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    Question could it work

    sry for the mistake im new and didnt realy understand the sight and now im really confused about weather my amp will be able to handle my subs this is what i found for a good price and is what i plan on getting:

    3 10" lanzarHRW104d subs

    Chrome Plated Heavy Stamped Steel Basket
    High Quality Chrome Plated Injection Cone
    Non-Fatiguing Butyl Rubber Surround
    2" High Temperature KaptonVoice Coil
    65 Oz Strontium Magnet Structure
    Power Handling: 400 Watts RMS / 800 Watts Peak
    Frequency Response: 35-1.2KHz
    DualVoice Coil System
    Impedance(Per Coil): 4 Ohms
    Efficiency: 86dB


    2- Channel 800 watt 4-ohm lanzar vibe226

    2 x 200W RMS at 4 OHMS 2 x 400W MAX at 4 OHMS
    1 x 800W MAX at 4 OHMS Bridged 2 x 300W at 2 OHMS RMS
    Electronic Crossover Network
    Bass Boost Circuit
    2 Ohms Stereo Stable
    Anti-Thump Turn-On
    Illuminated Top Panel
    Soft Turn On/Off
    High & Low Level Inputs
    Power & Protection LED Indicators
    Advanced Protection Circuitry
    Remote Control Bass Booster
    T.H.D.: <0.04%
    S/N Ratio: >90dB
    Channel Separation: >65dB
    Freq. Response: 15Hz~35kHz
    Dimensions: 11.06''W x 2.24''H x 9.25''L


    is there n e way this system can be hooked up without fatalities or damaged items. once again im sry for the mistake earlier wont happen again.

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    I could work. You would have to wire them together to be 2 ohms, or as close to it as possible. (I would suggest a wiring combination but I don't feel like doing math right now) It won't hurt anything though, it just may not sound good. In the future, try to match the RMS output and ohms of your amp to the speakers you are connecting to it. For example, I would have bought a 1200w RMS amp for those three subs based upon the numbers. I hope this helps.

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    Yeah, I do think this would work! The fact that they are both products of the same developer might also help. :D
    If something is difficult to find... It's like trying to find a fart in a Jacuzzi.
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