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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 13:59
You shouldn't go over 300w rms per sub. JL actually considers them optimally powered at 200w rms each. You CAN use a 2 ch, but the most common option (and best IMO) would be a mono amp that's 500-600w rms at 2 ohms. That amp kit is borderline for the size of amp you need. It uses a 50A fuse which means it probably IS legitimate 8 awg wire, but 8 awg (50A) is on the small side for a 500-600w rms amp. Preferably you'd want a 4 awg kit with an 80-150A fuse. A couple amp examples: -OA500.1.html GTO-501EZ.html cision-Power-i650.1.html _69440_Orion-CO1100.1M2.html decent amp kit:
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