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 2 channel or 4 channel

My system consists of an Alpine cda7894 head unit with 27W RMS per channel, 5.25 Polks in the rear, Infinity Kappa 6.5" component speakers in front, and a Bazooka 10" powered sub. It's loud and it sounds great but sometimes I do like it VERY loud and hit the distortion level on the head unit. I'm thinking of adding an 80W amp and I have my eye on the Alpine V12 series. Can I get away with a 2 ch for the front and let the head unit run the rear. Will the difference in power between the front and rear unbalance the sound. I use the rear channels only to fill out the sound so the fader on the head unit is usually set far forward. Any suggestions?

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 RE: 2 channel or 4 channel

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Originally posted on 12-23-2002 by loud
My system consists of an Alpine cda7894 head unit with 27W RMS per channel, 5.25 Polks in the rear, Infinity Kappa 6.5" component speakers in front, and a Bazooka 10" powered sub. It's loud and it sounds great but sometimes I do like it VERY loud and hit the distortion level on the head unit. I'm thinking of adding an 80W amp and I have my eye on the Alpine V12 series. Can I get away with a 2 ch for the front and let the head unit run the rear. Will the difference in power between the front and rear unbalance the sound. I use the rear channels only to fill out the sound so the fader on the head unit is usually set far forward. Any suggestions?

i have the perfect amp for your problem it is an mtx 4200x thunder amp 4 channel wich they are seperate from each other its really cheap and new never used but its like 3 to 4 years old let me know jerry16407@stargate.net or you may also look at our web site http://www.jlcaudio.com

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