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Yogesh Khadtare

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I need 1000w rms *2 amp so need total 2000w rms. Car amplifier on home inverter battery would be better or DJ amplifier would do job better? Which would be cheaper? If u have any suggestions for dj amp please lemme know. I won't stress up amp on its final load impedance but would be louder till subwoofer can bare!
 

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Yogesh,
You're in my wavelength. I am already running car systems at home. Full time.
10 years and never had a complaint. Ofcourse it's a SQ type system with very balanced output and no frequency holes.

I am not able to locate the posts/threads where i we've had healthy discussions about using a car audio at home. Anyways, Drop me a line and i'll be able to reply. Your posts are still little confusing about what you want to achieve.


P-S Stop making unncesessary duplicate posts, explain us well and give us some time, we shall explain.
 

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I have pair of heavy 12" autobahn car audio subwoofers. Getting monoblock car amp for dem & gonna built huge ported enclosure tuned lows around 20hz & this will be combined with my recent purchase Sony HT-M5 Explosive 1580W RMS output 5.2 channel component home theater system. Feel free to post suggestions.
 

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Yogesh,
You're in my wavelength. I am already running car systems at home. Full time.
10 years and never had a complaint. Ofcourse it's a SQ type system with very balanced output and no frequency holes.

I am not able to locate the posts/threads where i we've had healthy discussions about using a car audio at home. Anyways, Drop me a line and i'll be able to reply. Your posts are still little confusing about what you want to achieve.


P-S Stop making unncesessary duplicate posts, explain us well and give us some time, we shall explain.


This is what I have with me. Dual 12" autobahn German made car audio subwoofers, and 2 ported enclosures. I am gonna use 2 monoblocks to power these beasts. Now my question is what would be efficient these 2 ported enclosure designed for car or one sealed enclosure having both subs? Another question is I am gonna strap both amps directly to inverter battery & that inverter will be kept on whenever I am gonna use system. I need extreme lows which should be audible in my room like I feel in car! I listen mostly to raps & hip hop by Lil Wayne, wiz Khalifa, gucci mane etc... Felt so good seeing someone using car audio stuff in home from years! Glad to know you. [emoji4]
 

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Yogesh,
You're in my wavelength. I am already running car systems at home. Full time.
10 years and never had a complaint. Ofcourse it's a SQ type system with very balanced output and no frequency holes.

I am not able to locate the posts/threads where i we've had healthy discussions about using a car audio at home. Anyways, Drop me a line and i'll be able to reply. Your posts are still little confusing about what you want to achieve.


P-S Stop making unncesessary duplicate posts, explain us well and give us some time, we shall explain.
Hi

I was going through this thread and I have a similar requirement if u can advise.

I want to run a 300 watt rms pioneer car subwoofer along with 2 nos of 125 watt tower speakers as a home audio setup.

I am confused about the car amplifier power required. Some said it should be double the total rms power required. Some said more power will burn your speakers. I want either pioneer or rockford fosgate. Do I need a mono or 4 channel.

Kindly advise what power subwoofer 4 channel should I buy.

Gautam
 

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For running car sub at home, cheaper option would be getting the 4D Furnishers Subwoofer amp from Amazon. Other option would be to get a power amplifier such as Crown XLS series. This will give you the headroom but that would come at a price.
As for running towers, get a good solid state amplifier.
Car equipment should be left in the car. Trying to run it at home is an exercise in futility. To run a car amp in home you will need either a car battery or a high current 12VDC PSU. Instead of car battery, you can leech off a line from home inverter's battery but then you'll be pissing off your folks in ways more than one.
 

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For running car sub at home, cheaper option would be getting the 4D Furnishers Subwoofer amp from Amazon. Other option would be to get a power amplifier such as Crown XLS series. This will give you the headroom but that would come at a price.
As for running towers, get a good solid state amplifier.
Car equipment should be left in the car. Trying to run it at home is an exercise in futility. To run a car amp in home you will need either a car battery or a high current 12VDC PSU. Instead of car battery, you can leech off a line from home inverter's battery but then you'll be pissing off your folks in ways more than one.
Thanx

Currently I have a audio set up with integrated amp and tower speakers. Since I have an unused pioneer car sub sealed box, i wanted a car amplifier that would drive the sub and the source will be from stereo amp.

As i said i am confused about which and how much power car amplifier shall I buy
 

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As i said i am confused about which and how much power car amplifier shall I buy

If subwoofer is 300w then you need to buy a monoblock which is rated atlesst 300w though more will be better. Resistance of sub will also matter.

If you want to also run front towers then a 4 channel amp will be better. Two channels for both front towers and 3rd and 4rth bridged to power subwoofer. But then sub should atleast be rated at 4ohm. Many amps are not rated to power 2ohm sub in bridged mode.
 
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