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    10 " or 12" ?

    I got an 150 W X 1rms @ 4 ohm (bridged) amp and I want to acquire a sub.


    Help me decide between these TWO:

    a 10" sub rated at 150 W RMS @ 4 OHM

    OR

    a 12" sub rated at 200 W RMS @ 4 OHM

    I would like to go for the 12" but I don't know if the amp will
    push enough power to it cause it is rated 200 W RMS.

    Please Help!!







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    what Kind of amp is it? alot of companies will underrate their amps. My Kicker IX702 will push my 10" L7 fairly well. my 702 is supposed to put out 280 watts max bridged, and my solo can take 900 watts max. basically I am saying it wouldnt hurt to get the 12"




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    It's a Kenwood man

    KENWOOD
    It's a KAC-606

    Some specs:

    50 W X 2 @ 4 OHM
    150 W X 1 BRIDGED
    300 W X 1 MAX

    So what do you think?
    Should I get the 10" or the 12"




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    Your amp will do fine pushing both subs. So if you want the 12, then get the 12.




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    12" will just do fine...



    Nobody screams more treble..

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