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    Powering RL-p etc

    I'm getting a 15" RL-p(4ohm, 2 ohm if needed... I want optimum clarity/quality.) and I'd like to give it 800-1200 watts(rms of course) for under $350.

    Also, I'm going to be getting front comps and I want to power them with a 2 channel amp at atleast 75w each, hopefully 100w each.

    Name off some amps for me!
    75-100w comps too if you don't mind







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    Re: Powering RL-p etc

    Does ED still have their combo deals? Might look at a 9.1 and a 9.2
    Is the $350 for both amps?

    If so,:

    http://www.ikesound.com/product-product_id/2442
    http://www.ikesound.com/product-product_id/2167

    That would be a great combo right around your budget of $350 after shipping.




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    Re: Powering RL-p etc

    Awesome, those would be perfect.

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    Re: Powering RL-p etc

    those orions will be nice.




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    Re: Powering RL-p etc

    Quote Originally Posted by iceteebone
    those orions will be nice.





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    Re: Powering RL-p etc

    HiFonics BX2005D should do the trick I believe!



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