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    Re: Power Pack to power JBL MS-62C speakers?

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    Okay I understand that then, it took me a while to think that out and how to write so it would make sense and it seems you follow me. Having the extra head room makes a very valid point to have the extra power.
    Here's how I see it: having an amp that is rated to 150W means I should see a clean 120W out of it no problem. Having something do rated power and clean? Not so easy.



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    Re: Power Pack to power JBL MS-62C speakers?

    Right so you don't push the amp to the max threshold.




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    Re: Power Pack to power JBL MS-62C speakers?

    Exactly



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    Re: Power Pack to power JBL MS-62C speakers?

    There are a lot of factors to consider when picking the right audio system dang. Last question for my size cab, would you recommend an 8 or 10 inch sub so I can just hear the lower frequencies.




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    Re: Power Pack to power JBL MS-62C speakers?

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    There are a lot of factors to consider when picking the right audio system dang. Last question for my size cab, would you recommend an 8 or 10 inch sub so I can just hear the lower frequencies.
    Two 8s ported and under the rear seats would do you great. I know someone on here is selling their ID8s cheap and @double 07 ; should be able to build you a solid box for those.



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    Re: Power Pack to power JBL MS-62C speakers?

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    Two 8s ported and under the rear seats would do you great. I know someone on here is selling their ID8s cheap and @double 07 ; should be able to build you a solid box for those.
    Thanks for all the help man, it is appreciated.




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    Re: Power Pack to power JBL MS-62C speakers?

    No problem. And, yes, putting a whole system together is a chore. Kind of a trial and error process.



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    Re: Power Pack to power JBL MS-62C speakers?

    I know, it can become a bit tedious at times.




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    Re: Power Pack to power JBL MS-62C speakers?

    Today I can get up to 3 sets of MS-62C. Since those are in the hands of my distributor that number could drop at any time.




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    Re: Power Pack to power JBL MS-62C speakers?

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    Today I can get up to 3 sets of MS-62C. Since those are in the hands of my distributor that number could drop at any time.
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