would that 120 amp do much for the boom system i am running with the stock head unit ? Maybe I could help him out wth the upgrade.
Problem is your stock system has 2 ohm speakers, the amp being 4 ohms would be always overworking, if it were the other way around (amp 2 ohm and speakers 4 ohm) no problem. I'm sure you Boom speakers are 2 ohm also, so I wouldn't recommend you use that amp.
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how hard is it to wire the RF PBR?i dont imagine its plug and play?
Just installed over the holidays the PBR300x2, hawgwired ZX's in stock location and added a set of Pioneer's to inner fairing. Ran Hawgs and Pioneers in parallel. 4 OHM speakers with amp at 2 OHM. Not hard to wire, used the pigtails that came with amp and soldered connections, then taped it all up nice and neat.
That's actually a 120 watt amp I beleive 60 watts per channel at 4 ohms, not a whole lot more than the HK head unit. What is the impeadance of the speakers, (2 or 4 ohm)? It would probably be a good idea to contact Hawgwired, IMO I don't know if he's going to be able to get much more sound, looks like a might be an expensive lesson, one good reason to shop around and check the forums. I hoe all works out, I'll be keeping track of the thread. Also another thing to keep in mind, if he's driving 200 watt speakers with a 120 watt amp there is a lot of loss potential there.
after talking to hawg wired i think we got it figured out.i bought everything new except for the hawg wired amp i purchased from a friend,so i didnt have an instruction manual.i didnt have the amp connected to the radio output through rca/3.5 mil plug to back of amp.after getting the $4.00 cable and plugging it in,its hitting pretty good now.those guys at hawg wired talked to me for 20 minutes trying to figure out my problem without making me feel like i was bugging them.thats good service.good service is hard to find these days.
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