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    hey everyone... got a Hartke amp/sub combo with a built in crossover. I was thinking about using an inverter and running it into my sound system. anyone thinik the incoming wattage from the radio(52 watts per channel, only using 1 to it) would possibly hurt the amp? The reason I ask is cause it slams hard as HELL... and don't play guitar anymore... anyway, anyone have an idea if it would hurt the amp?

    #2
    You need to convert to a 1/4 inch plug anyway, correct? Get a line output converter and a RCA to 1/4 adapeter and connect it that way.

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      #3
      yeah, I already have the 1/4 mono plug :-)

      oh, line output converter... you mean like a crossover?

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        #4
        no, a line output converter is a box that you run the leads from an internal amp to, and it supplies a low-level output through RCA jacks. Here is one , places like Best Buy also sell them.

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          #5
          Sell it and buy some car audio stuff.

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            #6
            Originally posted by AngryMidget
            Sell it and buy some car audio stuff.
            Ditto that The cost of an inverter big enough to run a 110v amp will be more then an amp and sub I bet 94

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