vibe delta box

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  1. shady786

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    hi every one
    im connecting my vibe delta box line driver check it out at http://www.vibeaudio.co.uk/index.asp...ssories-f.html does any one know were should i put it?
    will it be better off just next to the head unit or can i bring it to the boot next to the amp? will it reduce the quality of the sound if i take it to the boot cz of the rca cable traveling through the car then getting boosted or is that wrong, some one plz correct me :suicide:
     
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    Hi Shady welcome to the forum. It will not really make a diferance where it is. Subject to clearance behind the headunit. If you are going o fit it make sure you ground is good ( earth) and all the connections are made and job should be a gud un.
     
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    If you are fitting a line driver what you really need to know:

    Is the amp up to the job ie canm it handle the volts you are about to "input"

    Please confirm list of equipment thanks.
     
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    i have a fusion fjl 1211d i think it shuld handle it, i thought the signal might get abit interfeared if i put the line driver at the boot because of the rca cable traveling through the car first then into the the line driver thanks for your advice
     
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    Dynamic Power 2500 Watts
    Damping Factor > 200
    T.H.D. 0.05%
    Dimensons (mm) (W) 275 x (L) 365 x (H) 65
    Variable Phase Shift 0 – 180 degrees
    Variable Sub Sonic Filter 10Hz * 35Hz
    Variable ŒQ
    Variable Input Adjustment 200mV * 7VRCA Input and Pass Thru
    Chrome Anti-tamper Cover
    5-way protection: Thermal, Overload, DC-Offset, Short Circuit and Reverse Polarity
    12.6 Volt Power Output Specification
    – 600 WRMS x 1 into 4 Ohms
    – 850 WRMS x 1 into 2 Ohms
    14.4 Volt Power Output Specification
    – 800 WRMS x 1 into 4 Ohms
    – 1250 WRMS x 1 into 2 Ohms

    Seems to be able to manage it. What headunit are you using?

    Also i as a rule run my power cables one side of the vehicle and the signal the other. Also it does not matter where you wire it in. I would put it as close to the amp as possible.
     
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    thanks thats really helped theres one more thing in my head that ive been asking every one, is there any point in having a 0 gauge power cable then turning it into a 4 gauge using a fused distribution block or is pointless and the same as having a 4 gauge wire from the battery instead :lease:
     
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    im using a sony 3 equalizer xplod head unit because got it really cheap want to get the new alpine headunits but broke at the moment, have you got an install that ur proud of??
     
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    in short,

    the power you are gonna use needs to come from the battery. the more you need the better #( thicker) the cable has to be. as the run from the block is short its ok to use 4 awg. but from the battery use thicker thus avoiding fires/shorts and car burnouts. :thumbsup: :cool:
     
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    thanks alot m8 for all the advice :smashin:
     

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