Originally Posted by KunaLsFluidic
Hey neil... hw r u buddy?? Congrats on ur gto7001... wats d specs???
U do need hi-lo converters buddy...
Am also looking for some high power cables these days n finally decided to go for isi marked cables frm electric hardware store for my mono amp.. am buyin 4awg power cables fr my mono n 7awg cables fr solid 4... not using alpine anymore.... so rc cables are connected to hu speaker wires thru hi-lo converter... i bought chinese converters 400each as i wud be goin fr a double din soon... converters r very heavy n no point buyin expensiv converters... also buyin bull audio rc cables fr my setup... whicj wires r u using bro ?? Net not orking so replyn frm mobile... email me if u wanna ask further...
hey bro i am fine.
thanks for the help.
got hi-low converter. it converts and amplifies low outputs into 50w preouts. there is same thing available from scosche too but it was costly , around 3k or more. i got mine for 2k. attached a photo below.
I confirm that if WIRING IS DONE PROPERLY , with the use of these converters , our stock HU is fully capable of handling monoamp and four channel amp.
my both amps are total 1300 rms now. Monoamp - 700 rms and four ch amp - 600 rms. there was no cutout or no blowing of the fuse nothing happened. Some dealers or fitting guys who are noobs will bluff you that your system wont take load and this and that. thats not true.
JBL GTO7001 is no doubt a very good monoamp. DBO works perfectly and let us set vast range of high and low frequency bass that is supposed to be played by subwoofer. 4 channel amp never going to able to do it.
and finally you will get more punch along with more clarity with bass then 4 ch amp.
Connected my friends DVC subwoofer to my monoamp , and by mistake i made 1 ohm load to amp
, within a minute the fuse blew.
I had to purchase new fuse. Thank god amp is ok.
Last pic is how I connected wires in my monoamp to get 2 ohm load.
It's parallel connection. All + goes to + of sub and all - goes to - of sub.