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4 of these bad boys:

Polk Audio Polk MOMO db6500
Overall Frequency Response 40Hz-22KHz
Nominal Impedance 4 ohms
Power Handling (continuous) 100 w
Power Handling (peak) 300 w
Efficiency 92 dB

(more info here: http://www.polkaudio.com/car/p...b6500 )
Run by this amp:

LEGACY 1200 Watt High Performance 4 Channel Full MOSEFT Amplifier
4 Channel Amplification
4 x 300 Watts output
2 x 600 Watts Bridged Output
1200 Watts Total Output
Polished Chrome Finish w/Plexiglass Panel
Fully Adjustable Electronic Crossover Network
Bass Boost (0-+1808 @ 60Hz)
Soft Turn On/Off Circuit
Fan Cooling System
Left & Right Power Meters
2 Ohm Stereo Stable
Bridgeable Into 4 Ohm
Moseft PWM Power Supplies
Variable Gain Control
Remote Turn On/Off
Hi/Low Level Inputs
Power On LED Indicator
LED Protection Indicator
Dimensions: 11"W x 2.4"D x 17"H
2 Years Manufacturer Warranty Parts and Labor

Would the amp be enough?
Is it a decent quality AMP?
Do you recommend something else that is *reasonably priced* ?

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Re: (jettafanatic)

How about this amp:
Power Acoustik LT960/4

Diamond Cut Heatsink with Powder-Coated Insets
Blue Backlit End Panels and Top Controls
PWM Mosfet Power Supply
Variable 30-500 Hz Low-Pass Crossovers
Variable 50-500 Hz High-Pass Crossovers
Top Mounted Controls with Removable Clear Cover
Variable 60-200 Hz Subsonic Filters
Variable 24 dB Bass Boosts
Tri-Mode Capable
2-Ohm Stereo / 4-Ohm Mono Stable
3-Way Protection Circuit
Gold-Plated Input Terminals
2-Channel / 4-Channel Input Switch
4 Gauge Power and Ground Connections
RCA Outputs

Multi-Channel Amp Specifications

Amplifier Type: Multi-Channel
RMS Power: 100W x 4
Bridged RMS Power: 250W x 2
THD at Rated RMS Power: 0.02 %
Speaker Level Inputs: No
Preamp Outputs: Yes
Built-In Crossovers: HP/LP
Bass Boost: 0 - 24 dB
Frequency Response: 10-30,000 Hz
Channel Separation: n/a
Signal to Noise Ratio: 98 dB
It does not menation peak Watts, but I guess 100 W RMS per channel would be "perfect" for the speakers (since they mention 100 Watts mean)?
Sorry for all the questions, but while my forte is engine s/ tuning, I understand nothing of electronics / audio.
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