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Old 09-13-2010, 02:15 PM
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Originally Posted by boostaddicted05 View Post
Thanks dodgeman for the help and understanding. What size amp would you recomend( output) and ive done some audio but im not sure what the drivers are. Thanks again.
Hmmm, well, from what I have experimented with, 200-300 Watts RMS for 1-10" or 12", and 400-600 for 2 subs. Just make sure you are looking at true RMS power and not the "marketing scheme" peak power. One easy way to tell is by the size of the onboard fuses if they have them. Figure 100 true watts per 10 amps, so if it has 2-30amp fuses, you should be good for 600 watts.

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I hate doing things the cheap way. If you're going to do it, do it right.... What box would you recommend?
http://www.foxacoustics.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=23

http://caraudiofactory.com/-c-22_28....64e843487d17dc

Be sure to check mounting depth and air space requirements on your sub(s) to ensure proper ventilation and mounting.
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