I'm curious as to which would have more kick;
A single 300w amp to two 4ohm 10s bridged
or two 300w amps each to an individual 4ohm 10
The latter is currently what I have. I'm not getting much kick but I'm getting deafening amounts of "high bass" or that humming/rumbling sound. Whatever you want to call it.
The 10's are ancient mtx's in a vented, parallel box and came with a tiny 200w amp. But the guy who had it before me changed it to a series box so I was pushing a 200w amp across 8ohms. After about a year my amp fried and so I got two kicker zx300.1s and it's a lot louder but it doesn't have the kick I'm looking for.
Also I have MOMO 6500's in the front running off of a pioneer fhp8000(14w rms) HU because I'm waiting on the eclipse XA4200 I ordered but its been on backorder for over a month. I'm afraid of turning my volume up over wind noise because I'm thinking the HU is going to clip and damage them. Is this a legitimate fear? And would it be ok to run my 6500 midwoofers in series and slap em on a zx300.1 with the tweets running of the HU?