pending on what coil configuration you got, a 2 or 4 channel would work so would a mono amp two dual 4 ohm subs, mono or 2 channel to get the most power out of the amp two dual 2 ohm subs, 4 channel bridged to 4 ohms or mono run at 2 ohms would work
a 4 channel would not have too much dc voltage going through it, if your gains are set right...this goes for every amp out there
Hey Carlos, why would you waste 4 channel amp to power a sub? Subs are basically a mono, 1 channel. It doesn't matter how many subs you have, they're all still mono. Just thought you might want to know that.
hey isaac the problem is my friend has a almost new rf 600.4 for 150 bucks. i think its a fair price. i want to give my 2 subs 300 watts rms @ 4 OHM. I have 2 NEW Alpine 1241D's dual 4 ohms. will this amp overpower my subs like my old 700x rf amp that was giving me 350 watts rms @ 4 ohms. ? Will four channel F*ck up my subs. I really dont wanna take my chances. I work hard for my sytem. =-)
Hey carols, that is a fair deal. Get it while it's hot. I do have a question for you. If your subs are DVC 4ohms, then they're going to be 2ohms connected in parallel. I hope the amp supports 2ohms, if not it won't do you much good. If you don't have 4 channel amp already to power your front and rear, you can still buy the amp and use it.
yeah i already have a 4 channel amp for my mids and highs. also. the amplifier rf 600.4 is rated at 75Watts per channel (4 channels) into a 4Ohm load, 150Watts per channel (4 channels) into a 2 Ohm load, or 300Watts per channel (bridged to 2 channel) into a 4Ohm load. i guess there is no 2 ohm load.