New memberUsername: Choppersinc
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Silver MemberUsername: Davids2004
Houston, TX USA
Post Number: 498
Bronze MemberUsername: Caraudiofng
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I think you've got your terms a little mixed up.
I think what you mean is you want to know if
(A) If bridging the amp will add more power (bass) to your speakers or
(B)if you need an additional amp or
(C)if you need to add a sub
Is this your AMP??? If so these are the specs
RMS Power Per Channel @ 2 ohm-85W x 2
RMS Power Per Channel @ 4 ohm-60W x 2
RMS Pwr. Bridged @ 4 ohm-170W x 1
What kind of head unit (cd player) do you have?
If it's decent you could run your 6x9's off your CD Player.
Then you could run your AMP at 170W x1 (4ohms) and get an inexpensive 4ohm Single Voice Coil Subwoofer and box.
I'm sure if anyone else that responds would say save your money until you have like $300-400 and get a new sub and amp, but going with the $100 you listed, anyone want to make a sub suggestion?