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Old 05-14-2012, 07:30 AM   #11
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What a wicked setup. I've always wanted to work for a car audio company...
I guess it depends on the company.Unfortunately, this is not glamorous or presitgous.Im sure other companies might be different, but due to a corporate merger, the rules and policies have taken the fun out of it.But there are still some perks.
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Old 05-14-2012, 02:10 PM   #12
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Theres a lot of missconception about caps and if they do or dont work. They should not be used as a "band aid" to fix a weak electrical system.The "big three" is not going to fix that either. They do help to smooth the ripple in voltage the amp sees,less starvation for the amp.To understand how it works, you need to look at a electrical system.Theres resistance in sthw wires and the battery etc.First, a power capacitor is placed much closer to the amplifiers than the battery is so that voltage drop is going to be much less all other things being equal. But second, your charging system probably isn't designed to provide current draws that large at any time. So your amplifiers are going to have to get the power from the vehicle's battery as well as the alternator. And the battery has its own internal resistance which, as stated before, is much higher than that of a car audio power capacitor. Because of this extra internal resistance it is not an effective means of delivering large amounts of instantaneous current. So with a capacitor installed you can deliver a large current burst during a music transient and then the capacitor can recharge during the non-peak portions of the music and the cap will charge much fater then your cars battery will.
We tested our 50 farad cap, after charging it with a simple 9V battery, the output leads could cut through a aluminum can.
" So with a capacitor installed you can deliver a large current burst during a music transient and then the capacitor can recharge during the non-peak portions of the music and the cap will charge much fater then your cars battery will" - Just curious how much current is your cap rated to deliver?

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I guess it depends on the company.Unfortunately, this is not glamorous or presitgous.Im sure other companies might be different, but due to a corporate merger, the rules and policies have taken the fun out of it.But there are still some perks.
I just use your amps, but I'm not too up on PG's status. Who'd you guys merge with? and why?
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I just use your amps, but I'm not too up on PG's status. Who'd you guys merge with? and why?
The parent company is AAMP of America. I work for PAC.Under the main company is iSimple,Stinger,Sound Quest,Best Kits,Select Products,American International and Peripheral. So i went from knowing one line and maybe 200 parts to 8 lines and over 15,000 parts without any additional compensation. The merger is is just to dominate the industry.
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need to clean up some wiring still
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Have a problem with the left subs not working.I think its a manufactering problem.But for 2 subs only, its insane so far.Need to still make a board to cover the plexy and battery and flush mount the amps.
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