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    Amp too powerful for speakers??

    I have a JL Audio 320x4 rull range 4 channel amp that powers 2 6x9 9622i Infinity speakers and an Infinity 6020cs component system in front. I'm gonna be switching the speakers to Polk because of the harsh highs they have. I know infinities are known for having harsh highs but I'm also wondering if the amp could be too powerful for this setup. Any thoughts on this?







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    Re: Amp too powerful for speakers??

    turn your amp down



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    Re: Amp too powerful for speakers??

    No such thing as too much power. Too much hand on the volume knob is a different story.
    Set gains accordingly and enjoy the overhead more power provides.




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    Re: Amp too powerful for speakers??

    Adjust the gains accordingly.




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