Originally Posted by BassThatHz
I'm just trying to save you money in the long term. I have resold 4 amps at cost myself, because they were too weak.
The 1000dsp only does 300w x 2 into 4-ohm, that is barely enough for a single dual-opposed box or a pair.
Scott say's they can handle 1000watts a piece into 4-ohm.
I've powered 10watt tweeters with 8000watt amps before, it works you just have to turn down the volume knob until you get your new home.
Otherwise you may find yourself buying twice and reselling the first.
Depending on how loud you like your bass; I mean either amp will output enough to hit 90db at least.
I know, I was just joking man. lol.
But I fully agree with the whole "don't waste money on stepping stone gear" idea. Just I couldn't convince myself it was justified for bigger amp. I'm sure it will come back on me in the future, but I'll deal with that then.
Coming from the F12 I'm sure I'll be blown away with the new sub and only 300W or so. It will be so tempting to bridge the amp and really let it sing, but the moment I do that the moment I'll want to leave it that way. Next thing I know I'll be looking for a new apartment.
So really, this amp HAS to be enough for me right now. Until I have more freedom with my living situation.