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tnelson 
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This is prolly a dumb question but i'm going to get a set of 9500 15s and i'm going to keep my type x 12s installed..is there a way I can set it up where i can choose what pair my amps are powering..like audio shops have it setup?? I want to do this until I get 2 more amps and upgrade my electrical system
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Posted: January 14, 2005 at 11:02 AM / IP Logged  
Sure, a variety of ways.  Just connect one set of subs to the amp at a time.  Or are you looking for something for switching subs while you're driving?
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Posted: January 14, 2005 at 11:02 AM / IP Logged  

Its not a dumb question.......just a silly idea, COME ON MAN.....

You want to A, B, between a pair of 15's and 12's..........WHY?

Yard them 12's out , make a new box, and bust on them 15's...........

tnelson 
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stevdart...yah..I meant while driving...
KarTuneMan... your the 100th person today to tell me that..i've been asking people at work ...and they are all like..dude..get the 9500 15s and call it a day. They should killlllll in my s-10 blazer
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Posted: January 14, 2005 at 11:09 AM / IP Logged  

Do you have room for all those subs?

Russound used to mave a "passive" switcher. I havent seen one around in a few years, it was 2 channels in, and multi speakers out.....try and find one of those if you REALLY want to do this.

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Posted: January 14, 2005 at 11:12 AM / IP Logged  
Do you have room for all those subs? yah..I was going to go 4 12s ....one I don't want to scrap the 12s I have no..so I wanted an additional set of 9500s or something...
question is..do I have the electrical power to run 4 mono block 1k x 1 amps:)   
figured i could run a set of 12s and a set of 15s
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OK, first off if I read your last post right it looks like you are planing on running th 2 12's and the 2 15's at the same time later down the road which is a horrible Idea and will probally sound like crap. Running different sizes is  a no no and running different sizes and brands makes it a sin. Second off those speaker switchers generally dont handle that kinda power. If you have two mono blocks right now then hook up one set of subs to one amp and the other set to the other then just put toggle swtches on the remote lines. Switch the remote lines to turn the amps on and off.
double-secret reverse-osmosis speaker-cone-induced high-level interference distortion, Its a killer
tnelson 
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Ravendarat thanks for the good infomation. I think i'm going to try a set of 9500 15s

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