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My son just purchased some MTX subs. It has three 10" Thunder4000 subs operating at 12 ohms with a 4ohm speaker input - specs are as follows:


three 10" Thunder4000 12-ohm woofers

frequency response 50-150 Hz

4-ohm total impedance (one speaker terminal)

power handling 150-600 watts RMS

peak power handling 1200 watts

sensitivity 92.8 dB


He does not have a lot of money so he is looking for the best bang for the buck. I think he did well getting these sub - but I want to make sure he gets an appropiate sub. He's a teenager so he wants the "bump". I would like to have him get an amp that provides enough bump but not so much that I know he is on his way home and he is still 10 minutes away.


I am thinking a 2 channel - Power Acoustik ts620 (620 watts) - refurbished - Sony Xplod (1000 watts). There are numerouse Power Acoustic amps on ebay. I am leaning towards the Sony (refurb) for $70. Any thoughts? 2 Channel is the way to go - right?
 

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I think you are on track. I agree. A 2 channel bridged mono. Look also at the cadence TXA and SQA lines. They are cheap, reliable. Put out rated power. Just ugly in my opinion. But my son likes his and I like mine.
 
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