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I've got a 460 watt amp, would my system sound better if i had one 10 hooked up or two

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IMO 2 would be best. A good 10" woofer will give you good all round bass but wont rock your block off. The bigger your woofers the more low end base you will be able to produce so a 10" is a good balance between low end and thumpy bass for a full sounding system. The type of box you decide on encosing the woofers in will also affect your sounds. Consult your local car audio experts for more info. Good Luck

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