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What amps do i get??2x1100rms subs,+ 4 100 watt speakers

 

jake brady
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i have 2 1100 rms audiobahn subs...and 4 100 watt rms interiors...i wanna know wat wattage and bransd amps to get...i reeally want the neighborhood to hear me... so i want a lot of power.......ps..the interiors are actually front= 40 RMS ,200 Peak....Rear = 100 rms, and 200 peak.....is there a way that i can run different wattage to wach pair of interior speakers...
 

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Username: Dustin507

Post Number: 4
Registered: Nov-04
go with some equipment from American Legacy, or RoadThunder! top of the line stuff.
 

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Username: Thrust

Post Number: 34
Registered: Nov-04
budget?
 

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Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

Post Number: 5713
Registered: Dec-03
depending on budget.. look at JBL, MTX, Kicker, or Memphis for amplifiers.
get a 50 watt x 4 @ 4 ohm amp for the components, and an amp around 1000-1200 watts x 1 (mono) for the subs.
that'll do it.

 

jake brady
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id like to stay under 1000 if i could...
 

jake brady
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glass wolf how many ohms is that?? for the sub amp...?
 

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Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

Post Number: 5743
Registered: Dec-03
that'll depend on your subs.
I'd go with a pair of 4 ohm subs, or a pair of dual 2 ohm coil subs.
either will result in a mono 2 ohm load.. then look at an amp rated for around 1000-1200 watts RMS @ 2 ohms.
 

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Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

Post Number: 5744
Registered: Dec-03
if you go with the Kicker 1200 watt mono amp, and the 600.4 for components, you'll be well under a grand for both together with shipping, amp wiring kits and all.
 

jake brady
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thanks a lot glass wolf....if u could ...which capicitor(dist block), wiring kits,fuses etc will i need ....and how will i wire the subs?..thanks....and will a Audiobahn A2300HCT be good for the subs or is the kicker better???
 

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Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

Post Number: 5773
Registered: Dec-03
www.knukonceptz.com
1/0ga amp wiring kit would do the job.
get a distribution block that splits down to 4ga.
the 1200 watt amp needs a 110-120A fuse.
the 600.4 would need about a 35-40A fuse

capacitors are all pretty much the same if you feel a need for one.
wire the subs in parallel.
I'm not a fan of audiobahn. I don't like the company or their products.
 

jake brady
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what subs do u sugest then...for that price and 1000 watts?...
 

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Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

Post Number: 5794
Registered: Dec-03
what's your budget for subs?
if you like the audiobahn subs, keep em.
I just don't think they sound that good at higher volumes and their reliability is questionable at best.
 

jake brady
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well i got these for 200 for 2 of them on ebay...i oculd sell umm again... im willing to go up to 500 for 2...do u suggest anything like rockford or jl???
 

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Username: Kenwa

Post Number: 29
Registered: May-04
since you already have those subs you might as well keep them just dont plan on running them at the full RMS wattage, half should do just fine, and i would recommend a memphis MC1000D amp, it pushs 1100 watts at 1 ohm and i am very happy with it. Plus i only had to pay about $420 for it
 

jake brady
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well im thinking about 2 jl w6v2s....what amp ould i run wiht that ..at what impedence
 

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Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

Post Number: 5802
Registered: Dec-03
the audiobahns will do fine with about 500 watts each

for about 250 each for two 12" subs look at some of these:
Alpine Type R
Adire Shiva
Resonant Engineering SE or SX
Image Dynamics IDQ
 

jake brady
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well what about the jl w6v2s?...are those any good...and what amp?
 

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Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

Post Number: 5815
Registered: Dec-03
the W6v2 is a consumate sub.
amp choice is up to you
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