Bronze MemberUsername: Scab12886
Post Number: 31
Gold MemberUsername: Glasswolf
NorthWest, Michigan USA
Post Number: 6720
this yields a load of 1 ohm or 4 ohms at the amplifier.
optionally, for an additional $25, you can order the sub with dual 4 ohm coils to yield a final load of 2 or 8 ohms.
whichever you choose, you want an amplifier that will supply 1000-1500 watts RMS at the load presented.
the cheapest route would probably be a Kicker KX1200.1, SX1250.1 or Orion 1200D @ 1 ohm.
The Brutus or similar as you named would also be about the same price range I believe, but make sure you get the right power supplied based on which coil configuration for the sub(s) you choose.
the triple X loves power. give it at least 1Kw to make it really perform properly.
I feed each of mine 1280wRMS using a dedicated Orion 2250SX bridged @ 4 ohms. It works well with a pair of these. very clean, very loud.. but the amps I use are no longer made, so I don't suggest them to folks due to the difficulty in finding them and the current they demand, being class AB amps.