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    okay I am currently in possession of my new subs 3 12" solobaric L7's. I have an alpine Mrv 1507 thats 1500 watts bridged and thats 500 watts a channel rms and 750 peak....Is this a good amp to bridge them off of or what and if so how should i wire them? And is there a webapge where i can get the exact specs for my amp? thanx in advance...also if that alpine amp isnt a good amp for this particualar situation what would you recomend i buy, price range150.00-350.00.







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    solobarics

    what's the rms on the subs



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    Re: Need some help here

    Originally posted by Mr. *******
    okay I am currently in possession of my new subs 3 12" solobaric L7's. I have an alpine Mrv 1507 thats 1500 watts bridged and thats 500 watts a channel rms and 750 peak....Is this a good amp to bridge them off of or what and if so how should i wire them? And is there a webapge where i can get the exact specs for my amp? thanx in advance...also if that alpine amp isnt a good amp for this particualar situation what would you recomend i buy, price range150.00-350.00.

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    I don't know if alpine produces amps that are capable of driving triple 12" L7's at once to squeeze the best out of them.

    L7's come in either dual 2ohm or dual 4 ohm. Amp selection will depend on it.

    btw, kalamazoo... WMU?



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    75-750 watts rms on teh subs




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    there the 4 ohm models would you recomend i buy another amp the same as i have? and yeah i am from kalamazoo but i'm not going to go to wmu




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    Originally posted by Jmac
    If you have dual 4 ohm L7s, by all means use the Alpine (Awesome amplifier, but very inefficient, so you'll need to upgrade your alternator ...)
    what kind of ratings for the alpine, J?
    can they really produce enough to push 3 X 12" L7's to the limit?



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    yah

    yah, you should be able to push those l7's, it should sound well. I would go ported and you will be very pleased.



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