i have one infinity kappa perfect 12d VQ (dual voice coil) sub and i was wondering what my best bet for powering it would be:
specs:
rms: 75-400 watts
peak: 1600 watts
impedance: dual 4ohms
any help is greatly appreciated, thanks
i have one infinity kappa perfect 12d VQ (dual voice coil) sub and i was wondering what my best bet for powering it would be:
specs:
rms: 75-400 watts
peak: 1600 watts
impedance: dual 4ohms
any help is greatly appreciated, thanks
any suggestions on a good 2-channel amp?
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Panasonic
http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...-PAD1003U.html
- with servo technology, 700 watts RMS into 2 ohms... I have seen them listed on ebay as low as $120. One of the best bang for the buck amps I have seen lately.
If you really want to save bucks, profileusa.com - click "store" - they have a sub amp, biggest one on the page, I think it's the first one at the top of the page... 600 watts for $80.
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i was under the impression i should run a 2-channel bridged amp instead of mono, any thoughts/opinions
mark antony 800.1 will get the job done nicely. 150 shipped obo
well i think this sub is a single 4 ohm and if so 500 rms will not be to much.......
from all the reviews ive read its said the sub can take more than the peak power and rms... would this amp be sufficient?:
http://www.millionbuy.com/bosgt1080.html
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dual 4 ohms btw mike
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ok then this amp might be a bit too much
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