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    What rms rated and peak power rated 6X9's can I use on my MTX Blue Thunder Pro 400x5

    Can i hook up 2 pairs of 6x9's to my MTX Blue Thunder Pro 400x5 if so how much rms should my 6x9's be so i won't blow my tweeters on em and also, can i hook up a pair of polk audio db351 on this amp too or should i hook em up to another amp and how many watts on the amp to push em.







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    Re: What rms rated and peak power rated 6X9's can I use on my MTX Blue Thunder Pro 40

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    lulz

    OP, you're settin' yourself up for trollin'!

    You can use pretty much any wattage speaker on any amp as long as you set the gains correctly and the amp is stable at the impedance of the load.



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    Re: What rms rated and peak power rated 6X9's can I use on my MTX Blue Thunder Pro 40

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    im not that slow man

    @dragonrage... yea but i mean i dont want my speakers to clipp and have my tweeter blown i already did that to my old speakers and i dont want to do it on the new one im goin to buy, what range of wattege speakers would you recomend so i would send clean signal to them without clippin i heard its better to overpower the speakers a bit over underpowering them...could i hook up my db351 on this too or should i get a different amp




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