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1. Product:

Kicker Warhorse

The amp has 1 year left on the Warranty that will be honored by Audio Savings to the buyer.



2. Specs:

Warhorse | KICKER

3. Description/Condition:
Amp is in perfect condition. 10/10 mechanically and cosmetically.

I also have the WXRC remote for the amp.


4. Price: :
$1050 plus shipping...PM me for details on pricing

$200 for the WXRC.

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ModelWX10000.1
RMS Power in Watts
@14.4V, 2O Mono, =1.5% THD+N 10000x1
@14.4V, 4O Mono, =1.5% THD+N5000 x 1

Length35” (888mm)Height3 3/4” (96mm)Width17 3/4” (450mm)Weight66.8 lb (30.3kg)Frequency Response, + 0 / - 1 dB20 Hz - 200 HzSignal-to-Noise Ratio>95 dB, a-weighted, re: rated powerInput Sensitivity170 mV - 5 V low levelLow Pass CrossoverVariable Low-Pass, 50 - 200Hz, 24dB per octaveHigh Pass Sub-Sonic CrossoverVariable High Pass, 20 - 60Hz, 24dB per octaveBass BoostVariable 0 to +18 dB boost @ 40 Hz
 

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let me know if it falls threw!

also this amp is somewhat confusing, it sais vc 1 and vc 2

are the 2 inputs in vc 1 (and vc 2) just internally bridged
any clarification would be greatly appreciated

im trying to run two Dual 2 woofers here.
 

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I honestly have no clue how the amp works I just run it the way the manual says to run it.

Here is a sub chart for the warhorse based on number of subs being run.

1 sub- D2

2 Subs- D1

4 Subs- D2

8 Subs- D1

and so on....I think yall see the pattern.
 

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I honestly have no clue how the amp works I just run it the way the manual says to run it.

Here is a sub chart for the warhorse based on number of subs being run.

1 sub- D2

2 Subs- D1

4 Subs- D2

8 Subs- D1

and so on....I think yall see the pattern.
Wouldnt that end up @:
1ohm or 4ohm
.5ohm or 4ohm
.25 or 4ohm

Hey there's a pattern, maybe Kicker wants us to wire @ 4ohms?
 

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Wouldnt that end up @:
1ohm or 4ohm
.5ohm or 4ohm
.25 or 4ohm

Hey there's a pattern, maybe Kicker wants us to wire @ 4ohms?
Nope you have to look at the coils separately.

if you have 2 subs that are dual 1s the coil 1s have to be wired to equal 2 ohms and coil 2 has to be wired to equal 2 ohms.

The easiest way to look at wiring the subs is if you have 2 subs look at coil 1 like 1 dual 1 sub and the same for coil 2.

For 2 subs you would wire coil 1 on each sub in series and coil 2 on each sub in series to obtain 2 ohms per coil.
 

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Nope you have to look at the coils separately.

if you have 2 subs that are dual 1s the coil 1s have to be wired to equal 2 ohms and coil 2 has to be wired to equal 2 ohms.

The easiest way to look at wiring the subs is if you have 2 subs look at coil 1 like 1 dual 1 sub and the same for coil 2.

For 2 subs you would wire coil 1 on each sub in series and coil 2 on each sub in series to obtain 2 ohms per coil.
Damn that sounds extremely confusing. I better get to reading. So I can be ready for when I get mine. Yours is still pending isn't it.
 
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