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    gm-x314

    Does anyone know if this is a good amp? I'll be using it to push two Pioneer 6x9's for now, possibly a pair of 10" subs later if it will perform. I know it's 30wx4 rms, bridgeable.



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    Re: gm-x314

    30x4 brigded would be like 100x2 so it would be good to push pioneers subs as long as they(the subs) are not rated at more than 200w rms.

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    Re: gm-x314

    What is the brand of the amp ? You can get a nice quality name brand amp
    like mcintosh That's rated for 50 watts rms x 2 And that would push 2 10's
    rated at 100 watts rms easily, and sound nice. You can run some off brand amp like pyramid that's rated for 300 watts rms x 2 And it would not sound as good as the lower powered mcintosh. Im talking SQ, If you just want loud go for the cheap pyramid. 30 x 4 bridged would be more than enough to power
    6x9's.

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    Re: gm-x314

    well, I believe it was a Pioneer. Can't remember for sure since the auction ended some time ago....

    I would prefer clarity over volume, just to be clear. I would like to be able to hear the bass at lower volumes, so I'm not getting distortion on my other speakers.

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