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Old 11-19-2012, 08:44 PM
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Default How LOUD ?? J&M ROKKER Harley Audio

HOW LOUD can we get the fairing speakers to play on the Harley Bagger ?? ,,,,,

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Old 11-19-2012, 11:39 PM
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Nice video about just how loud you can make your J&M speakers. I really enjoy my system right now and can't wait til I can add the front lowers and the saddle bag lid speakers. I do have one question well maybe two questions. Can you also add the sub-woofer speakers to the rear if you already have the Ultra tour pac pods and lid speakers? You'd be running 6 speakers in the rear then. Also I thought that by going from 2 ohms to 4 ohms you cut the wattage output of your amp? If that were the case wouldn't you be losing volume from the amp?

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Old 11-20-2012, 10:00 AM
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WildMan ,,,,,,,

we can connect your rear pod speakers to the rear outputs of the stock Harley HK radio, and then the subs OR the lids to the rear channels of the J&M amplifier ,,,,,,

as for cutting power to a 4-ohm load as compared to a 2 ohm speaker load, that is technically true, however the J&M amps have plenty of power reserve, so we are able to increase input gain, from the source, to compensate for the change in impedance, just like we do when connecting both upper and lower J&M ROKKER FAIRING speakers in series to the front channels of the J&M 500w ROKKER amplifier ,,,,,
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