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Old     (adsman)      Join Date: Jun 2007       07-24-2009, 7:57 AM Reply   
i am installing a SYN2 powering 2 Pro60s and 2 MB8s (the double up) and I have a few questions:

1. What size fuse/breaker to run between the amp and battery?

2. For the fuse/breaker, is it just a matter of preference between using a fuse or a circuit breaker

3. Having a hard time fishing the wires through the tower... what are my wiring gauge options (ie what is the recommended gauge and what is the min/max gauge that could be used)

4. If i continue to have a hard time running 4 pairs of wires, would it be ok to run 2 pairs up the tower and run the speakers in parallel? if i did this what gauge min/max?
Old     (pprior)      Join Date: Jan 2012       02-20-2012, 12:57 PM Reply   
I'm installing a syn2 to a pair of Rev 8's

Boat is set up with 8 gauge wire running to previous amp. It's a pretty short run - maybe 2-3 feet max.

Am I ok with this wire or do I really need to get 4 gauge (which would involve a lot of extra work!)? What if I would add a second pair of 8's in the future (not planning at this point, but that would drop the resistance to 2 ohms and I assume demand a lot more power from the amp therefore)?

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