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Hi-

I just upgraded my 2012 370z Bose system.

I did the fronts with Rockford Fosgate Punch T2s components powered by Fosgate Punch 300-2 thru an Audio Control LC6i. I have an EQ console mounted for the fronts.

I thought I could live with the Bose "subwoofer" (I'm being kind here.). I can't.

I am building a MDF spare tire stealth enclosure with a Pioneer 10" shallow mount (SW2501).

Question(s): Should I upgrade the amp to a RF 400-4 or 500-4 and bridge the rears for the new subwoofer (which one do you recommend?) OR do I keep what I have and add a separate mono amp for the sub? I plan on disconnecting the rear fill Bose speakers.

What are the pros/cons of both approaches? (BTW, the dealer will give me full credit for the RF amp he just installed.)

Thanks in advance.
 

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i would do mono amp for sub. i had a 200x2 rockford punch amp powering two 12s on a heavy duty amp 136alt amp and my lights dimmed

class d is just so much better. i ran two smaller watt class a/b amps and 1200 watt class d on that same vehicle np
 
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