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Im going to build these:

http://www.parts-express.com/dayton-audio-18-reference-series-ho-subwoofer-and-cabinet-package--300-7094


I already got the drivers, and along with them, I got this amplifier:

http://digisynthetic.en.hisupplier.com/product-859898-SPD2000S.html


Product Detail

Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland)


1.93% efficiency, classD amplifiers

2.High-cut and phase reversal control

3.Damping factor:>1500



1.93% efficiency, classD amplifiers

2.High-cut and phase reversal control

3.Damping factor:>1500

4.24 bi DSP,24 bit ∑AD/DA,48KHz sampling rate

5.3-band PEQ and Limiter, parameters adjustable via PC

6.Crossover type and slope: butterworth, Bessel and Linkwitz-Riley

7.High-cut frequency range:50Hz-250Hz

8.Frequency response:20Hz-250Hz

9.Size:226mm*238mm

2000W/4Ω



Im very skeptical regarding these "no name amplifiers" - but perhaps someone has some knowledge about them, or can tell me if this amplifier will be any good for my 2 sealed Daytons ? 1000watt on each Dayton seems about right. I just can't find much information about it.


I can also use a Behringer Ep2500 (2x600watt.. 600 on each woofer) & a DCX 2496.




Which one should I use to get the most out of them ?
 

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not familiar with that amp.


why not grab an inuke with dsp. super cheap power. you could get a 6000dsp (or a pair of 3000dsp's) and run the limiter to keep power to about 1100 watts.
 
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