Off topic but just so you know you
Should be 2 gauge but more realistically 1/0. If it were to actually draw 200 amps you could potentially melt that wire. I use to work in an audio shop, I had seen some weird things come in. I do prefer the breakers over fuses though, good choice there
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I could change it out for a 150 or 120 or a 100 amp breaker.
What is your opinion.
The amp connectors on the Punch amps are a little less than 8 gauge which is what I used that you can see in the first pic.
The 3 amp power wires together are about the size of the 4 gauge cable coming into the amp bay cap, or less.
I ran some 8 gauge from the 1000.1 amp as speaker wire to the subs.
They're Cadence 65 lb each subs rated 1000 rms
Have to put the empty 30 lb box in and then put them in.
With their location in the back still easy to open it to get to the amp bay.
I also have in/out 12v pc fans for cooling.
Amazon has auto breakers for 12.00 prime.
I've never had a short for it to trip in 2 years of use.
As to load wire doesn't even get hot.
I use it to turn off the power while working on it.
The 500a2 and 600a4 have enough slack on the wiring to pull them up enough to tune the amps or change them out.
If it shorts which is unlikely as the cable doesn't rub against any metal I want it to trip and not catch fire.
I guess the lowest breaker that won't melt the wire would be best.
Right now I'm waiting for a pac harness for the HK system instead of the Lc7i in the pic so it's not even on.
I had this system in my non HK SRT where the Lc7i worked well and am re installing it in my Trackhawk.
Besides the subs I have Hertz 6x9 and 6.5 HCX door speakers
for the amps to power.