Thanks for the info Guys. That's what I was planning on doing. As long as the amp can limit the power, I would do a sub on each channel, 4 ohm load. I think at 4 Ohms, it is like 2,000 watts RMS or something ridiculous. Obviously too much for a single Ultimax 15. Hopefully I can bring it down to like 1,000-1,250 RMS. Right now with my CV-5000 I am putting about 1,250 RMS into each (running at 2 Ohms each channel, a pair each channel) and so far so good. It pounds pretty good.
The CV-5000 is a beast. Heavy as hell though. Had a hard time rack mounting it. Wasn't sure if the screws would hold it in place with just front support, but there are like 8 screws (4 each side) so it seems to be staying put. I did the fan mod as well so now it is quiet. Great Amp.
I was thinking of going all iNuke for the weight and for future upgrades but I figured now that it is placed I am never going to move it. If I did change all iNuke it would be more for cosmetics, so it looked the same, but I can also just spray paint the iNuke black so it matches a bit better.
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