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    Default An Ideal amp for 2 JL W6's?

    I have an old school fosgate bp1000 running them now. They're underpowered but still sound decent. What are your suggestions? Are there any affordable options?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdog View Post
    I have an old school fosgate bp1000 running them now. They're underpowered but still sound decent. What are your suggestions? Are there any affordable options?

    Thanks
    The JL 1000/1 works great for the W6's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RvRrat View Post
    The JL 1000/1 works great for the W6's.

    That's what I was thinking.... I have the JL 450 4 running 3 sets of 6.5's.

    I noticed JL has done a redesign on their amps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdog View Post
    That's what I was thinking.... I have the JL 450 4 running 3 sets of 6.5's.

    I noticed JL has done a redesign on their amps...
    Someone said the new Pioneer digital's work great and they're stackable. So far I like the 1000/1. Wish I had room in the boat for the 13.5" W7's, but thats a whole different ball game.

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    http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PU...s/PRS-D1200SPL


    WOW! These look pretty cool and the warranty is for 2 years. Are these any good???


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    JL 1000/1 or PDX 1000.1 I have the JL 1000/1 for my w6's (12's) but the 4.150 PDX for the highs and they both work great..

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    i have an 1800watt kenwood pushing my 10w6v2's and they thump pretty good.

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