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Old 03-14-2006, 09:03 PM   #11
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thanks that really helps, i was also thinkin of the one RF he2 that i do have, I wanted to hide it somewhere under my front seat or close to the seat, but my seats are powered and have a bunch of motors under them,so that idea is kinda shot.
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Profile California Jam Specs: http://www.crutchfield.com/*-jyKXpJw...9J4004&o=P&a=0

I would use this amp to power up your fronts and rears.

RF Power 800.2 Specs: http://www.crutchfield.com/*-Xj6uqp2...sp?i=575G18002
I would use this amp to power up the infinity'*

Kenwood kac 7202 Specs: http://www.crutchfield.com/*-sMRUgId...p?i=113KAC7202
I would keep this as a spare.

Infinity Kappa Perfect Specs: http://www.crutchfield.com/*-zOWvCZf...ppa+perfect+12

Depends on which model you have. if you have the single Voice Coil you can use the RF 800.2 to hit em with 200 Watts a piece in 4 Ohm mode. If you have the dual 4 ohm you can wire them parallel (@ 2 Ohm Mode) to hit em with 400 watts a piece.
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man thats crazy sick informaton, thanks abunch!
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I love the sound of infinity speakers. they sound good and have really good warranties because on the perfects when I got them, they came with a 3 year warranty and they sound awesome. I also have perfect components and they are sharp and clean. They are good for the money and I have been very happy with them.
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I hope your not going to pay $180 for one. If you are step up to something like a JL Audio 12w3v2.
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