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    Need replacement Amp

    Hello,
    My truck was broken in to at a repair center and my Stereo and Amplifier were stolen. I need to find a replacement amp because the one I had was discontinued.

    This is the amp I had is a Kenwood KAC-7204. I paid $199 at the time I purchased this amp and the replacement needs to be around that price.

    I need to be able to run 2 Polk Audio 10" Dual-Voice-Coil 8-Ohm Subwoofers.

    Any help would be much appreciated.







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    Icon30 Re: Need replacement Amp

    Personally, audio technix is blowing out there at 800.1 at 155.00. I'd pick that up or talk to mylows10 on here. Mylows10 can set you up really well and answer any questions you have. Your subs are probably d4's wired to 8 ohms so you can rewire for 1 ohm.

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    Re: Need replacement Amp

    If you have 2 Dual 8 ohm subs you could run these at 2 ohms with the coils in parallel and the subs in parallel. Since the KAC-7204 is a 2-channel amp I think you had the subs wired to 4 ohms with one sub going to each channel. A mono 2 ohm amp could do you well and you'd gain a remote bass knob. We have a special now on the Precision Power i650.1 for $119.99 shipped. This uses the latest Class D small footprint design to make 650W at 2 ohms with an amp that's only 9" long by 5" wide. This amp would save you a lot of money and get you a bump up in power.




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