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Username: Carey42

Clarksburg, West Virginia USA

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Registered: Jan-05
I have 3 MTX 10" subs and i needa know what size amp i should use to push them...i have a 450 watt audio lighning amp right now and im not sure if its enough power...what should i get???
 

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I need to know what series they are
EX:6000,8000
 

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to give you an answer i need to know what series they are

EX: 6000,8000
 

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Username: Carey42

Clarksburg, West Virginia USA

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Roadthunders
 

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are they dual voice coil
 

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Username: Carey42

Clarksburg, West Virginia USA

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yah...dual voice coil
 

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Username: Carey42

Clarksburg, West Virginia USA

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u can i.m. me at bbball4life04@aol.com...or email me to make this a lil faster
 

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k know are you looking to buy a new amp or you want to use the old one?

with all the subs wired into series it should be 2.7 ohms
And the amp you need has to have a max of 600rms
into 2ohms
 

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Username: Carey42

Clarksburg, West Virginia USA

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Registered: Jan-05
if i can use the old one i will...but if i needa get a new one i will...so..b/c a new amp will cost sum money id like to b able to use the old one...but if not i need to know what to get so i dont waist my money
 

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I dont think the amp you have is 2 ohms stable
if you decided on getting a new amp i recommend the MTX THUNDER801D

500 rms into 2ohms at 12.5v
 

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Username: Carey42

Clarksburg, West Virginia USA

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Registered: Jan-05
how many watts???
 

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500 watts rms thats all the time going to the subs

into a 2 ohm load witch your subs will almost produce to the amp
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