Do I need a high output alternator
That's 1500w total RMS, unless you mean 500RMS per channel? I can't imagine pushing 500 watts continuous through a single door speaker.I have one 500 RMS amp two channel a A 500 W RMS four channel amp and another 500 W RMS two channel amp
So really that’s about 6000 watts
1500Wrms is allegedly the output of his system, therefore the input would need to be between 2500-3000w for a typical 50-60% efficient class A/B amp.1500Wrms/14V = 107A draw on your electrical system.
You need to find out what the stock alternator puts out, if it's say a 150A I think you will be ok..try it out see how it works...But really make sure you have adequate gauge wire that is crimped or terminated correctly, along with good grounds. Google "big 3 car audio"
ok found out it’s a total of 4000 w rmsThat's 1500w total RMS, unless you mean 500RMS per channel? I can't imagine pushing 500 watts continuous through a single door speaker.
6000W RMS total for a car is insane unless you're doing competitions. If you're doing rocket launch impersonations from your car then yes, you probably need multiple new batteries and alternators.
ok found out it’s a total of 4000 w rms
4000WRMS from a class D amp would need, at most, 5130W maintained (78% minimum efficiency at high outputs). For a class A/B amp, that number would jump to 8000w maintained. That means , assuming your setup can maintain 13.7V, you are running 375 - 584 amps total.ok found out it’s a total of 4000 w rms
I am getting an extra battery in the trunk just to be safe