pioneer GM-5100t amp 380 watts RMS at 4 ohms bridged. 190 watts RMS x 2 at 2 ohms

pioneer TS-W303R 12"

i have a 10" DVC 2 ohm pioneer, but i want a 12"

help please.

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- 07-26-2011dwightikanssimple question. would this work?
pioneer GM-5100t amp 380 watts RMS at 4 ohms bridged. 190 watts RMS x 2 at 2 ohms

pioneer TS-W303R 12"

i have a 10" DVC 2 ohm pioneer, but i want a 12"

help please. - 07-26-2011KangarouxRe: simple question. would this work?
uhm, wat.

- 07-26-2011dwightikansRe: simple question. would this work?
would that set up work.. the 12" SVC and the amp i have. i don't want to blow it.

- 07-26-2011optimusprimeRe: simple question. would this work?
yes? maybe

- 07-26-2011Bassin BuickRe: simple question. would this work?
- 07-26-2011dwightikansRe: simple question. would this work?
even though the speaker is 250 RMS max and the amp will put out 380 RMS at 4 ohms bridged?

- 07-27-2011Bassin BuickRe: simple question. would this work?
- 07-27-2011Bassin BuickRe: simple question. would this work?
Unhook the sub from the amplifier. Play a 50HZ tone on repeat at 3/4 volume on the head unit. Make sure all the bass/treble/EQ settings on the deck are set to flat or 0. Take your voltmeter to the trunk and set it on "AC volts" , turn your gain knob up slowly till you reach the voltage listed in the chart below for a 250 watt RMS output. Make sure to connect the meter leads to the 2 terminals marked BRIDGED on the amp while you are tuning it in. After you set the voltage correctly , hook your sub back up and enjoy your system.

Here are the tones. http://www.soundsolutionsaudio.com/i...ethod=download

And here is the chart

http://i33.photobucket.com/albums/d9...o/RMSchart.jpg