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    Fantastic, I have been looking into getting one, but a 10"

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    I just bought (2) 12's for a custom box being built to replace my back seats in my Z28. What power amp do you recomend to run both of these subs?
    I like Rockford Fosgate's. I was considering the P450.2 or 650.2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamz28 View Post
    I just bought (2) 12's for a custom box being built to replace my back seats in my Z28. What power amp do you recomend to run both of these subs?
    I like Rockford Fosgate's. I was considering the P450.2 or 650.2.
    Rockford is good, but I will never recommend them. Too pricy for what you get ya know. JBL or Infinity amps are MUCH better bang for the buck, plus they are just as clean, maybe even cleaner than Rockford. Another amp I suggest is US Amps, but not any of the newer ones. Ive had nothing but good things from them.

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    2 ohm can't you just hook em straight into the moonsun ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danger731 View Post
    2 ohm can't you just hook em straight into the moonsun ?
    if you enjoy running 20 watts through your sub, it'll sound like ass

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    so the stockers are 20 w as well ?

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    thought the monsoon was a 2 ohn stytem ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danger731 View Post
    thought the monsoon was a 2 ohn stytem ?
    just because the amp is 2 ohm stable, does not mean the amp has enough power to push the sub properly

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