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    Default Brax setup

    Hi all,

    I am about to start putting in a Brax X2400 to run my four doors and a Brax X1000 for my subwoofer, but I am a little unsure if I should opt for a new AGM battery, or just keep the standard 100Ah battery already there?


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    Default Re: Brax setup

    Quote Originally Posted by johnsahl View Post
    Hi all,

    I am about to start putting in a Brax X2400 to run my four doors and a Brax X1000 for my subwoofer, but I am a little unsure if I should opt for a new AGM battery, or just keep the standard 100Ah battery already there?
    Hi, Welcome to the forum.
    Do you plan on doing more engine off listening to the stereo?

    A bigger battery is just going to give you more engine off time.
    I would just get a good reliable battery, that meets or slightly exceeds what the car requires.

    How is your charging system?


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    Default Re: Brax setup

    Thank you. Charging system is almost new, battery as well.

    Not planning alot of off engine time.

    My system is: iPad, HRT iStreamer, Audison Bit Ten D, Brax amplifiers, Mundorf caps, Alpine SPR-60C speakers and a Hertz Mille ML2500 sub


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    Default Re: Brax setup

    I honestly wouldn't bother with replacing the battery.
    The only thing I would do, is do the Big 3
    for your wiring and you should be OK.


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    Default Re: Brax setup

    Thanks.. I already did Big 3 as well, and will hopefully have time to install this weekend!


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    Default Re: Brax setup

    Started replacing the old amps and building frame for the new ones








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    Default Re: Brax setup

    wow this is going to look nice.

    be sure to add the pics of your build to your garage, that way they don't get lost in the forum.


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    Default Re: Brax setup

    I will look at uploading them there when I am done.

    Placement of caps, any reasons not to put them here?




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    Default Re: Brax setup

    I think that would be OK.

    Car Audio Power Capacitors


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    Default Re: Brax setup

    Got a little more done tonight, and tomorrow the caps are going in as well. Have been fiddling with the mount in order to have them sitting firmly in that position..




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