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Old 04-09-2014, 12:16 PM
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Old 04-09-2014, 01:13 PM
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I'd say you are getting very limited return by adding just one JL 10" infinite baffle sub. I'd suggest either just doing the 900/5 and being content, or open a whole can of worms and go crazy like me : 200 watts to each of the (10) JL 7.7 speakers, and a 13W7 (or equivalent you prefer) properly powered...1200/1 in my case. But then be aware you are opening up battery/alternator/charger issues. It is a slippery slope!
Can you share the details of your sub install? I have a 13W6 and am looking for ideas.
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Old 04-09-2014, 01:58 PM
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Can you share the details of your sub install? I have a 13W6 and am looking for ideas.
it is covered in an old thread but here are the basics:

Amps:
2 x 600W MHD 6600's = 1,200W Running (6) JL 7.7 in boat speakers
1 x M800/8 Running (4) JL 7.7 tower speakers
1 x HD1200/1 running the 13W7 in a ported box
1 x M200 running the 10" JL free air sub that came with boat (may just unhook this)

batteries on an isolated bank - (2) Lifeline 8D's with 255 Ah each
Intelli-Power 80A Charger
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Old 04-09-2014, 03:45 PM
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Does anyone have any experience with running this amp? I am considering running the four 100w channels to each in boat speaker and using the 500w sub channel to power two 10" IB JL's. I typically like to run my subs off of their own amp but can get a good deal on this particular amp. The boat has an existing 200/2 JL amp that I was going to just run to the two tower speakers.

Any thoughts?
I just installed 2 of them one runs the front, middle/rear speakers and 1 10" sub, then the other runs the tower speakers bridged and the other sub.

Not to hijack but what settings arer recommended?
mine is 12db on the front/rear/sub and set the pod at around 90... seems okay probably need to adjust more.
Speakers JL 7.7 in bow,6.5's in middle and rear, 7.7 component in tower.
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Old 04-09-2014, 03:48 PM
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^^^ Call JL audio customer service and they can dial you in real good.
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