powering Focal krx3's

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I am in the process of upgrading my system to the next level. I just got a smoking deal on some Focal KRX 3's. My question is I intend on running these passive for the moment and my current amplifier is a JL Audio 300/4. Would I be wrong in thinking that this is not a good option for these speakers? Will it be adequate until I can afford to upgrade? I am running a little short on funds at the moment but what would be a good intermediate amplifier choice for this set up? I have a 2009 Dodge Challenger with the stock head unit and a JBL MS8 for signal processing. Thanks for any help!

 
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