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Old 09-16-2007, 08:43 PM
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Question 1 or 2 amp - difference?

Just a quick question, I have 2 15" (dual 4 ohm) showing 1 ohm on my amp right now. The amp is [email protected] or 2 ohm and 1500 max. The subs are 750 RMS and 1500 max. The question I have, for SPL how much difference and is it worth running 2 amps for the subs rather than just one for both?

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Old 09-16-2007, 08:47 PM
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depends on the subs and box battery i gain huge from one amp to two but i know others that only gain .5
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TX's I am running 2 Clarion 1552's off of a clarion 11500. I am in a 3' sealed box.
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