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I have acquired 2 2100w subs, what kind of amp do I need for them to reach their full potential?

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Answer #1 | 13/06 2016 04:12
2100w is not a common power rating. Sounds like a Boss Audio product, or something similar -- These are usually ~$50 subs. . In that case the actual RMS power handling would probably be in the 300-400w rms range so there would be a number of amps to choose from. Subs that can truly handle ~2000w rms range are generally $400+ If you have information on specific equipment always include the brand and model. Power ratings alone are almost meaningless.
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Answer #2 | 12/06 2016 23:31
What's the brand and model of the subs? "2100 watt" doesn't give us enough information (especially if that's a "peak" power rating, and not RMS power).
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Answer #3 | 12/06 2016 21:12
2100w is not a common power rating. Sounds like a Boss Audio product, or something similar -- These are usually ~$50 subs. . In that case the actual RMS power handling would probably be in the 300-400w rms range so there would be a number of amps to choose from. Subs that can truly handle ~2000w rms range are generally $400+ If you have information on specific equipment always include the brand and model. Power ratings alone are almost meaningless.
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Answer #4 | 12/06 2016 17:30
You haven't given us any relevant information. Are those subs rated at 2100 watts peak power, or 2100 watts rms power each? We need to know the RMS rating. Additionally, what is their impedance in ohms? Do they have single voice coils or dual voice coils? If you can't answer these questions and be 100% sure of your answers then at least give us the brand and model of the subs you bought. Question Quality Survey: EPIC FAIL. Try again or post an update.
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Answer #5 | 12/06 2016 16:31
What's the brand and model of the subs? "2100 watt" doesn't give us enough information (especially if that's a "peak" power rating, and not RMS power).
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Answer #6 | 13/06 2016 00:30
You haven't given us any relevant information. Are those subs rated at 2100 watts peak power, or 2100 watts rms power each? We need to know the RMS rating. Additionally, what is their impedance in ohms? Do they have single voice coils or dual voice coils? If you can't answer these questions and be 100% sure of your answers then at least give us the brand and model of the subs you bought. Question Quality Survey: EPIC FAIL. Try again or post an update.
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