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i have a rockford fosgate 1200 pro series amp, i have it bridged and the my two 12" kicker solo barics connected in series....... it rarely over heats and shuts down my amp, i would say only in the summer it does it, my question is how or what would i use as far as a fan to cool it?
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sorry about the 2nd post on this subject, my comp f'd up on me.................
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Go to your local computer store or best buy. Grab on or more 80mm fans. They should do the trick.
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What is the best way to wire them up to a 12v system? just up to a switch, then into the fuse box? or do you need a resistor ect..?
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