Will my amp power my two 10'' solo barics l7's?
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    Will my amp power my two 10'' solo barics l7's?

    I have 2 10'' solobaric l7's and im not really sure if the amp will power my subs. I have a memphis amp. Here's a link to my amp...

    http://www.sonicelectronix.com/viewitem.php?id=3002

    Heres a link to my subs... Mine are the 4 ohm ones

    http://www.radiomancaraudio.com/deta...DUCT_ID=KK10L7

    And if anyone's wondering why I have no idea about this stuff is cus the deal i got on it. I got all this stuff for $200 today so im guessing its got be a pretty good deal for brand new subs and an amp.

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    If you wire your subs in parallel your amp will be giving your subs 300 watts a piece. Total wattage coming from your amp will be 600watts @ 2 ohms. To wire these subs in parallel, just wire them positive to positive terminals and to the amp, and negative to negative and then to the amp. I hope this is clear enough instructions? if you need any more help just pm me and I'll try to help you figure it out..

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    Quote Originally Posted by phillepe
    If you wire your subs in parallel your amp will be giving your subs 300 watts a piece. Total wattage coming from your amp will be 600watts @ 2 ohms. To wire these subs in parallel, just wire them positive to positive terminals and to the amp, and negative to negative and then to the amp. I hope this is clear enough instructions? if you need any more help just pm me and I'll try to help you figure it out..
    I was going to say the same thing. I have my amp bridged. Mine is a two channel 600 watt. I run two 10's off of it
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    Quote Originally Posted by phillepe View Post
    If you wire your subs in parallel your amp will be giving your subs 300 watts a piece. Total wattage coming from your amp will be 600watts @ 2 ohms. To wire these subs in parallel, just wire them positive to positive terminals and to the amp, and negative to negative and then to the amp. I hope this is clear enough instructions? if you need any more help just pm me and I'll try to help you figure it out..
    Is it possible to wire this to 1 ohm for even more power?

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    First off, most amps are not 2 ohm stable bridged. Especially cheaper amps. 1 ohm is possible on really high end amps. Your better, and safer, bet is to spend some money on a good amp. Otherwise you risk frying the amp and wiring and possibly speakers.

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    Are your kickers the dual voice coil 4 ohm? The amp specs say it's 2 ohm stable. I didn't cleck before my last post to see that it is a mono amp. Run the speakers in parallel. You'll have more than enough bass for your car. Why people run two 10's is beyond me. 1 properly powered 10 is all you'll ever need if you don't want to drowned everything else out.

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