My 9104D makes 500w @ 2ohms on paper and is fused at 40a.I'd tell you look for a used kenwood 9103D or 9104 9105 or deal on a new one. They are 900rms and fan cooled, and pretty cheap. They should make about that power. Its the cheapest amp I know what you are getting, lol.
Dual 2-ohm or single 2-ohm, never really remember any single 2-ohm woofers. For 200 bucks you will have to buy a used amplifier and trust me you can get a very decent one for that price. Even for 100 bucks you can get a decent one just has to be USED not new.ok what about $200 for a buget? also how should i hook up my subs there 2ohm should i hook up parallel or series?
For ~$200, and quality over quantity-ok what about $200 for a buget? also how should i hook up my subs there 2ohm should i hook up parallel or series?
it will depend on the subs and what your amplifier will support.the wiring is shows to do is either one of these i just dont know if i should do the left or right one?
True, only final loads he will accomplish by having two dual 2-ohms are: 0.5, 2 and/or 8 ohm loads.it will depend on the subs and what your amplifier will support.
if you get a basic mono amp that is 1 ohm stable, then get dual 4 ohm subs or 2ohm single coil subs and run them all parallel (left pic) this will give you a 1 ohm load.
Agreed, I would save the money and get a better amp. I have not ran a sub in months since the amp I want, Adcom 4702, is near impossible to find.For ~$200, and quality over quantity-
JL Audio Slash v2 Series 250/1v2 Mono subwoofer amplifier 250 watts RMS x 1 at 2 ohms at Crutchfield.com