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    looking for the forum opinions

    Hi , im buildng a little system i drive a 2001 jetta with an Alpine INAW900 with parrot bluetooth oem mids and highs ( im changing these with Boston Acoustics RX67 for the rear and a set of Alpine SXE-1750S Type-E i have a Hafler MAQ 104 1 octave EQ now the part im concern with i have a SS 590.2 Autotek amp a Crunch 400W 2 channel amp but i just came across a rockford forgate power 300 .

    what would you think is the best option drive all with just the rockford ?

    have the rockford for mids and the autotek for the sub?

    thanks in advance for the opinions

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    Re: looking for the forum opinions

    Quote Originally Posted by blasito1973 View Post
    Hi ,

    have the rockford for mids and the autotek for the sub?

    thanks in advance for the opinions
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    Re: looking for the forum opinions

    I would run the Alpines up front off two channels of the Power 300, then bridge the other two channels to run the sub. Ditch the Bostons in rear, unless you always have passengers back there.

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