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Here is a link to my subs im gonna run two of them.

http://www.crutchfield.com/p_575P1S415/Rockford-Fosgate-P1S415.html

So im new to this whole thing first car ;) So since im running dual sub woofers im gonna need a 2 channel amp? right?

If some body could link me to a couple of amps on Crutch Field that would do the trick that be great wanna make sure all the sub ratings match up! Also will I need a capacitor? Link to one of those to please!

Thanks in advance!
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A 15" sub that only handles 200 watts RMs. that's strange. A capacitor depends on how it affects your electrical system AFTER you install - if it's making your headlights dim, you may want to try one - I have one and my headlights still dim out, but not as bad. You can use a 2 channel amp, or a 1 channel if you want, and put a different ohm load. It also depends on how many voice coils each of those subs has, I didn't look at it very closely.



 

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When and if you buy, onlinecarstereo.com is a great place to go. They have great prices and all the people I know that have purchased from them had no problems.

You could easily find a better sub than that though for the money. You would be better off with two 12" subs.
 

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p1's are the bottom of the line rockford subs. If you do chose to go with them, make sure the sealed box is the right size, and I would reccomend a 500rms amp at 2 ohms stable. A kenwood or alpine will do fine. @channel or mono, doesnt matter. If it's a 2 channel you will just be bridging it anyway.
 

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that obviously changes the ohm load, and the amp has to be the ohm stable you are wireing it. You cant for instance use 2 dual 4 ohm voice coil subs bridged down and then also bridged on the amp if it's not 1 ohm stable.
 

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go to the company web site and look it up. There may also be more info on the magnet. Remember to much power, or to little can blow a sub.
 

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if we ever meet up at a meet or something, and I have access to a computer, I'll look at them and fugure it out.
 
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