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    amp selection for my 15'' mtx thunder 5500 subs

    2 15'' mtx thunder 5500 sub dvc @ 4 ohm s 300w rms each
    i need to find a amp and i need to know what wire to use to supply power to amp
    and how to wire the speakers for the amp ect.......
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    Re: amp selection for my 15'' mtx thunder 5500 subs

    Budget? A small-ish bridged 2 channel will work well.



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    Re: amp selection for my 15'' mtx thunder 5500 subs

    nothing over 180ish . but i know yall dont like them but i was looking at a planet audio ac 1500.1 m and it looks good to me




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    Re: amp selection for my 15'' mtx thunder 5500 subs

    You can get away with spending way less than that if you just put up a "I need a 2 channel amp" in the WTB section of the classifieds forum on here. All you need is something from a quality brand that can do 300-400 watts when bridged, no need to waste money on the new planet audio stuff. You can probably get something for around 50-60 bucks.



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