Hi guys, this is my first post here. I'm planning on building a DIY sub and hoping someone can answer a question about the amps I'm going to use with it.
I have two power amps I can use, NAD C272 and NAD C270 (not sure which I'll use yet, they're both approx 300wrms). I'm planning on using a Dayton RSS390HF 15 inch driver in a sealed box and Paradigm X-30 external crossover. The only problem is this driver is 4 ohm (and Re is 3.3 ohm) and my NAD amps are only rated down to 8 ohm bridged. NADs are pretty good at driving tricky speakers but I would be very unhappy if I overheated and killed one of these amps. Not to mention buying the driver, building the enclosure then finding the amp would go into protection
Has anyone had any experience running 4 ohm speakers with an NAD amp bridged, bearing in mind that this will probably be driven quite hard at times?
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