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    what amp?

    if i went with a 4 channel amp would this be enough to power the 6.5s up front, the 6.5s right behind passenger and drivers head and a 10" sub? i don't really know dick about stereo components, just wanting to get decent sound and found a good deal on a 4 channel alpine

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    Quote Originally Posted by NE98LS1 View Post
    if i went with a 4 channel amp would this be enough to power the 6.5s up front, the 6.5s right behind passenger and drivers head and a 10" sub? i don't really know dick about stereo components, just wanting to get decent sound and found a good deal on a 4 channel alpine
    Use the 4 channel for the components and a seperate amp for the sub

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    but lets say for a second, that i am cheap as hell. just for this arguments sake. is there any way to do it with one amp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NE98LS1 View Post
    but lets say for a second, that i am cheap as hell. just for this arguments sake. is there any way to do it with one amp?
    Yeah, with a 5 channel but I would seriously not recommend it.

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    hmmm, so many choices, so little money. thanks for the input!

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    i would go with a mid range amp for the high and an mid range amp for the sub like what kind of sub do you have i might be able to help you out with which one you need i know a nice amout about car audio..

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    Quote Originally Posted by NE98LS1 View Post
    but lets say for a second, that i am cheap as hell. just for this arguments sake. is there any way to do it with one amp?
    using a 4 channel, you can amp the front 2 speakers, then bridge the other 2 channels and power the sub.

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