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Thinking of getting 2 Kenwood - 10" 4-Ohm Single-Voice-Coil Subwoofers what power amp should i get?

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Alll depends on what the peak power of subs is. You must remember you want a lower watt amp than your speakers or there put under a lot of stress and you will most likely blow the subs, or you'll have **** quality.. you must also remember if your using a high wattage amp you gotta make sure you have a good alternator, and you should probably invest in a battery canister so not as much power is drawn from the battery, if you are putting out 1200 watts, invest in a bigger battery.
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