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    Default Sub to match PA880

    What sub (in a prefab box) do you recommend to go with a PA880 (I already own the amp)?

    Does the amp have too much power for a db1212?
    Does the amp have too little power for a db1222?

    Should I be looking at other models or brands (keeping in mind that I am in Australia and I prefer Polk)?

    My listening is metal and pop. My current setup is a PA660 on db6501 and db651 in a 2007 Honda Civic Sedan.

    Thanks for your advice in advance.

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    Anyone?

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    Cool PA880 paired with db1222

    I have a PA-880 Amplifier powering my db1222 subs and it is amazingly awsome.
    More than enough power and it sounds incredible. It reproduces the lowest lows I have ever heard without 15" subs.
    Definitely reccomend the pairing of the two.

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    Doit!

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