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Esco1977 
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Posted: October 03, 2007 at 9:16 PM / IP Logged  

hey guys im wondering if you can provide some tech info... with all the amps out there now a days im kinda confused wich one to go with. i just picked up 2 sets of mb quart q series 6.5 components wich i am making fiberglass pods for, one set in the rear and one set in the doors. i believe they are rated at 80w. rms but i figured if i run them at 50w. i should be ok ....... right??? anyway i really dont want to go over 600$ for it but, if theres THAT big of a difference... then im down for it.So, that bieng said..... any info would def. help

Thanks guys in advance

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What is the impedance of the speakers?
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Your best bet is to start looking at amps in your price range, and compare specs, power, and features.

For example I used to sell MTX amps, they had plenty of power on tap but they had fixed x-overs (such a lame feature!), so I switched to selling Arc's entry level amp, the Kar series. Not only are these amps great sounding and looking (flat black with one emblem) they have tremendous tuning capabilities. I can easily run it in tri mode, with plenty of control of the sub channel.

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I stated my price range and what I was looking for. Also I'm not looking for a sub amp. What I'm looking for is a good- high quality amplifier that will run cool and deliver clean sound.
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Posted: October 03, 2007 at 10:53 PM / IP Logged  

Did you read what I wrote?? After I pick the amp for you, do you want me to listen to it for you as well? Any one can ramble off a million amps, why don't YOU do some research (with the tools I gave you) and chose a few, then bring them back here and discuss them.

Use some common sense and learn to take good advice.


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