well, they are single 4 ohm so you need an amp that does 300 rms at 2 ohms
Honestly, it is that simple. Any amplifier will work well with the correct power and correct hook up. I do recommend adding that the THD levels may be around 0.5% as well for a better choice than just shooting for wattage. Also, make sure if your shooting for very low frequencies, that it may need not have a subsonic filter, but one is always recommended. Also, check that the fuses rate for good amperes, 50A would be good for 300W amp, or (2) 25A....without getting too involved.
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