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    600 rms sub and 800 rms amp

    Hey fellas,I have a RE SE 15" 600 rms,and I just bought a US amps xt2000d.The amp is suppose to be 1k rms but I read alot of people saying it's overrated and only does about 800 rms,my question is will this amp kill this sub?I talk with the guy from TEAMPSI,and he said he could recone and build a RE SExxx,is it worth doing that,or should I just sell the sub and get something that handles more rms?







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    Re: 600 rms sub and 800 rms amp

    you can use the amp with the sub fine, just be very careful setting your gain.



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    Re: 600 rms sub and 800 rms amp

    It will be fine, just watch ur gains a bit. I ran an SE once on 900watts and it did fine...




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    Re: 600 rms sub and 800 rms amp

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    you can use the amp with the sub fine, just be very careful setting your gain.
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    Re: 600 rms sub and 800 rms amp

    make sure you set the gain correctly and you'll be fine



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    Re: 600 rms sub and 800 rms amp

    Quote Originally Posted by csu87 View Post
    make sure you set the gain correctly and you'll be fine
    I run a pair of DC Level 3's on about 900 ea. and they love it...just have to baby em a bit...



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