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 I need help choosing an amp for 4 Pioneer TSW302R subs.

 I have 4 pioneer TSW302R subswoofers that are 4 Ohms and 150 watts RMS and 800 watts peak. I need an amp for these subs. I have a BOSS 3200 watt 4 channel amplifier. This amp can produce 3200 watts max (800 wattsx4 @ 2 Ohms) and 1600 watts max (400 wattsx4 @ 4 Ohms) but it only produces 320 watts RMS (80Wattsx4 @4 Ohms, but I was wondering if I could hook up 4 Pioneer TS-W3025 subwoofers to this amp. Someone recommended that I should buy a Crunch P1400.4 amp instead which is 4 channels and RMS Power Rating:
4 ohms: 175 watts x 4 chan.
2 ohms: 350 watts x 4 chan.
Bridged, 4 ohms: 700 watts x 2 chan.
Which of these would be better to power these 4 subs. If you think there is another amp that would be better let me know.

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I would say the Rockford Fosgate P500-1bd would be a good solid amp for those. Also the MMatts D800.1,  the Memphis 16-PRD500.1. They are all really good amps and very powerful for bieng so small and are all 1ohm stable

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A 4 ch isn't the best way to go for four 4 ohm subs.

As SR suggested, a mono amp that's around 600w at 1 ohm would work well.

Or a big 2 ch that will do around 300x2 at 2 ohms would get it done too.

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