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This is a discussion on Stereo amp placement - Sedan within the Electronics/Car Audio forums, part of the Interior Mods category; Under the seat has those nifty little rear seat foot vents. I was thinking that the standard placement of an ...

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    Stereo amp placement - Sedan

    Under the seat has those nifty little rear seat foot vents. I was thinking that the standard placement of an amp under the seat might be a bad idea if I ever run the heater. An amp needs to cool off, but if I have heat blowing on it that doesn't help the case much. My amp has a temperature kill sensor to protect it, but it'd still be annoying to be enjoying music on a cold winter commute and zap, no subs.

    Has anyone else placed their amp under there seat? Any problems? If you put it elsewhere, where did you put it?

    Also, I don't know how pertinent this is, but it's not a super powerful amp. It's an RF 300w single channel.
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    I have a JL HD900/5 under the driver seat. no problems yet.
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