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    what kind of amp does it take to run this sub? i have a 300watt phoenix gold 2 channel amp, if i bridge it, will this amp be enough to power this sub adequately?

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    your amp will work fine with the version #1 "12W6" sub. that is the perfect amount of power your sub needs.
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    I doubt it would work with your present setup man..

    You also have the speakers hooked up to your amp.
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    well, i am going a new direction...
    i just bought some jl vr series rear speakers and jl audio 300/4 amp, i just want the phoenix gold amp to power the sub if i buy that sub

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    what about a jl 10w3 sub? my phoenix gold amp should be fine right?

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    It'll be fine with any size sub, as long as you have the amp dedicated to the sub - if you have the speakers and sub off of one amp, its gonna be a hard to get the full potential of the sub.
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