Question about Kicker KX1200.1 Car Audio Amplifier
New box have alpine 500 mono on it but want more of course
12In Kicker CVRs
are Dual Voice Coil, and You can run each voice coil around 200 Watts RMS
So each sub will have a 400 Watt RMS and 800 Watts peak.
Now since you have 2, Your total will be 800 Watts RMS and 1600 Watts Peak.
I would get really any amp that sits at around 800-1000 Watts RMS.
These are kicker but they are low end so i wouldnt push them to the extreme.
1000-1200 Watts RMS Max and but keep the Gain down on the amp. They will hit no doubt but i wouldnt push these subs or you will be disapointed in the long run.
I would get a Fosgate or MTX amp.
You can get any amp really but find something right around 1000 Watts RMS and it will push those well.
You can go mono block or a 2 channel, just depends on how you want to wire them.
Be careful though. If your running them bridged right now with your mono block, do not run them parallel bridged on a 1000w RMS Amp, you will blow them so fast lol
(RMS = Root Mean Square. Or in other words is the continuous wattage being sent from the amplifier to the subwoffers)
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Kicker zx1000.1 would push these nicely and not put any strain on your amp
Posted on May 11, 2009
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Could not find exact, but close manual. It is the MRP-M450 mono block amp from alpine.
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