If you're looking for 750rms and only that then the kicker has you covered. But if you want to make sure you have more than enough power there is the kenwood 9102D for $239 and the clarion DPX1800 for $270. The clarion will allow you to upgrade to a dual sub setup in the future because it's 1ohm stable(a must for someone who changes their mind a lot).
cause he said brand new, and the link i gave is for a brand new one with warranty from a authorized dealer
and dave, that kicker amp is alot better than the kenwood you recommended. the kenwood puts out 850wrms @ 2ohm, while the kicker is underrated so it will put out at least 850wrms, more like 900-950wrms. and it is alot better build quality.
eclipse tech told me it was actually 750wrms and that he recommends 750-900wrms, maybe even 1000w. he said 1500w was only the peak and doesn't know why people assume 1500wrms is told as the rms but it's wrong and doesn't recommend doing it daily.
i don't have one or nothing so i called and asked cause i've seen alot of people asking if it's 750wrms or per coil and when i called thats what they told me. the tech said they've seen alot of returned subs cause of being overpowered due to people saying it's rated per coil when it's not.
not trying to start an arguement or nothing cause i'm far from the smartest here, just wanted to write what the tech at eclipse told me.
All the same it is better to have a slightly larger amp for the sub then one too small. The sub will last much longer taking 1500wats then sending a 750watt amp into clipping. It also depends on how your going to be using the sub, will it be sealed or ported? Will you be listening to music or test tones? In the grand picture of things it is better to run a amp at 50% power then to run one into clipping.