If a set of components needs 100w RMS...


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Does it need an amplifier which can handle 50watts x 2RMS at 4ohms or 100watts x 2RMS at 4ohms ???

Eg. Infinity kappa Perfect 6.1

Does it need an amp which can handle 100 X 2 or 50 X 2 RMS ???

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Username: Cainer

Camberley, Surrey England

Post Number: 28
Registered: May-04

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And if the 6x9 handle 70RMS
And the components handle 100RMS

What is the best solution ? ?
an amp which handles 70x4 RMS or 1 amp which handle 100x2 and an amp which handles 70x2 ???

Can i use a 4 channel amplifier for this solution ?

will you have the 6x9's in the back and the components up front? if so you wont hear the 6x9's

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yes the components in front and the 6x9 in the back

... What 6x9 do you reccomand me ??? Or what can be put in the back side ??? 6x9 or 2 mid basses ?? I have a 1200Rms sub aswell at the back ...

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Username: Jonathan_f


Post Number: 33
Registered: May-04
I'd do midbasses in the back if anything. Personally, I just put subs in the back and forget any other rear speakers. They tend to pull the soundstage away. It'll save you money if you don't already have the 6x9's, too. I'd put 100x2 RMS on the components (4 ohms) and leave it at that.
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