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got two very old (~1998) mtx thunder 5000 12" 4 ohm svc subs in a sealed box, but good enough to keep to save money. my old school (~1998) mtx2300 amp finally dumped on me - man i loved that amp. what will give me the tightest, most accurate bass? i've read (not personally heard) that driving them with a class d monoblock at 2 0hms can be "sloppy" sounding at times, but again, not from first hand experience. so, would bridging a class d like the eclipse xa4200 (400 rms/ch) at 4 ohms be similar to running an a/b class amp like i had, or akin to running monoblock (d class), or virtually indistinguishable from either? i would like the effeciency of class d but don't want to sacrifice any tight bass response because of it. thanks for any experienced input.