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JBL BP600.1? I don't want to damage the sub or amp. Should I just buy another 10W7 and bridge them to a 2 ohm load?
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What is the impedance of the woofer?   Single or dual voice coil?  What is the minimum safe operating impedance of that amp?  How much power does it produce into the 2 possible ohm loads?
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The 10W7 is Single Voice Coil and 3ohms as far as I know. The amp is stable to 1 ohm @ 600Watts.
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Sure you can use it.  Just be sure to set the gain properly and you're rocking.  BTW, two 3-ohm subs connected in parallel will create a 1.5 ohm net load, not 2-ohms.
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Thanks DYohn!
I was thinking 2 8ohm subs bridged above instead of remembering that they are 2 3ohm subs of course. Thanks Again.

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