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Brutus 1605D vs. Crossfire VR1000D


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Blowntweeters 
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to get a total of 4 ohms you would wire both the subs at 8ohms i will get back to you on other amps that will work better for those subs  
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Samt18 
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ok man i appreciate it.
Blowntweeters 
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the MA audio HK800D will do the job its 800 RMS @ 1 ohm and you can get 3 ohm loads with those subs  1 4 and 16 that amp is $189  i here that MA audio is good stuff i had two 10"s like 4 years ago they were alright
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Blowntweeters 
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that amp is at www.ikesound.com
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The crossfire amp is much better than anything MA audio will ever make... Hifonics amps have been found to be overrated also. Go with the crossfire.
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ok thats what i was thinkin too.  its gonna be $459 as compared to bout $230 for the brutus, but i'd prefer better quality.  i'd also like to keep my whole system being crossfire, just for looks.  hopefully this system is gonna be as loud and sound as good as i think it will, cause i dont wanna spend $1200 for crappy stuff 
pimpincavy 
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Crossfire amsp are really nice and high quality. But I would go with the Brutus, my friend just got one to run a L7 and it is a sick amp!! It is a huge improvement over last years brutus line (which was known to be a little overrated) I dont think there is a big enough quality differance between the crossfire and brutus to justify the more than $200 price differance.
Samt18 
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well the price doesnt matter too much.  i just want to know which one of these amps will run my subs better forreal.  i dont care too much about the price, i just want to push these subs as hard as i can (but not blow them obviously)
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I think that if you're running two 15's in a ported box, it's really not worth all the extra money for a Crossfire amp. In my opinion, the Brutus would work perfectly, and be a lot more practical.
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aight thanks everyone.  i'll be out of town the next couple days, and wont have any internet access, so i appreciate all the help

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