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RF Power 1000 and RE Speakers

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OK, here is the situation. I have a set of RE XXX comps that are 2 ohm and a RF Power 1000 amp. The RF amp is rated 100 x 4 @ 2 and the sub channel is either 300 x1 @ 4, 600 x 1 @ 2 or 800 x 1 @ 1. I already have two XXX 12's in the trunk so with the sub channel on the RF I was going to run some 8" in the cabin. I know you are supposed to keep all your subs the same but RE doesn't make a XXX 8" but I did find some RE Series 8" that are rated 175rms. Would it be ok to run these along with my other subs? They are D4 so I could either run 2 at 4ohm or 3 at 2.6ohm. I will also be using the RE 6x9 in the rear deck wired together to get them to 2 ohm and I am going to make a center channel too, so will adding the 8"s just be overkill? Thanks for your help!


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Install includes RE, DD, US Amps, Second Skin, Alpine, ect.

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My Feedback Thread:

http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=338915

 

References: hazardous0388, GroundPound4200, RC10Mike, BonesNinja, Bones22, PsychoTheRapist, Vitveet, DisturbedKlownz, DD_Dave, havieri23, DavidTemple, Caligirl2k, Tyler_ofSpain, Spy, Dropped_Mazda, TeamPSI, Mobeious & Many, Many More..

 

1991 Cadillac Deville Build Log:

http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=319053

Install includes RE, DD, US Amps, Second Skin, Alpine, ect.

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