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customsuburb 
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I guess people can't read. Alpine Type-X - Page 2 -- posted image. It does say in the manual that the jbl 1200.1 can run at 1 ohm safely. Wire your subs for one ohm like this.

Alpine Type-X - Page 2 -- posted image.

grat81 
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lol thanks customs -- that's all i wanted to know ;) if it can run safely and wont clip out on me, I'll go ahead and wire them up as shown and we'll see what happens.
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customsuburb wrote:

I guess people can't read. Alpine Type-X - Page 2 -- posted image.

Haha. Actually, I can read. Alpine Type-X - Page 2 -- posted image. but I couldn't get that whole page to work (the one grat sent in pdf) properly so I looked up more info on that amp to see if it really was 1ohm stable, and I only saw that most JBL amps are 2 and 4ohm stable. If I'm wrong, i'm wrong. Oh well.

But hey, if it's 1ohm stable and you want to hook it up that way, then go for it. I couldn't find how many watts it put out at 1ohm, so I'm sure with that many watts to those type x's, it'd sound alright. So good luck with the setup. Ha.

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eklipz17 wrote:
customsuburb wrote:

I guess people can't read. Alpine Type-X - Page 2 -- posted image.

Haha. Actually, I can read. Alpine Type-X - Page 2 -- posted image. but I couldn't get that whole page to work (the one grat sent in pdf) properly so I looked up more info on that amp to see if it really was 1ohm stable, and I only saw that most JBL amps are 2 and 4ohm stable. If I'm wrong, i'm wrong. Oh well.

But hey, if it's 1ohm stable and you want to hook it up that way, then go for it. I couldn't find how many watts it put out at 1ohm, so I'm sure with that many watts to those type x's, it'd sound alright. So good luck with the setup. Ha.

i was just messing wth you lol... supposedly the JBL amp puts out the same amount of power at 1 ohm as it does at 2 ohms.

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