Try here http://www.crutchfield.com/S-siipLrvImsh/cgi-bin/prodsearch.asp?s=0&g=725&est=&search=capOriginally posted by DYSFUNCTIONAL:
thanks for the response...i called the audio place that installed my amp and they told me over the phone that it could be the battery..or the woofer is "clipping" (gonna be blown) ....hmm? im having them check it out on Friday...
what does those capacitors or fosgate cap do? how do they work?
Yes, the blue tube is my capacitor. In my case it is a 1.0F capacitor. The rule of thumb for figuring out how large of a cap to buy is that you need 1.0F for every 1000W of total power that your system has. So, if your amp is less then 500W, get a 0.5F cap, 500-1000W, use 1.0F, 1000-1500, use a 1.5F, etc.Originally posted by DYSFUNCTIONAL:
regarding the other thread "subwoofer gallery" whats that blueish tube? is that the capacitor?