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I have a Rockford Fosgate 1100a2 and I am unable to find specs on the amp. Anyone have some.
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Look in RF's Archives.
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Don't like rockford subs? Then don't look at my car =)
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if you can't find anything, you can add all of the amprage rationg son the amps fuses together and multiply by 12...that will give you a good idea of what that amp is capibable of. example- one ten amp fuse x 12 = 120 watts.
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soundmasta wrote:
if you can't find anything, you can add all of the amprage rationg son the amps fuses together and multiply by 12...that will give you a good idea of what that amp is capibable of. example- one ten amp fuse x 12 = 120 watts.

That will tell you maximum input wattage - what the amplifier will consume.  Output wattage is dependent on the efficiency of the amplifier and will be somewhere between 50% and 80% of the max input wattage.

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an 1100a2 was around 575x2at 2ohms
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