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[quote=mlkmgr;15019206]the nine.2 looks good. i know you stated the 9kv.2, but are you getting DVC or SVC (dual or single voice coil).
are you swapping out the fronts as well?
i am not sure the nine.4 will offer enough power for the sub. there is conflicting info on their website. the "overview" sections states 4/3/2 channel operation, but on the "specs" page it only lists 4/2 channel operation. i would verify with ED that "3" channel operation is possible. this will boost the power to the sub. otherwise you may not be feeding the sub enough power.[/QUOTE
The sub is a dual vioce coil.
They said the Nine.2 would be to much amp. I will call them and verify about the 3 channer operation. I'm kind of thinking that I should just go with the Nine.2 and if I want to amp my front speakers when I get them I can just use my kenwood amp.
Here is what they said about the nine.4:
Tech Department: when you bridge the rear channel for the sub, and leave the front two for components, that is 3 channel mode". And "150-200 watts is what the nine.4 produces bridged. That is plenty for the 9kv.2
Tech Department: The nine.2 is almost too much.
Tech Department: 400-450 watts is a lot for the 9Kv.2
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