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    hi guys! i am after a sub setup for a shogun sport (challanger). i am going to put a bulkhead behind the back seats and hopefully poke my sub through this with the box behind, firing into the back of the rear seats. i have a jbl 2x75rms or 1x150rms. i would like the bass to sound 'natural' not 'getto bad' and size of the box is an issue. would i be better with 1 sub or 2 smaller in 2 boxes i will use the above amp in either 1 or 2 channel mode to suit. thanks!
    PB 2.0Ghz, 20GB, 512mb, XPpro. 300GB Usb HDD, Griffin pwrmate, m-audio audiophile fw. BU-353 gps. 2x100w sony amps, 1x150w JBL sub amp, MBQuart front components, 6x9 rear, 10" sub. Audiocontrol epcienter, esp2, 3xs. Clifford G5, Finished, fitted, problems

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    here we go again....
    Jan Bennett
    FS: VW MKIV Bezel for 8" Lilliput - 95% Finished

    Please post on the forums! Chances are, someone else has or will have the same questions as you!


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      So I bought a ****(tm) kenwood (yes, i know they make blenders) sub.
      It's rated at 175W rms (not alot) and 700W (max) 4Ohms.... I was looking at a 200W rms alpine amp,

      that should be fine, shouldn't it? So long as I dont wire it backwards (haha scouse) or turn it up all the way?

      I realised that even though I have a medium sized brain I didn't know if it's as simple as matching up the rms values on the amp to the sub at the correct impedance, or whether I'm just a total pleb......
      Woot, or something.
      Epia M10000 (less rubbish than the 800) :: LCD touchscreen
      GPS :: 80G drive :: Not enough ram... Never enough..