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By J Haines (alteczen) on Saturday, February 21, 2004 - 11:24 am:    Edit Post Delete Post
Could I get some help with my boat stereo setup from the guys who know a lot about this stuff? Here is what I have now:

(8) Polk Momo Speakers (4 in boat, 4 tower):
Overall Frequency Response 53Hz-25KHz
Nominal Impedance 4 ohms
Power Handling (continuous) 70 w
Power Handling (peak) 140 w
Efficiency 89 dB


(1) Polk Momo 10" Sub:
Overall Frequency Response 24-200
Nominal Impedance 4 ohms
Power Handling (continuous) 300 w
Power Handling (peak) 600 w
Efficiency 86 dB
Voice Coil Diameter: Driver 2" (5.08cm)
Magnet Weight 45.00 oz.

(1) JL Audio e6450 Amplifier:
Rated Power (stereo):
45W RMS x 6 @ 4 ohm (12.5V);
75W RMS x 6 @ 2 ohm (12.5V)

Rated Power (bridged):
90W RMS x 3 @ 8 ohm (12.5V);
150W RMS x 3 @ 4 ohm (12.5V)

I'm pretty sure I need another e6450 Amp. I'm thinking 1 amp for the 4 speakers in the boat, 1 amp for the 4 tower speakers. Should I add another for a sub?

What will all these amps do to my battery? Sounds to me like if I sat for 5 minutes idle while listening to music my boat's battery would be toast...

Thanks for the help...

(Message edited by alteczen on February 21, 2004)

 
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