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Match my subs to a amp plz(and other stuff)

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by Michael Nelson, Jul 6, 2010.

  1. Michael Nelson

    Michael Nelson [OP] Active Member

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    ok first off i just bought two
    http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_21932_Kicker+C128+-10C128-.html

    now there are two things im thinking about
    what kicker amp would be the best for these...and i was thinking for 100 bucks i can get two more 12"

    do you think it would be a good idea and would it be possible to fit it in here[​IMG]

    also if i didnt go the whole buy two new 12" subs would it be somehow possible to wire marine audio speakers underneath the truck and somehow wire it to a switch so if im out of the truck i can turn them on and off

    just wondering if this has ever been done before
     
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    any help or ideas?
     
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    My only thoughts on this are that 4 12" subs would be entirely unnecessary and would only be worth doing for the sake of over doing something.

    If you want external speakers simply add another amp and connect line outs from your first amp to the second (ie - buy a primary amp with line outs if you plan to do this). You could turn on/off the secondary amplifier by installing a toggle switch in line on the amp turn on wire to the auxiliary amplifier.
     
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    4 12's would be extremely loud. I have 2 10's and would personally never put any more in my truck. my 2 10's are plenty loud!!
     
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    2 - 10's @ 8 ohm each bridged will yield 4 ohm...so anything that can push 300-450 watts @ 4 ohm would be great for those.
     
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