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    Re: Pc car audio setup

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    Orange;53166]How many RMS amps per channel are you pushing?
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    4 x 60 Watts @ 4 ohms
    4 x 95 Watts @ 2 ohms
    2 x 190 Watts @ 4 ohms Bridged


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    Re: Pc car audio setup

    Remember that Polk MMs are not 4 Ohm speakers. They’re more like 2.7 Ohms and rated for 100W RMS. Your amp sounds perfect for them but be careful about the gain.
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    Re: Pc car audio setup

    So , I have to setup the amp at 4 x 95 watts @ 2 ohms


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    Re: Pc car audio setup

    I was looking up specs for the new speakers but actually, I think our last generation MMs were 75W RMS at 2.7 Ohms. You’d want to power your speakers close to their rated RMS spec and since you can’t switch Ohms on the amp itself, I’d just adjust the gain down a little bit. Never run it at max.
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    Re: Pc car audio setup

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent[emoji1282
    Orange;53176]I was looking up specs for the new speakers but actually, I think our last generation MMs were 75W RMS at 2.7 Ohms. Youd want to power your speakers close to their rated RMS spec and since you cant switch Ohms on the amp itself, Id just adjust the gain down a little bit. Never run it at max.
    Thanks for the info, regarding the speaker ohms. ✌️


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