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    Having difficulty finding an amp...

    This is the speaker I have:
    http://www.crutchfield.com/S-i5gXjam...-SBS-05DC.html

    And I cannot seem to find any amp that won't blow it. Long story short, I need it to have it's own amp.

    I thought about this one, would it work?
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...lenotsupported

    I just need an amp! Any inputs?







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    Re: Having difficulty finding an amp...

    how bout instead of buying an amp and blowing it i will sell you an already blown amp.. no work to do.. just sit back and have the same result



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    Re: Having difficulty finding an amp...

    Quote Originally Posted by KyleBechtold View Post
    how bout instead of buying an amp and blowing it i will sell you an already blown amp.. no work to do.. just sit back and have the same result
    How would that blow the amp? If not this one, which amp should I use?




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    Re: Having difficulty finding an amp...

    i have a concord 50.2 not in good condishion at all lol

    maybe 25+shipping




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    Re: Having difficulty finding an amp...

    You can use any 25x2 amp and bridge it with the gain turned down and be fine.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Master69 View Post
    i have a concord 50.2 not in good condishion at all lol

    maybe 25+shipping
    Do you have any specs? I want something that will work... Condition isn't really important.




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    Re: Having difficulty finding an amp...

    Quote Originally Posted by its_bacon12 View Post
    You can use any 25x2 amp and bridge it with the gain turned down and be fine.
    Sorry I don't know much about bridging... How would I do that?




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    Re: Having difficulty finding an amp...

    just don't turn your gain up to much. you can hook almost any amp up to it, as long as you do it right.



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    Re: Having difficulty finding an amp...

    i have a class x farenheit 195 watt amp that would run that center channel really well...it has a built in high pass crossover to filter the bass out.....40.00 shipped to your door..
    the pioneer amp on ebay is junk. i wouldnt waste my money on it....mine looks way cooler ...lol
    just leave the gain low and it wont blow the speakers...

    here it is:
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    Re: Having difficulty finding an amp...

    Quote Originally Posted by DDCapslock View Post
    Sorry I don't know much about bridging... How would I do that?
    bridging a amp is when you take the 2 channels on a amp, and combine them together to make 1 channel...



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    Re: Having difficulty finding an amp...

    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenknob View Post
    just don't turn your gain up to much. you can hook almost any amp up to it, as long as you do it right.

    Bingo.

    Too many fools responding about things they dont understand. ^^This guy is correct.
    Keep your gains down and your fine. In fact, your better off as you have more headroom available. Using a 50 watt amplifier does not mean the speaker will always be getting 50 watts. In fact, rarely will it. Plus add in the fact that when you turn it up, you eventually start clipping the signal.

    Basically, your better off using a higher powered amplifier and turning back the gains. Less distortion, more headroom.




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    Re: Having difficulty finding an amp...

    Try something like this, an Alpine 3522s.

    30w x2 and 80w mono.

    (I own one, but this one is not mine.)

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ALPINE-BRIDGEABL...3286.m20.l1116



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    Re: Having difficulty finding an amp...

    I smell troll.




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    Re: Having difficulty finding an amp...

    it would give it 100 brdged the concord would




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