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 Opinion needed: 12” Alpine Type R with JBL GTO301.1

Another question: how would 12 inch Alpine Type R sub (dual 4ohm) match with JBL GTO301.1 amp (294W RMS @ 2ohm)?

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This depends on what model year the sub is. if it is the 2004 and earlier that take 300rms it would push it fine but if it is the 2005 model they take 500rms and you need to find an amp with a little more power. (the 2004 have a plain surround and the 2005 have a ribbed surround)

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It's a 2004 Type R. So there is no need for expensive digital Alpine amps? (a local Alpine dealer said that I should use MRD-M300 which is almost twice as expensive)

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there is no need to the JBL amps are very good quality all that digital alpine stuff is not necessary it is even sometimes tricky to get right.

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I'm also thinking about cheaper solution: JBL GT120 sub (SVC 4ohm, 250W RMS) with some of JBL amps. I can choose between GTO301.1 (200W @ 4ohm or 294W @ 2ohm) and GTO75.2 (290W @ 4ohm, bridged). Which one do you think is a better choice?

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