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I mean yes you could. But your amp does not put out a cotinuos power. It will vary greatly. Your ohm load varies greatly also. I haven't looked at the specs of your subs but I'm assuming 250 is rms and not max. You are either clipping or its newness/dirty Ness of subs. You are not overpowering them. What kind of music are you playing? I believe dirty music can have I'll effects on your subs.

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Sub specs

CEA-2031 Compliant: CEA-2031 Guidelines

Size: 12"

Nominal Impedance: Dual 2-Ohm

Power Handling (Watts RMS): 250 Watts RMS

500 Watts Max

Voice Coil Diameter: 2" (51mm)

Magnet Weight (oz): 47.7 oz. (1.35 kg)

Speaker Connector: Dual 12 AWG compression

Fs (Hz): 34.6

Re (Ohms): 3.80

Le (mH): 3.9

Qms: 8.29

Qes: 0.62

Qts: 0.58

Vas (Liters): 66.4

Sd (cm2): 539.1

SPL (dB @ 1w/1m): 88.7

Xmax (mm): 6.5

Woofer Displacement (in): 0.046 cu.ft. (1.3 Liters)

Cutout Diameter (in): 11.25 in. (285 mm)

Mounting Depth (in): 5.067 in. (128.7 mm)

Shipping Weight: 9.9 Lbs. (4.49 kg)


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