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Username: Superroofer04

Darien, CT United States

Post Number: 10
Registered: May-06
Lanzar OPTI1400D Class D Mono Amplifier

Is that enough to power 3 10" 600 watt rms Audiobahns with two 4-ohm voice coils?
 

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Username: Dustin3

Tigard, Or U.S.

Post Number: 1435
Registered: Oct-05
no. underpowering way to much. doesnt that amp only do 800 watts bridged? if u have 3 600 watt subs = 1800 watt amp
 

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Username: Superroofer04

Darien, CT United States

Post Number: 11
Registered: May-06
it says:
2600 Watts Bridged Max Power into 2 Ohms
 

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Username: Dustin3

Tigard, Or U.S.

Post Number: 1437
Registered: Oct-05
# 500 Watts RMS Power into 4 Ohms
# 800 Watts RMS Power into 2 Ohms
# 1000 Watts RMS Power into 1.3 Ohms
# 1300 Watts Max Power into 1.3 Ohms
# 2600 Watts Bridged Max Power into 2 Ohms

nope. dont look at MAX rating, they dont tell u anything. The most it will put out would be 1000 watts @ 1.3 ohms. and lanzar is a lil overrated.
 

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Username: Superroofer04

Darien, CT United States

Post Number: 12
Registered: May-06
I found a ROCKFORD FOSGATE P6001 1800W Mono that says it is 600 watts x1 rms at 2 ohms. Is that enough power? If not, what specs should I be looking for. Thanks for your feedback.
 

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Username: Killswitchjd

Post Number: 122
Registered: Apr-06
you need an amp that is 1800 watts rms mono that will be stable at 2.67 ohms (you said they were dual 4 ohm...)

the wcc 5000d (orion 2500d) is about 1700x1 at 2 ohms if I remember... $450 on ebay
 

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Username: Dustin3

Tigard, Or U.S.

Post Number: 1438
Registered: Oct-05
as i said above:

if u have 3 600 watt rms subs = 1800 watt amp

so u need an amp that puts out somewere around that @ 1 or 2 ohms. try lookin at a hifonics bx2005d on ebay (i think thats what its called)
 

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Username: Dustin3

Tigard, Or U.S.

Post Number: 1439
Registered: Oct-05
^ thats wouldnt match ur setting since i didnt see that u said they were each DVC 4 ohm subs. like nate so said above, u need an amp that does 2000 watts @ 2 ohm because you wont be able to find an amp that does 1800 @ 2.67 ohms.
 

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Username: Superroofer04

Darien, CT United States

Post Number: 13
Registered: May-06
what would happen if i used a multiple channel amplifier? these seem to be priced much lower, so im just wondering if this is also a viable solution.
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