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post #4 of (permalink) Old 02-16-2012, 01:47 AM
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I have a feeling you overpaid quite a bit on those subs and amp honestly. List price on Amazon for just one of those subs is $119....they're only worth maybe $30 each. No clue on the amp, but I'll bet its only 1000w peak, and not RMS...meaning I have no clue how much power its actually putting out.

I'd rethink your entire setup honestly, and maybe think about selling your subs and amp and put something of higher quality in there.

For speakers, I like the Alpine Type S off a head unit, or the Type R's off an amp. There's tons of great speakers out there, but those are my personal favorite without custom building them.

Considering you're only running 300w RMS subwoofers, you don't need an amplifier for clarity. There's no way you'll drown out the head unit with those.

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