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    Default how would you guys hook my system up??

    i have 2 momo 10s, a 300.2 momo amp and a 4 channel MTX amp.

    i had the inside speakers running off the MTX, and the 2 10s running off the polk 2 channel in 2 channel mode. but tthe bass was not loud enough, s now i have each 10 bridged to 2 of the channels of the mtx, much better. and i have the 4 insides run off the 2 channel momo amp.

    would you guys do it differently? i cant buy more stuff so i got to use what i got.

    is the 300.2 bridgable down to 1 ohm or will it burn up. i was thinking of running the 2 10s in parallel bridged to the momo amp.

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    are they dvc?
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    the woofers are not dual voice coils, just a streight 4 ohm sub.

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    what model mtx do you have?
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    its a thunder 4300x about 5 yr old, but man its bulletproof. birth cert. said 303w x 2. so each of my momo 10s is getting 303w.

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    then thats how i would keep it
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    i guess ill just get another 2 channel then , i hate having the fronts and rear run off the same amp, cause i cant fade, and my rears sound way louder than the fronts.

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    You could do away with the rears completely. This would not only give you better SQ but increase the power going to the fronts to 150x2 which is PLENTY of power and will be enough to keep up with the subs easily.
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    we dont know if his front speakers can handle 150 watts
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    As long as they are a quality set they will be fine so long as he sets his gains appropriately.

    Im putting at least 130 per channel to my Momo 6x9s but my gains are set at 25%, and they handle it and work fine.
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    my fronts are the momo MM6s. i now have the fronts on the momo amp, and the momo rears off a MTX 2 channel i had laying around. sounds great now, i also got a new kenwood excelon kdcx679 today so i have a sub-control too!

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    the mm6s will handle that amp without a hitch
    nice choice on your equipment...whats it in?
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    its all in my 99 mustang GT. i just finished the trunk, ill post a pic later tonight.

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    i want a trunk to do an install in:(
    awesome car though...even for a ford;) :p
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    i did all this last week, i got sick of seeing a q-logic box with a mtx 10 in it, and i always wanted a black trunk. i got the cool custom look, and i can still get my spare tire!
    radio i picked up yesterday


    and the trunk



    coments welcome!!

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    ahh...thats pretty much exactly what i wouldve done...install looks very clean and it looks like a lot of time was put into it
    i wish i had the space of a trunk to do **** in...instead im stuck with under the back seat of a truck...which is a lot harder to work with...lol
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