What Amp With Kicker L5 15

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I just bought a Kicker L5 15 (2 ohm) that has an RMS of 750 and a peak rating of 1500. I plan to run it by itself bridged with a 2-Channel or with a mono sub amp. I have only a very basic car audio knowledge and I have never had a 2 ohm sub before and i am a little confused about how this will affect the power necessary for the speaker. I would like to give it at least 750 watts, but at two ohms bridged, what would the amp rms need to be to give it this? What is the impedance after this is done? Also, if anyone would suggest a specific amp that you recommend, that would be very much appreciated. Also, what do you think of this speaker if you have had previous experience with it? Thanks

 
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