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mohpro 
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Posted: March 10, 2016 at 12:27 PM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote mohpro
I have two NVX vcw 12's which will be powered by 2 NVX 1200.1 for a total approximate rms of 2400. The enclosure will be ported tuned at either 30 or 32hz, shared chamber with a total net volume of 3.7 cu. Ft. For this set up would a double baffle be enough? How about a double baffle and 45's in the corners? How much bracing would be sufficient for this set up? Also, what power wires should be fused? I will have one run of 1/0 ofc from the primary battery to the secondary battery in the trunk. I will then have the power wires from my 3 amplifiers also connected to the secondary battery (third amp is NVX 800.4). Is a fuse in the power cable from the primary battery sufficiebt or would I also need to fuse each power wire from each amp? Also, i will be doing the big 3 upgrade (ordered a mechman 270amp alternator). Should the power wire from the alternator to the primary battery be fused?
rs specialist 
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Location: Arizona, United States
Posted: March 11, 2016 at 9:42 AM / IP Logged Link to Post Post Reply Quote rs specialist
Fuse should be from the main battery as well as to each amplifier. The fuse is there to protect the vehicle not the amplifiers.

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