kicker L7 box

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  1. 96v6firstcar

    96v6firstcar New Member

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    96v6firstcar New Member

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    oh btw i also have the Alpine CDA-9813 head unit, which sounds awsome. but after its played for a while (30+ min or so) it starts sounding mushy.

    i only have it hooked up to the built in alpine amp at the moment, and 25 is about as loud as it will go without distorting.

    and if it matters i have it hooked up to the power through my fuse box, because since its 60X4 W it said it needed to be hooked up directly to a power supply, but i dont see why it would matter that its hooked up to an inline fuse......

    any suggestions on why is doing this would be GREATLY appreciated.
     
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    urban96 bubb rubb says:"woo woooooo" Founding Member

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    i think it needs to be directly connected to the battery like you would have to do if you were installing an amp.
     
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