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    boston pro60 & kicker 850.4??

    would this be a good match for the boston pro 60s?
    boston pro 60s are a 3 ohm speaker, with the tweeter being 8 ohms
    The kicker is a 215watts at 2ohms and 175watts at 4 ohms and 425watts at mono 4 ohm. would this be a good amp for these speakers what would i bridge them to get the 425 watts? thanks







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    Re: boston pro60 & kicker 850.4??

    anyone know? or have recommendations for wiring the bostons?




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    Re: boston pro60 & kicker 850.4??

    waiting....




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    Re: boston pro60 & kicker 850.4??

    In order to get the most useful responses to questions on the forum, two things must happen.

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    Moving on to your question; That amplifier would be fine for those speakers. I'm not clear what your asking with the statement "what would i bridge them to get the 425 watts?". Are you asking if you should bridge the amplifier?

    You could bridge the amplifier to the speakers to obtain 425w x 2 to the speakers. But you would have to be very careful with the gain and volume knob as improperly setting the gain or getting excessive with the volume depending on how the gain is set could very easily damage the speakers. But with proper settings that setup could be quite effective.




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