So the kenwood amp over the Polk or Alpine?
If I am running a single 12 with max 800w and rms of 400, do I need a 1800 max amp? Isn't it more or less the RMS rating that I am looking at? I'm assuming it's a good amp for future use also?
I have pretty much convinced myself on one 12" for now.
I'm pretty confident on the Kenwood Deck (Kenwood KDC-HD548U) unless someone else can find a different brand with the preamp out at BB for under $180. I believe my friend told me the install kit for decks is under $10 so that works. Just couldn't find it on their site.
I have a new contender lol. Forgot to look these up the other day. BB does have this in stock, I could throw it in a ported box they sell. I don't know if it's any better than the Kicker L3, but the RMS is higher and so is the max wattage.http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Alpine+-...ofer&cp=1&lp=2
Thinking that sub with this enclosure now ($33)http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Fierce+A...ustomerreviews
And possibly a different amp like this, (maybe overkill)http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Alpine+-...ofer&cp=1&lp=1
Really leaning on that Type R now. I did some reading and it seems to be a quality sub for the price. I think the enclosure will work for a temp until I figure out what I want to build. It's only $33 anyway.
I somewhat understand the amps now. If I have a sub that requires 600watts RMS with 1200 Peak, I need an amp with at least 1200 peak and..600Rms at 2ohms? or what ohm should I be looking at?
Here is my list so far,
Alpine Type R (SWR-1243D) $115
Kenwood 1800w KAC-9105D $158
Fierce Audio - XED 12" Single Ported Subwoofer Enclosure $33
Kenwood Deck KDC-HD548U $110-115
Install Kit (under $20)
Amp Kit (not sure of price yet, under $50)