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Posted: Fri Jun 01, 2007 9:55 pm 
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hi fellas,

just redoing my boot install and have a question about wiring up caps. i know theres been a few threads on this, but the pics are gone from aaron's tutorial? anyone got a wiring diagram they can put up for me? i run 2 response amps- 1 x 1000wrms in 2 ohm mode running 2 vdo 450wrms 12" subs, and 130wrms x 4. 2 channels in 2 ohm mode running a pair of 80wrms splits each. other 2 channels running a pair of sony 6.5"s for rear fill. not sure if i actually need a cap but it looks cool in my install. can anyone help?

 

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Posted: Fri Jun 01, 2007 9:59 pm 
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Definitly no need for a Cap in that install... im running a very similar install....

running 2x 12" 400rms Subs with a responce 1500wrms mono at 2ohm and front 2 way splits and rear 2 way spilts off Responces 130rmsx4 4 channel.... and it handles fine
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Posted: Fri Jun 01, 2007 10:02 pm 
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Southy is right, you don't need a CAP

But course you can have one! It will eliminate headlight dim on the big bass notes etc

Wiring wise, its all parallel (which i think is in Aarons tutes???)

 

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