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    two vvx on 2300rms?

    OK I get two vvx 12's on 1700 rms. Would there be a big defense if I put them a 2300rms? And do you think they can take that much? Thanks



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    Re: two vvx on 2300rms?

    Clean and unclipped power...meh, more then likely not. Clipped power..nope will be dead rather quickly.

    I would suggest upgrading your alt and your battery setup before you try going bigger. And that amp you have is not all that great to start with.




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    Re: two vvx on 2300rms?

    does not sound like a good idea, maybe if they were sa's




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    Re: two vvx on 2300rms?

    Ya I plan on a new alt before I get a bigger amp. What are the sound defense between the Sundown Audio Z v3 15 and the ssa xcon 15?



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    Re: two vvx on 2300rms?

    Those subs will handle 6k no problem ie fine...lmao jk yea I wouldnt do it 600 rms subs is say they would only take 1000 rms a piece



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    Re: two vvx on 2300rms?

    Difference.



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