #433777 

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Originally Posted by lpfan076

2 12's and bridge the amp at 1 ohm


Like what was said above.. That amp is going to suck power as it is. Knocking it down to one ohm on 2 subs is going to be even worse.

Originally posted by RICOGT:
i wanted to get the vac gauge because it constantly moves. more of a race feel i think
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ApuPimpin Apr 4, 4:56am - #433778 

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I also have a 1 fared rockford fosgate cap
I'll post pics it's nicely mounted just no subs angry
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unstopable Apr 4, 6:26am - #433779 
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cool well i had a 1500bd and had two 12 in power hx2's (R.I.P) But i dont know nothing i know of sounds better then a w7 or jl audio period.
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crystalalien87 Apr 4, 10:41pm - #433780 
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2 12's with Infinity Subs smile cool thumbsup
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