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Old 12-27-2005, 01:38 AM   #21
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ok so i got both subs for christmas and i wired one into my amp in series so it has a 2ohm load on the amp. It sounds great, however with the power **** on the amp turned up to only half and when i turn the volume up on the HU the overload light flickers on the amp when the song hits hard. I don't leave it on loud volumes for a long period of time so i dont think this is a problem. However i have another sub sitting in my room and i know i wont be able to run it off my current amp. So i've been looking for amps and found a Power Acoustik PS-820 that can run 2 subs at 2ohms with 230 RMS. I found it at for $115 and $85 at Is this a good buy? I couldn't really find any reviews and i think power acoustik is a reliable brand, i was just wondering why so cheap?
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I've heard some of there products at car shows and not bad. Dont know which specific amps they were running, but that definetly sounds like a good deal.
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the power acoustik audio and video stuff I have running sounds/looks good. I say go for it.
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