About a month ago i bought 2 rockford fosgate 10's and i was wondering what amp would be good for them?

right now i have a insignia 1000 watt powering them, but they just dont seem to be hitting as hard as they could.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    If you give me the exact model of subwoofers that you bought, then I'll recommend you the perfect amplifier.

    Edit:

    It looks like you have 2 150 watt RMS subwoofers. Both subwoofers are rated a 4 ohms. What you want to do is run those subwoofers in parallel, which will create a 2 ohm impedance. And once you are at a 2 ohm impedance, you want to use a mono channel amplifier since mono channel amplifiers are stable at a 2 ohm impedance. More information about that can be found here:

    http://www.dominantcaraudio.com/wiring_speakers/

    And since both subwoofers are are 150 watts RMS, you want to get an amplifier that is rated DOUBLE that since you have 2 subwoofers. So a 300 watt, mono channel amplifier will work great as long as you wire the subwoofers in parallel. I would recommend buying either of the following subs:

    http://www.dominantcaraudio.com/store-products-155...

    http://www.dominantcaraudio.com/store-products-185...

    Good luck! Please ask if you are still confused about anything.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    go to stereo shop and ask for the equivelant to a rockford fosgate punch150.....they dont make them anymore but they make one close and it will thump a pair of tens nicely when hooked up mono

  • 1 decade ago

    match the rms wattage of the subs, and stick with a rockfort fosgate amplifier!!!

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