What I want to know is would it be better to use two L5 subs at 2 ohms instead of 4 and why? also I would like to know if I did go with the Kicker L5's at 4 ohms instead of 2 ohms if the amp being short 100 watts rms would still be enough to get a nice sound.... I am open to suggestions money is an issue though. I allready bought a box for the kicker's so that is what I am going to go with but I am not sure about the amp.

This is what I plan on using

Lanzar VIBE268 2000 Watt 2 Channel High Power MOSFET Amplifier

2 x 500 Watts RMS at 4 Ohms

2 x 1000 Watts Max at 4 Ohms

1 x 2000 Watts Max at 4 Ohms Bridged

2 x 800 Watts at 2 Ohms

Electronic Crossover Network

Bass Boost Circuit

Bridgeable at 4 Ohms

2 Ohms Stereo Stable

Tri-Mode Capable

Gold RCA Inputs

Line Outs For Left & Right Channels.

Power & Protection LED Indicators

Advanced Protection Circuitry

Soft Turn On/Off

Remote Control Bass Booster

Frequency Response: 15 Hz - 35 kHz

S/N ratio: 90dB

Dimensions (W x H x L): 11.5" x 2.3" x 19"

2x Kicker Solo-Baric L5 S12L5

copolymer cone

Santoprene rubber surround

dual 4-ohm voice coils for wiring flexibility

frequency response 20-100 Hz

power range 50-600 watts RMS (300 watts per coil)

peak power handling 1,200 watts

sensitivity 87.3 dB SPL

top-mount depth 6-5/16"

sealed box volume 0.88-2.0 cubic feet

ported box volume 1.75-3.25 cubic feet

I drive a 97' Mercury Grand Marquies LS with leather seats so im worried that the sound will not make it into the car as well as it should.

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