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    did i get right amp for 2 10in kick comps?

    i was wondering if a blackmore bac-m50 2000 wattt amp is a right choice for my 2 10in kicker comps, help me out?







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    Re: did i get right amp for 2 10in kick comps?

    Depends on how your gonna be wiring the subs, but technically it should be fine, id run it at 2 ohm personally.



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    Re: did i get right amp for 2 10in kick comps?

    It'll do the job. Looks like it might, and I say might, get 500 watts @ 4 ohm. Your Kickers only need 125 a piece. I had a pair in the wife's minivan of the 10's. I had them on a 760 watt Pioneer 2 channel that gave them 125 a piece. Perfect. Thought they sounded good. I've since moved on from the Kickers but I'll always have a soft spot for them.




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    Re: did i get right amp for 2 10in kick comps?

    I would do without before I wasted a perfectly good $ on that amp. What is your budget?..are you looking for as cheap as you can buy? what subs are they? SVC?, DVC?, 4ohm?, 2ohm???




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    Re: did i get right amp for 2 10in kick comps?

    Quote Originally Posted by quackhead View Post
    I would do without before I wasted a perfectly good $ on that amp. What is your budget?..are you looking for as cheap as you can buy? what subs are they? SVC?, DVC?, 4ohm?, 2ohm???
    I'm gonna guess they're single 4. All Kicker Comps are single coil. They do however come in 2, 4 or 8 ohm. He doesn't need a whole lot to push the Kickers. Although I would agree. It is a POS. It kind of sounds like he already bought it though....




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    Re: did i get right amp for 2 10in kick comps?

    yeh i got the amp for 80 bucks




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    Re: did i get right amp for 2 10in kick comps?

    I try not to bash ppls stuff, but I do not trust anything I cannot readily find a manual for online that describes in detail what to expect from the amp. A cheap alternative may or may not be better, but I would do a $100 APSM and a solid pair of $60 Power Bass 12's ...or this:
    800W Boston Acoustics 10" G110PD GTuned Series Loaded Enclosure
    and this:
    Audiopipe APSM1300 1000 RMS Mono Mini Amplifier

    for $230.00




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    Re: did i get right amp for 2 10in kick comps?

    Quote Originally Posted by dubee View Post
    yeh i got the amp for 80 bucks
    wow..that is very expensive for that kind of amp....most i see like that are half that price. You can use it, but i cannot begin to estimate how much unclipped power it will actually produce, or if it is anything other than 4 ohm stable.




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