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    Powering Rockford P3D2-12

    I am looking at two Rockford Fosgate P3D2-12 Punch P3 DVC 2 Ohm 12-Inch 600 Watts RMS and the Rockford R1000-1D 1000w x1 RMS at 2 ohms for 500 watts RMS to each sub but the subs are rated at 600 watts RMS. Would the amps RMS being 100 watts short of the RMS of the subs damage the subs in any way?







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    Re: Powering Rockford P3D2-12

    No, just set the gain right. What do you think happens when you listen to 1/2 volume? Your only sending 1/2 the power. Does that hurt equipment?



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