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Old 11-29-2008, 04:16 PM
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Quick Kicker ZX750.1 Question

I'm about to buy a Kicker ZX750.1 mono amp for my 15" RE SE15.

The box will be ported and tuned to 34hz.

Kicker specifications say "Frequency response: 50-200 Hz"

Does that mean I can't run it with my sub/box properly?

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Old 11-29-2008, 05:04 PM
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Also, there is a crossover frequency pictured here...




Is this what I adjust depending on what my box is tuned to? In this case, would this amp not suit my application (34hz)?
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Old 11-29-2008, 06:38 PM
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The amp should work alright. It has a fixes subsonic filter on it, this would save the sub from certain death. It is set at 25hz. The control you are speaking about is for the upper limit of the bass response, it will go as low as 50hz and play below that or as high as 200hz and play below there. My guess is it will be set close to the 90hz mark in your setup. Is the subsonic a little low, yes, by about 1/2 octave. Can the sub still be damaged by low frequencies past the tuning of the box, yes. Do not use too much gain and definitely keep your hands off any amount of excessive bass boost.

Now before you buy the amp, is the sub a dual 4 ohm or dual 2 ohm. This will determine if this is really the ideal amp for you.
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