Hey guys.. I'm new to the forum.. been reading through a bunch of older posts and stuff.. I'm looking to setup a budget build for my 08 F-150 Supercrew.. I'm probably treading in deep water here, but I don't have much car audio experience.. I've read over quite a bit, and I want to go with a pair of Rockford Fosgate P3SD210 subs in an underseat box from supercrewsounds.com.. I'm far from being skilled or patient enough to build my own box, and the local audio store is 3X as expensive as online stores..
I have a few other audio components in mind, but for now I'm trying to figure out the best bang for my buck amp.. I originally was thinking about the Kenwood KAC-9104D because of the price right around $180.. as it seems like it would put out just the right amount of power according to some of the reviews. Caraudiomag reviewed it at 565-644w at 2ohm, but they're supposedly rated at 900w at 2ohm and the RF 10" subs are 300w rms / 600w max each.. either way I should be good to go, right?
I'm a bit confused with RF website specs on the p3sd210 sub.. they say the recommended power range should be between 90w-300w? I'm probably mistaken, but I thought it was better to overpower than underpower subs?
Any suggestions on a different amp? I'm not really looking to spend much more than $200.. so $180 for the Kenwood seems to fit the bill