I'm new to this stuff, but have been learning a lot in the last week or so.
A while back I bought that Visonik VBB212, it's 2 12" with a 2 channel amp claiming a 1000watt system.
Now I am assuming that it is a 500 rms, 250 rms per-side.
I was talking with my friend who knows a little bit more them me because I was thinking about replacing the 12s with a couple of nice pioneers, then down the road get a better amp.
Instead I ended up getting a 15" Polk MM2154 and built myself a box to the dimensions that they have on the site. http://www.polkaudio.com/caraudio/pr.../recent/mm2154
Now I have them wired to the same amp, with the 12s wired normal just right and left, then I have the 15" wired to the Left Pos. and the Right Neg., that is considered "bridging" correct?
1. The amp is a 4 ohm and all the subs are, wiring all 3 like this does that drop the ohms? I think it would bring it to like 6.x?
2. I guess what I am wondering is what do you think of how I have it set up?
3. What would a higher watt amp with a RMS of like 1000 do, make it sound better, or would it over power my system?
4. Is it stupid for me to dick around with lower quality subs like the visonik
12"ers or should I just go with the Polk with a nice Mono amp?
5. What if I purchased a better amp for my subs, and then used this amp to power my 6 1/2" speakers?
6. I am not really sure what amping my 6 1/2"s speakers would do, these are the ones I just got for my Jetta; http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...ct_id=10569320
Any input would be great, thanks guys.