Question about Bazooka BA1150 150 Watt Monoblock Amplifier Car Audio Amplifier

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Can you use a bazooka ba1150 to power up an infinity 1230w sub? not a techie just happened to have these two items and was wondering if i can use them together. thanks.

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This is an 150 RMS amp, but the ratings say it'll push 2 10's.
You probably won't get much out of that amp with a 1230 watt subwoofer.
The subwoofer you are wanting to run is 300 RMS, so you'll get half the power you could be pulling. But it would do okay I guess. Nothing like what you could get with a different amp though. You need like a 1000 watt amp to get the most out of your sub. But "YES" you can use them together.

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