I would like to know if I can mount my sound system in my car.
My current battery is 45AH, and the problem is that I can't go higher than a battery with 50AH, because there isn't space for it on the battery spot near engine.
My question, will I be able to use my sound system upgrading to a 50AH battery or it won't even be possible?
I am not planning to play music with the car turned-off by the way, so the car alternator will help right?
I don't know the capacity of my alternator, but the car is a Chevrolet Aveo Bi-Fuel 2011 (T250 Model).
My sound system specifications are the following:
Amplifier 1: Gravity PS1000 - RMS power: 2 x 125 Watt 4 ohm - Max. power: 2 x 500 Watt 4 ohm powering this Subwoofer: Climax Hazard 5000 - 500W RMS - 1000W Max Power
Amplifier 2 (next buy): L2.210 - Class A/B 2 Channel Amplifier 70W RMS x2 @4 ohm
Amplifier 3 (next buy): EV200.2 - Class A/B 200 W MAX Power, 38 W X 2 RMS @ 4 ohm
My calculation result in a total RMS of 466W (2x125 + 2x70 + 2x38)
And according to this rule Total RMS Wattage times 2 (Inverse of Amp Efficiency) divided by 13.8 Volts equals Current Draw in Amperes (explanation below) I will drain from my battery 68 A [ my calculation was ( (250+140+76) * 2 ) / 13,8 ]
So concluding my question, what will happen if I use a battery of 50AH in my car? supporting all this system draining 68 A?
Thank you so much for your help!