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Unread 02-25-2011, 10:45 AM   #1
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2nd Post - Still don't own a golf cart.

I am purchasing an amp and speakers for my golf cart and want to make sure I've got it all correct.

2007 36 Volt EZ-GO. New Trojan batteries and a new 36-12V 25 amp reducer. I am going to buy a universal fuse box as well to run more accessories off of. I have a light kit installed and will be adding the amp and speakers as soon as my cart is painted and reassembled. I have no technical knowledge of anything electric but I am excited to enjoy the learning experiece on this forum and with my golf cart. Let's just call her the EZ-CHIEF (see attached photo, photoshopped the color and decals).

Before I pull the trigger on the amp and speakers, I was hoping someone could confirm for me that I have all the right equipment. Thanks in advance.

The description of the amp I am buying is below. It is a Pyle PLMRMP3A 4 Channel Waterproof MP3/ Ipod Marine Power Amplifier

4 x 100 Watts RMS at 4 Ohms - Anti-Thump Turn-On - Volume Gain Remote Control - Fuse : 10A
4 x 200 Watts Max at 4 Ohms - Soft Turn On/Off - T.H.D: <0.05% - Dimensions: 6.10''Lx3.35''Wx1.38''H
4 x 300 Watts RMS at 2 Ohms - Adjustable High Low Level Inputs - S/N Ratio: >95dB - Accessories:
Electronic Crossover Network - RCA Line Input - Channel Separation: >65dB - iPod / MP3 Waterproof 3.5mm Stereo to RCA Adaptor
2 Ohms Stereo Stable - Power Protection Circuitry - Frequency Response: 10Hz- 40kHz - Remote control for Volume Gain

I am also purchasing PYLE PLMR61B 120 Watts 6.5-Inch 2 Way Black Marine Speakers

Please let me know if I'm heading in the right direction. I want to make sure I get this right.

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Unread 02-25-2011, 09:56 PM   #2
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Default Re: Amp and Speaker Purchase - I need technical advice

Thats alot of watts on that convertor. I would also add a CAP to pop the bass and help take some load off the convertor when you have it cranked up.
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What's a CAP?
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Unread 02-26-2011, 09:10 AM   #4
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What's a CAP?
Capacitor.
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it stores up power and when the amp needs it quickly its there. All good systems use them.
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A cap is useless. You get one quick surge of power, then how is it going to recharge.

I would run an extra battery. I use a group 27 Marine deep cycle trolling battery. I have used it continuous for over 5 hours without dying and plenty of juice left
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