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    Right amp for 2 MTX subs

    I just got 2 MTX Thunder4000 4 ohm 12' subs and built a custom box for them. I want to install them in my Suburban but have no idea what kind of amp and crossover combination to get. I also want to be able to add more components later if I have to. Above all, I need to be able they need to be affordable. So, if anyone can help me it would be much appreciated.

    RMS=200 watts<br />total power handling=400 watts

    NOTE: I have no idea what the hell I am doing. And know next to nothing on circuitry as my knowledge is limited to simple circuits.



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    I recommend the MTX 8100D. It is 1500 watts but only costs $410 from <a href="http://www.carstereotime.com" target="_blank">www.carstereotime.com</a> plus you can add lots of **** to your system later on because it is so powerful. But why did you choose the 4000 series? They are horrible sounding at louder volumes.




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    if its cheap your looking for go to ubid.com i just bought a sony xplod 1000 watt amp for 49 bucks and it works great try bidding at the last second to get the best deals




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    I'm looking at hooking them up to a Audiobahn A8001D 800w 1ch Class D Amp. Is this a good idea or is there something else that would substitute better? I can get Audiobahn amps cheap but I don't know the track record or how it will pair with the subs I have.



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