Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)
As expected showed up very quickly, double-wrapped extremely securely by Crutchfield, and fit well into my install. I have it connected to my JBL GTO 1201.1 sub amp and two 12" Alpine Type-R's (one generation older than the ones that just came out, 4th i believe, rated for 500 watts RMS). The amp is pushing a little over 1100 watts RMS to them at 2 ohms in a sealed box, 1.2 cubic ft. each chamber. I have the amp grounded through the cap as well by wiring the amp's negative terminal to one of the negative terminals on the cap's distribution block. The other negative terminal on the cap is grounded to the chassis. It's in a '99 BMW E46 so the battery being in the trunk simplified things as well, and as it's closer to the cap/amp it helps contribute to pretty low fluctuation values in my displayed system voltage meter on the cap, and lighting fast power transfers from the cap to amp when needed. I didn't know much about the name Tsunami before buying, but as Crutchfield sells it and it had great reviews I went ahead and got it and don't regret it at all. No headlight dimming or system noise whatsoever, just pure, uninterrupted power.
Pros: Built-in Terminal Block works great, very convenient Voltage meter looks great, says "lo" as in "low" when it first detects charge/power or is about to shut off (as voltage is dropping, like when you turn off running car) Dragon design looks dumb, but so do most caps and it doesn't look like it will scrape off easily, so at least it was made well Decent price for a 2F cap with these features, but with Crutchfield's customer service and fast shipping (3 days to Hawaii, for free - what?! worth
Cons: Moves around a tiny bit sitting in its 2 plastic mounts if you press on it Dragon graphic looks kinda cheesy, would have preferred something cleaner or more plain