damn back in M-bus days eh. fair enough, i had a 9856R and it was an awesome unit, but it can't run an amplink as far as i know. Maybe an MRD-M501. that would pound those subs pretty good. If you want to go whole hog you could get an MRD-M1001. Serious stuff that amp is, and a serious price to match.
i have 2 10" 450RMS subs and am planing on buying power acoutik gothic 820 amp (460RMSx1) is this enough?
Well I have two 12" type-s alpines and like all type-s's they're 200 rms each, since I didn't have an alpine head unit I didn't go with the alpine mrd-m301 amp, which would have been great for those subs since it pushes a little higher than 350 rms and the ai-net link is pretty cool. But instead I went with the kicker 400.1 which gives exactly 400 rms to the subs and rocks the shiznit out of my prk ave's trunk. My subs are connected at a 2ohm load as well.
that amp the MRD-M1001 would make ur subs pound but i would def run it at 2 ohms. that amp is way under rated with 80 amps on board it will perform nicely at 2 ohms you would be stunned by how hard it will hit just make sure u know what ur doing when hooking everything up. it is important that u wire the subs correctly and do u ground good.
that amp the MRD-M1001 would make ur subs pound but i would def run it at 2 ohms. that amp is way under rated with 80 amps on board it will perform nicely at 2 ohms you would be stunned by how hard it will hit just make sure u know what ur doing when hooking everything up. it is important that u wire the subs correctly and do u ground good. Watch how high u set ur gain the amp might put out alot more power than u think
dont even bother with the MRD-M501. U would under power ur subs by so much and the amp isn't even listed to be 2 ohms stable so u would be limited to how u could wire ur subs b/c of the limited power ur amp would put out
it is 2 ohm stable all alpine amps are.. however he has 4 ohm dvc coils so you could get 2 mrd 550's and wire each sub to one of those for a 2 ohm load im not sure if they type s could take it as well as the type r's tho thats almost 600 watts to each sub... i recommend the power regulated jl amps, i used the 500/1 with my type s which were also 4 ohm dvc and it worked great (the jl amps slash series give out the smame wattage between 1.5 and 4 ohms)or you could realy push them with the jl 1000/1.. your subs can be wired up to one amp at 1 ohm or 4 ohms so i wouldnt get the alpine amps if i were u since they run optimally at 2 ohms .. the mrd 1001 will only give 500 watts rms at 14.4 volts under a 4 ohm load which is underpowering the subs