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Question about Triad sub and amp

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I have two InWall Bronze Subs but only one bronze amp. Wondering if I can use a Silver amp instead?

Thank you for any guidance here-
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That is, a bronze amp for one bronze sub... And could I use a Silver or some other Triad amp for the second bronze sub.
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???
Thank you for the advice!
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Appreciate any help here - thanks
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Originally Posted by Mflo Soldier View Post

I have two InWall Bronze Subs but only one bronze amp. Wondering if I can use a Silver amp instead?

Thank you for any guidance here-

Paul already answered your question in the Triad thread:
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Originally Posted by Paul Scarpelli View Post

You can't use an old Silver amp on an old (or new) Bronze sub. The limiting and EQ is totally different, and it won't sound right. The most obvious thing you'll notice is a lack of low bass. Also, the limiter won't kick in until well after the woofer is bottoming out. I suggest buying a new RackAmp 350 DSP, which will work great. It's about twice as powerful as the old RackAmp 250.

What else are you looking for?

Craig
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Missed that somehow. I am also wondering if the RackAmp 250 could be used with Bronze InWall sub?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/161014038969?redirect=mobile

Thank you to anyone who has used or knows for sure -
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