which amp set-up would you run?
i have an electrical/power question for my car/amps.
i currently have a system for basically daily driving. normal single non-deep cycle battery, and stock 130AMP alternator. i have however, upgraded the big 3 under the hood and i have 0/1 guage running to my trunk in my Probe hatchback for sub amps. now assuming i didnt upgrade anything and just left it as is, what would be better?
for example, what if i used a REALLY huge amp that actually is maybe too big for my cars electrical system to handle, say a competition amp, but has more power than all of my subs combined as far as RMS ratings are concerned. in this instance, would i get every bit of juice from the engine/electrical as i can possibly get? would i get more juice from the electrical this way going to the amps instead of running say 2 smaller mono amps for subs which have about 3/4 less RMS power than the total RMS ratings of my subs combined? i mean, since the huge amp can take more juice and can handle lots of power, is that an advantage over the 2 amp option where the amps are smaller and the power wire is divided into a distribution block in the truck into 4 guage run to each amp?
hope all of this isnt confusing!! sorry if it is. hope you all can understand what im getting at
MY SET-UP :
Head Unit :Pioneer Premier P660 w/ card remote
Subwoofers :4-12" Pioneer Premier TSW-1241 (Dual-Voice Coils)
Sub Amps :2 Zenon ASB-2200.1
Speaker Amp:Soundstream Rubicon 604 (4Ch.)
Rear Speak Fill:6x9 Infinity's
Front Speak:CDT (CL-641 3-Way Comps in custom kickpods)
Wires/Cables/Installation :2 runs of 0/1 guage, Knukonceptz RCA's, battery terminals, fuseholders, and 12,14 guage speaker wire and.. The Big 3
Sound deadening : 30sq.ft of Secondskin & 150 B-Quiet Extreme for doors etc., 200 sq.ft of Edead v.2 for floors and trunk
Box:6 Cu.Ft @32Hz