Sorry for such a 'greenhorn' question but would a MTX Thunder 302 amp be enough to push -2- Kenwood eXcelon KFC-XW1000F subs?:unsure3d:My 'old school' MTX amp is 75Wx 2 into a 4 Ohm, 150Wx2 into a 2 Ohm, or 300W bridged into a 4 Ohm. Thanks in advance for your response.
06-28-2011, 12:46 PM
Yes and no.
It would work, but sound like crap because it would be underpowerd. Especially if you cranked it.
You want a nice mono amp, that matches or slightly exceeds the max rms rating of the sub or subs.
Are we talkin one or two subs?
06-28-2011, 01:58 PM
06-28-2011, 02:21 PM
she needs more power captain!
06-28-2011, 06:31 PM
haha you guys are a trip :laughing3d: yeah it would be for -2- 10" subs....i kinda figured that but i knew you guys would know whats up. Ok so what would be a good (meaning inexpensive) amp to help my problem. May Crewmax has the JBL system in it,...just trying to upgrade. I listen to alternative rock, country, reggae...etc. if that means anything ha:ts:
06-29-2011, 07:40 PM
memphis car audio........
zapco has a new line of entry level amps out. take a look at those. they are the studio series or you can go with a zapco iforce i 600 and you wont have to buy another amp for a long long time.
and rememberrrrr you get what you pay for. so dont skimp! just wait a month longer if need be.