Well I see it everywhere I go and everywhere I look.
I just want to know where do you run your volt meters at?
I just used a dmm to test a few cars for voltage drop and got different results which could influence where the vm is ran to not very sure.
99 taurus 1500 watt amp. full tilt 14.4v @ battery but 12.5v-12.8v @ amp.
91 ranger 700 watt amp. full tilt 13.5v @ battery and 13.3v @ amp.
2002 mustang 1000 watt amp. full tilt 13.9v @ battery and 12.5v @ amp.
I'm wondering why does the reading read higher at the batt then the amp by such a large amount? If the batt is seeing a constant 14.4v and not dropping why would the amp only be getting mid 12s? could this be a poor connection maybe or bad ground?
And the other question is where do you run your volt meter to the batt or amp pos/neg? I've always ran mine to the batt thinking that whatever my batt was reading was what the amp was seeing and it appears I've been wrong for a while.. oh the joys of being a newbie.
2005 Dodge Magnum RT
4 Sundown Audio SA 15's, 1 Sundown SAZ4500 @ 0.5OHM Daily, 8 fosgate mids/highs w/ fosgate 400-4 amp. 152.9db @ 44 hrtz, 149.6db @ 22 hrtz sealed up legal on dash! Box 14.5 cu ft tuned @ 30 hrtz.