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2 15" subs with 150w each or 1 15" sub with 300W

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Need to change up the trunk and i have 300w for the sub. 150w 2 channels or 300w mono. I have 2 15" subs so nothing needs to be purchased just working with what i have.

not sure which way to go.
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Yes, please list all the information you can.

Sub model(s) {hopefully they are identical subs}, amplifier model, vehicle this is going into, music preference, end goal, etc etc.

Depending on power handling and power able to "really" be produced, running just one of them in a ported enclosure to proper specs has the ability to produce as much as both in a sealed enclosure, all while taking up similar or less cargo space. However, running ported requires the use of a infrasonic/subsonic filter, very low tuning, opting to not play music with audio recorded below the tuning, or running the setup at half or less rated power.
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