amp recommendations

Discussion in 'Audio Tech' started by mcdonald58, May 9, 2012.

  1. mcdonald58

    mcdonald58 New Member

    alright guys after going to best buy and testing out speakers for my moms car. i pressed the amplifier button to add an alpine amp to the speakers. the sound difference was amazing. im thinking of a four channel amp with a shallow mount sub in and amping my kicker speakers since my kenwoods suck. im looking at this sub and using this amp. or using a loaded enclosure from best buy i am also considering only using a mono sub amplifier what do you guys think? mono or 4 channel with the kickers amped? thanks a lot for any help.
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  3. alpine_earthquakes

    alpine_earthquakes New Member

    Use a mono amp for your sub, for door speakers use a 2 or 4 channel
    Amp, depending on how many speakers your amping.
    also, adding an equalizer to your speakers may also help.
    Infinity, and Alpine make great amps, MTX, or Sound storm, make good amps for budget buyers
    Stay away from companys such as Pyle, and Crunch (crunch is greatly underpowered)
  4. DPG3

    DPG3 Member

    class d wont over heat on you
  5. Scrambler82

    Scrambler82 Old Guy User

    What have you done on this ?
    Did you get a new Stereo ?
  6. OP

    mcdonald58 New Member

    Not yet I'm going to buy a radio that has the pandora feature then get the powered sound ordnance sub eventually.
  7. Scrambler82

    Scrambler82 Old Guy User

    Is there anyway, before buying that is, to really know what is and what isn’t a good amp/shallow sub setup ?
  8. alpine_earthquakes

    alpine_earthquakes New Member

    Not really. The look at the specs if the sub and amp, RMS frequency capability etc, other than that, read customer reviews.

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