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yea I'd just say to watch the gain

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wrong info lol
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The Pc 21400 is NOT 2 ohm stabled bridged

 

its rated

350x2 @ 4 ohm

700x2 @ 2 ohm

1400x1 @ 4 ohm bridged.

 

I wont personally run this amp below 4 ohm bridged..

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it has a chance to sound great with good gain control. They do 3 ohm so you but their 1000/1 :fyi: but you need any continuous power amp across different ohm loads such as the rockford cp or alpine or the jl slash series ect.

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Any 2 ohm mono stable amp will run the W7 series just fine. I wouldn't trust it with one that is only 4 ohm stable. Running some impedance plots through WinISD, it is a no kidding 3ohms.

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thanks all you guys for responding...on the hunt for a 1000.1. i really hate to not use this amp but i got that speaker new for so cheap... gotta run with it.

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You don't need a 1000/1. No reason to spend that kind of money unless you really want to. Find an amp that does somewhere between 1k and 1500W @ 2 ohms and you're good.

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