Need New Amp for 2 Rockford Fosgate T0 DVC 4OHM 12”s in custom sealed box


Dirtydodge02

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Have already blown everything you could imagine under the seat in the Dodge Ram 1500….lol JL 10”W3s, 10”w1s, etc.

went with a Kicker 15”L7 Q class in custom ported box and smoked 2 of them within 6 months… cool thing is all warranty work loooool.

decided on 2 Rockford T0 DVC4OHM 12”s in custom sealed box 1.25 cubes per sub.(already ordered & paid for) just waiting for them to finish building box)

mph and they are 700RMS each but Rockford UNDERRATES everything
So I know the could take a lil more….

have 4 gauge power/ground wire and idk maybe 80 or 100 amp fuze

stock alternator (136amp)

just installed Odessy class 65 biiig battery it’s a beast and AGM like 900 -1100 crank amps I think.

eventually will do at least big 3 1/0 gauge OFC under hood.

need an amp I want to run em @ 1OHM and push the hell out of them

currently have JL RD1000/1
But it’s only 2OHM stable

my guy @ custom sounds (we know each other by first name I’m there all the time lmao)

wants me to go up to the JL RD1500/1 and he said he’ll hook it up for $475….(usually $550)

I would like the Rockford T1500/1 but that’s like $300-$400 over my price range.

the reason I stay loyal to this shop is I’ve been going there since high school and got my 1st setup there (mtx terminators ahaha)

Plus if I startblowing shit it’s warranted at least a year or 2… the kicker was 3 years and didn’t last 3 months lol. China…

was thinking Rockford 1200/1 prime @1 ohm (birth sheets usually around 1398rms @1 ohm)
And it’s like $350…


I’ve had 3 of the older ones and they preformed well for me but like to die about a month or 2 past warranty lol.

I’m a Rockford and alpine guy but back in the day had Frankenstein system pawn shop finds and trade stuff so I’m mildly open to other brands…thanks

basically I want around 1400-1700 QUALITY RMS @ 1 OHM that’s warranty a year or more or will last at least a year or 2 BANGING that won’t make me go nuts with a $500 alternator and will work on a mostly stock electrical…except for 1/0 gauge under hood and oddeseyy AGM battery. Also around $200-$600 range
 
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