no. inductance causes distornion in cables. wirings cariyings current parallet to a wire will inducat a current int it. kepp rca s away from power wire or cross perpendsucar if they touch.Originally posted by n0K3p@Jun 11 2004, 12:20 AM
if my 12+ wire from the battery runs outside of a car a little bit (about 15 inch) from under the hood to the front door. Could it cause any distortion from wind, sun or something else?
Hmm, that means something. Ok, I trust you.Tell me. If a cap can discharge to maintain a voltage, how long does it take to recharge? And what happens when the voltage is dropped when the cap is recharging? With a very bass intensive bit of music does the cap ever get recharged?
No it just means that your primary wiring and battery are not up to the job. A cap does not charge and discharge instantly. It may discharge in a few milliseconds but it will always take longer to recharge than the discharge time.Originally posted by zoomdaddy@Jun 14 2004, 10:45 PM
If you want mega bass, you have to have a cap..
i have a 3 farad digital on 2000 watt 4 chan amp to 2 12 inch infinity subs.
with the capacitor unhooked, my lights dim like crazy with the bass and i lose the much desired SLAM..
I hook it up and BOOOOM
instant bass boost..
can never have too much capacitance..
charges and discharges instantly. saves ur battery and alternator.
believe me.. i have went through 4 alternators before the capacitor install