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I have 2 Kicker 6x9 450 wat speakers, what is the recomended type of amp.

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If you plan to add more speakers to push 4 of the inside the car I would go with a good 4 channel amp at least 150watts RMS per channel. That should be plenty with put worrying about blowing the speakers.

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