Ever since i started upgrading my home surround sound system, I have come to the following conclusion: Properly powering 4 ohm speakers is very expensive. When i upgraded from the rti to lsi speakers, i went out and bought the outlaw audio pre amp -amp combo, and have been somewhat disappointed in the outlaw amp. not only hooked up with my lsi speakers but also with my rti ones as well. there was not enough bass output or dynamics. the amp didn't take ahold of the woofer like it should and deliver lifelike sound at low volumes. So anyhoo, back to my post. I have been looking at amps spec that can deliver 200 amps at 4 ohms and 400 amps at 2 ohms for my lsi 9 speakers. since their impedance can drop to 2.4 ohms, i want to make sure my amp can handle it properly that low (at least to 60 hz anyway). So i am looking at two channel amps and the only ones that will double their output when the impedance changes from 4 to 2 ohms are somewhat expensive. So i was wondering what you guys thought about buying a 25 amp power supply from radio shack ($100), a nice rockford fosgate car amp (maybe Rockford Fosgate Power T8004) for around $1000, and one or two 1.0-farad Capacitors ($200). This comes to under $1500 and I have a feeling will sound much better than any $1500 two channel home audio amp that can find. Any ideas?