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    which subs to go with a PRS-X320?

    yea, im trying to figure out which subs i should get for my pioneer prs-x320. im a complete newb when it comes to this kind of stuff so i was wondering if any of you had any suggestions. this PRS is said to put out 200w but is underrated and puts out over 400w. so can anyone help me?







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    Re: which subs to go with a PRS-X320?

    does this not have underrated written all over it? lol

    Quote Originally Posted by slicks5150
    first who said it is that underatted? . . .and at 200wrms you can get something from pioneer to match the amp. ..
    http://www.mobilcaraudio.com/page/page/344107.htm




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