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    Default amplifier compatiable to 12" Diameter ( dB1212 CPH 360W(RMS), PPH 750W )

    Kindly suggest the best amplifier to 12" Diameter dB1212 ( CPH 360W(RMS), PPH 750W) Nominal Impedance - 2 Ohm from the options below :-

    1. polk audio PA 600.1 (Monoblock Amplifier : RMS 400W x 1 @ 2 Ohm)

    2. polk audio PA 400.1 (Monoblock Amplifier : RMS 300W x 1 @ 2 Ohm)

    3. JBL GTO3501
    (360-Watt X1 @ 2 Ohm) Mono Subwoofer Amplifier with Variable Electronic Crossover

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    Out of those, the Polk 600.1 is most appropriate. Even though the amps are rated that those wattages they will not produce that in your car. Those ratings are based on 14.4V which is just not gonna happen. You are more likely to give them 13.8v so you can take like 5% to 10% off of those ratings. For instance the 400w RMS may only output 360W RMS in the end with 13.8V input. \

    Make sure to use the Subsonic filter.
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