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    RE se 10" and mtx 6500d amp

    would the mtx 6500d amp be putting TOO much power into this subwoofer
    its rated at 600w RMS and 1200w peak...

    but the amp can put out like 775w at 2ohms 14.4v
    everyone knows mtx is way under rated.. i used to have the 250d amp before, very nice

    anyone think this is too big? even if i keep gain and bass boost way down?
    it will be 10" in a 1.5cf box vented at 38hz

    would like some opinions asap
    thanks

    i was looking at the jbl bp600.1, but i don't want to deal with its sensitive grounding issues and it blowing 50 billion **** fuses like everyone says they do







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    Re: RE se 10" and mtx 6500d amp

    It's fine...

    SE's power rating is rather conservative...





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    Re: RE se 10" and mtx 6500d amp

    I agree with nova, I think that will be a great match





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