Adding a second deep cycle battery for car audio system to existing stock battery?
My new stereo system build includes FOUR Sundown Audio SA-8 V.2 SPL custom built subs in a ported box under my 3" raised seats tuned to 31hz with Focal Components all around. But to the important part that retains to the question...
I will be running an Audiopipe 30001D 3000-3100 wrms @ 1 ohm and an Audiopipe 600.4. So I will be running roughly 3700wrms. I am also purchasing a Mechman 270a alternator from my car audio dealer. Hopefully this alternator will give me enough amps for my 3700 watts.
So... Can anyone recommend a spiral cell battery that is better than an Optima Yellow Top? I need a pretty powerful battery to hold to my amperage draw I will be pulling.
The 30001D is two 1500D's internally strapped together. The 1500D's are one ohm stable as their raiting is
1500 wrms @ 1 ohm
750wrms @ 2 ohm
Copied and pasted straight from Audiopipe.com
Channels 1 Ch Class D
Power (P.M.P.O) 3000 Watts
Power (R.M.S) 3000W x 1 @ 2 Ohm
1800W x 1 @ 4 Ohm
1500W x 2 @ 1 Ohm
950W x 2 @ 2 Ohm
600W x 2 @ 4 Ohm
Read the directions or go to their website. Im looking at the instructions right here and it says the same thing. So sorry, but yes, this amp is one ohm stable. A very versatile amplifier. I can get 3000 wrms out of 1 or 2 ohms. Its great.