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    Question Amp Help!

    i just purchased 2 12s polk audio db series. the question is....whats a good amp to power these badboys up to its fullest potential?

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    the hifonics bx1205d comes to mind, but it really depends upon your budget, and whether you have the SVC or DVC models.
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    what is the VC set up and how much can you spend?

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    Originally posted by denim
    what is the VC set up and how much can you spend?
    which is, of course, exactly what i asked...
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    yea but he says it straight out, you say it as far away of the point as you can get
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    Originally posted by neomagus00
    ...it really depends upon your budget, and whether you have the SVC or DVC models.
    um... in addition to offering a reasonable suggestion, that's about as clear as can be.
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    Originally posted by denim
    what is the VC set up and how much can you spend?
    Speaker has 2 connections, one + and one - then it = Single Voice Coil (SVC)

    Speaker has 4 connections, two +'s and two -'s it = Dual Voice Coils (DVC)
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    If you have SVC's then you can wire them up as a 2ohm load.

    I would recommend a Kicker KX600.1. I had one and it put out 740 watts RMS. This would be a nice match for your subs.

    http://www.crutchfield.com/S-MXzCevC...0&I=2064KX6001

    If you have DVC's this MB Quart looks like a great deal. You can wire the amp for a 2ohm stereo load. You will get over 800 watts RMS (400 X 2), but you can play with the gains a little to get a little less.

    http://www.crutchfield.com/S-MXzCevC...0&I=049RAA2400
    Last edited by 1996blackmax; 05-08-2005 at 02:08 AM.
    Alpine: CDA-7949
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    ARC Audio: 4150-XXK / 1500v1-XXK
    JL Audio: 10W6v2 (x2)
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