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im running my two rev 1 sa-12's (rated 600 rms each) on 2500 watts . but a SAE1500 would be just fine. i would use an SAE2000 but wouldnt recommend it to anyone without saying there is some risk involved. 

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29 minutes ago, strangeduck said:

im running my two rev 1 sa-12's (rated 600 rms each) on 2500 watts . but a SAE1500 would be just fine. i would use an SAE2000 but wouldnt recommend it to anyone without saying there is some risk involved. 

So your using a 2500 amp 1250 to each 600 watt sub . But I have rev 3 15's in a sealed box and shouldn't go over 1k per sub? Sounds kinda weak. Idk

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im saying run whatever ytou want, put them on a 7k for all i care. im giving you sound advice not what i would do. ive ran a pair of 250 watt 8" subbs on a 2500. would i suggest someone else do that? no.

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15 minutes ago, CstrokerV said:

the sam-3000 just watch your gain and have your nose and ears focused..... if you don't want to then the 1500

 

 

good luck smelling coils in sealed box. 

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Just now, CstrokerV said:

ohhhhhh yay i forgot that part lol...... sealed boxes don't always register in my head lol

lol, its fine. the OP asked for help and then was like "you didnt give the advice i wanted" insert spongebob pepega meme

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6 minutes ago, strangeduck said:

lol, its fine. the OP asked for help and then was like "you didnt give the advice i wanted" insert spongebob pepega meme

still for the price of the sam... id get that... id get one but saving for the new damore t300.2 and then the 600 lol

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