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Old 01-26-2002, 08:11 AM
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Clarion SRV303 Marine Subwoofer

Anyone use this yet, it is brand new. I need to ad a subwoffer to my Boat and wondered if this would be a good choice?
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Old 01-26-2002, 08:18 AM
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Ray I know Audiofn will chime in here. The old model sounded good so I would imagine this one will also. Forrest
 
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I just installed 4 Clarion speakers in a center console, no sub though. Looking fwd to hearing what they sound like. I
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I just purchased two Clarion 10" subs, # CM2502-RET from AudioFN. I'll let you know how they sound when they arrive !!!!!

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I have a question....does it matter whether you run a regular car amp for a set of subs, or is a marine amp necessary? Also do I need to run off a seperate battery, or off the circuit breaker panel? Has anyone here installed a small t.v. in there power boat?
 
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Alan do not run a amp off of your cicuit panel. You need to run a seperate power and ground. Depending on the power ratiing of the amp a minimum of 8 guage wire is required and that is for a small amp. If you do not have a extra battery I would recommend you carry a battery buddy in case you kill your battery. Most of the marine amps are not that good and you can run automotive amps. As far as a T.V. you can power that off of a circuit breaker as it does not draw the amount of power a amplifier requires. I hope this helps, Forrest

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I have not heard that sub yet, however the older model is really good. Hey Christopher maybe that is what the hold up is, new speaker coming out. I will have to look into that!!!

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