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zaner1 05-23-2007 10:05 AM

Question: <BR>I am wanting to add more BOOM to my boat. I had one person reccommend "capacitors" as apposed to more batteries. What are your thoughts or suggestions. <BR>We like to drop anchor and listen to loud music for extended periods of time. Please tell me what will give me best results??? <BR>Thanks in advance....

evil0ne 05-23-2007 10:48 AM

long periods of time == more batteries <BR> <BR>more boom == more amps and subs <b>and</b> batteries<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/proud.gif" border=0>

denverd1 05-23-2007 11:18 AM

caps are NOT what you need. like evil said, more time = batts. more boom, ya need more of everything!

yosquire 05-23-2007 12:04 PM

It is suggested that capacitors help the amps deal with multiple high current BASS hits in rapid succession. Batteries can not respond as fast as a capacitor in terms of delivering high current bursts. <BR> <BR>That being said, a capacitor will not extend your play time. It may, or may not, provide better sound quality for heavy bass songs. <BR> <BR>Put your money in batteries and high quality amps before putting it in capacitors. Unless you're going for looks. An expensive capacitor with a voltage read out looks cool.

clayton191 05-23-2007 12:39 PM

Craig, <BR> <BR>Well said. I think caps look cool too, but didnt want to say that cause I didnt want to look like a dork. <IMG SRC="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" ALT=":-)" BORDER=0>

kottonm0uthking4 05-23-2007 1:36 PM

Caps help with voltage drops. If you have your stereo cranked up and bass booming, you will notice a voltage drop. I dont see the purpose of caps... i would rather put the money into a 200A HO alternator... thats for my car. If you have voltage drops with that... then add a cap

zaner1 05-23-2007 1:37 PM

I had two different people telling me two different things, so this is why I asked the question. I knew I would get a straight answer here. Thanks guys.

evil0ne 05-23-2007 2:31 PM

Don't ever listen to the cap guy again <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/proud.gif" border=0>.

olskooltige 05-23-2007 2:39 PM

Caps are a band aid. A fix for voltage drop is a properly rated charging system.

johnsvt 05-23-2007 4:46 PM

Caps are on the way out. A good battery like kinetic would be a much better option. A kinetic battery has low internal resistance to help with the need for a quick hit, and recharge quickly also...you could also check out nsb batteries (model nsb90) they seem to work good also.


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