um...it depends on the vc's...if they are dual 4 ohm yes you could...those rockford amps are very underated...that thing says itl put out 1000rms @ 1 ohm...but on many birthsheets ive seen it says anywhere between 1300-1500(although at 14.4v...so yur electrical system must be decent to get the power)...but yea it should be fine aslong as those are dual 4's...dual 2's you may want to think about gettin a different amp...if you are absolutly stuck on the ava's...otherwise keep the amp and look at some different subs...
Look at the CrossFire VR1000D / they make excellant amps for subwoofers. They give more spl to the sub then most amps and the price is good. Also first install it and see how if your lights dim at night. If they do then go to www.excessiveamperage.com and have nathan build you a top quality HO alternator to suit your needs. Im running 1 CrossFire VR1000D mono amp and another 300 watt rms amp for my componants and i just ordered my 180A alternator from nathan at excessiveamperage.com
I already emailed him about an amp for my car (2005 Acura RSX) and he said the doesn't have one available for me, nor does any other company at the moment. Like I said, would a battery, battcap, or any other solution work if my lights do dim?
NOPE. Only way to help that is to upgrade to a HO alternator. ONce you upgrade to the HO alternator the CAP will be able to help on those big bass hits for a second to back up the alternator for a second. Other then that all those mentioned wont do anything else.
"Look at the CrossFire VR1000D / they make excellant amps for subwoofers. They give more spl to the sub then most amps and the price is good."
Really, the amp gives more spl to the sub than other amps? What a strange statement..... I didn't know amps gave spl to subs at all. Amplifiers supply the juice, and the subwoofer produces the sound, and the sound is measured in db's. SPL stands for Sound Pressure Level.
They make good amps for just subs huh? Is that because it's harder to screw up a class D amp? Your not gonna hear distortion as easy with subwoofers, as distortion is very hard to detect in low frequencie. This is why, in reality, if you hook up a Sony amp and an Arc amp, as long as neither is clipping, both setups are powring the same sub, in the same enclosure, and in the same vehicle, they should both sound the same. As long as the TRUE power ratings match up as well. The main problem with lower quality companies, is that their amps are made of cheap materials, that are easy to damage, and don;'t last long. Most lower end companies also give out false stats, in order to make their products appear better than they really are. You can't take any stat Pyle or Legacy gives about their products seriously. This being said, as long as a Pyle amp isn't being driven into clipping, then it's actually not gonna "sound bad".
Well the crossfire amps are underated amps and they are very good brand. The amp is rated at 1000 x 1 @ 1 ohm at 12.5 volts. With a strong electrical system you can see up to 1332 watts rms total as stated on the birth sheet. It puts out all of this power with a fuse rating of 120A so thats called efficiancy. If you whould like to see how they compare to similar amps with the same power then check out this.
James and Joe are very immature by the way so im sorry for them.
Well Mo they are OLD i think they might be having a secret relationship or something they even call each other at night. They always try to talk crap and when someone talks crap to them they get all butthurt. I dont know about you but i dont take their advice seriously and i've talked to other people on here that say the same thing. just let them lovers talk to themselves if they post just ignore the immature.
That is funny though how a lot of people act so tough on the internet. When they know damn well they wouldn't be running their mouth face to face. This comment is not directed twords anyone in particular, but if you take offense to it then stop trying to be a internet tough guy.