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    Audiopipe 3000D, Hifonics 2610, or Alpine MRP-M2000

    I'm looking to power a pair of 15" Audio HDC3s with these amps. What would you recommend, and is it ok to run amp per sub or should i strap them?

    And also what would you recommend for electrical upgrades?







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    Re: Audiopipe 3000D, Hifonics 2610, or Alpine MRP-M2000

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    Re: Audiopipe 3000D, Hifonics 2610, or Alpine MRP-M2000

    I would get the audiopipe, but the 3500.1. They do power at rated then some, and their 1 ohm stable



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    Re: Audiopipe 3000D, Hifonics 2610, or Alpine MRP-M2000

    audiopipe hands down ..would need at least kc2400 ..ho alt and some runs of 0 gauge to make it happy but in return it will be loud as hell !! ..thats what i plan on running soon as i get this 18 hdc3 sold




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    Re: Audiopipe 3000D, Hifonics 2610, or Alpine MRP-M2000

    Quote Originally Posted by Enellz View Post
    I would get the audiopipe, but the 3500.1. They do power at rated then some, and their 1 ohm stable
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    or buy my amps and run 1 to each sub.

    where in colorado are you?



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    Re: Audiopipe 3000D, Hifonics 2610, or Alpine MRP-M2000

    get the 3500 audiopipe. it is more stable than the ap3000.



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    Re: Audiopipe 3000D, Hifonics 2610, or Alpine MRP-M2000

    lol 30001 is stable down to .35ohm unbridged, .7 bridged for burps. u you go below this the protection will kick in is all unless you dont have the voltage.
    dont try to run anything over 1500rms on a single stock battery...




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