Ok so I just got 2 12" Cedarslink LK-1500 subs (2000w) installed in my car with a Cedarslink LK-1200w 2 channel amp and a Pioneer deck. The subs sound great but after only about 30 minutes of playing them on loud volume the amp gets so hot you can barely touch it without burning the **** out of your hand. Im not very educated on car audio systems but this wasnt a cheap system and Id like to know if my amp is at risk here. It never shuts off from being too hot or go into safety mode like the last amp I had (it was a crappy 1500w powerbank). So do I need to go and get a 3000w Cedarslink to handle these subs or could it possibly be something else (or is the amp fine with handling that heat)? The wires powering everything are cedarslink as well and the more expensive ones (sorry I dont know what theyre called or even the gauge). And its all in a 1998 Toyota Corolla with stock alternator and car battery. what could be my problem? all input it appreciated!