This will be my setup as I purchased the db6500 components for the front. I originally purchased the Polk ex357 for all my speakers, but decided I wanted to go for a full-out component set for the front.
My stock HU is still powering them, and I plan on amping them, but not sure what kind of power will be sufficient.
There's an Infinity amp on Crutchfield that delivers about 111Wrms X 4 @ 4ohms. I'm thinking this may cause clipping, as the db6500 are rated at 100Wrms and my ex357 are rated at 60Wrms.
Would a 4-channel amp that produces 50Wrms X 4 @ 4ohms be sufficient enough?
Or an amp that produces 75Wrms X 4, would that be alright as well? I don't know too much about amps and what will cause clipping, so I want to make sure I buy the right amp to power these speakers.
Fronts: Polk db6500 components
Rear : Polk ex357
Any input would be much appreciated. Any suggestions for amps would also be appreciated. I've read Macleod's amp suggestions, so I think you would recommend MTX amps or the Crossfire amps.
I'm looking to spend around $200 for the amp, so any suggestions would be really helpful.
I've been browsing a lot of late, but I notice there's not too much activity on these forums. Probably cause it's Polk-specific. Anyways, thanks!!!