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I have two L7 kickers 12inch subwoofer I think they're 1500watts nd 750rms......

 

Amplifier : Hifonics X2200.1D 2200W X-14 Series Class D Monoblock Amplifier

X-14 Series Class D Monoblock 1-Channel Amplifier

RMS Power Rating:

4 ohms: 950 watts x 1 chan.

2 ohms: 1600 watts x 1 chan.

1 ohms: 2200 watts x 1 chan.

Max power output: 2200 watts x 1 chan.

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I was wondering if my speakers would handle 2ohms

 

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like he say what ohm are subs but if u are asking if they'll handle that amp, yeah.. always set gain correctly though i'm sure peeps have ran much, much more power to those subs than maybe 800 watts each..


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Boomin_tahoe said:
2 ohms rule

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that hifonics is only 1000 watts or so at 2 ohms. You'll most likely blow them because you wont be satisfied with how loud they get and start distorting the signal. Beef up your electrical and wire to 1 ohm. That amp is beyond overrated.


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