Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Midland, Michigan
Run a relay maybe? Second battery? Or... just turn down the bass on the amp so it doesn't draw so many amps. When I had my system in my old car, I had two amps, 1500 watt and 200 watt. The 1500 watt was going to my two kicker L7's that were rated 1500 rms per speaker and the 200 watt was going to my two kenwood 6x9's which were rated 300 rms each. If I turned the volume up too high, the system would suck much more power and my lights would dim each pound. When I kept it reasonable the lights didn't dim at all. I also had a 1.6 Farad cap. Anything pass volume 18 lights dimmed, 17 was my best setting. I also upgraded my alternator. I don't know if that actually help though because I still had the same problems.
^ A lot of rambling but maybe you can find something useful out of it?
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