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Mixing brand names of subs?

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Old 06-02-2007, 08:19 AM
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Default RE: Mixing brand names of subs?

There is no problem with connecting a different brand sub to a different brand amp. As long as the sub is rated to handle the output of your amp.

As for running two different brand of subs, as long as each sub is in its own separate chamber and the are the same resistance there shouldn't be a problem. If they are of different sizes, then one sub will drown out the other at different frequencies.
 
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