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 noob lookin for amp to match existing subs

I've already got 2 10" kicker dc10's in a box, RMS 300W, 4 Ohms.  I'm looking for a good amp that will match the subs well and push them effectively.  Honestly, I have basic car stereo know-how and just want something to make a little thump in my car.  Thanks for the help.

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just about any big decent 2 channel amp with LPF should push them well or even a bridged 4 channel. all depends on budget...

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I figure I could spend another 100-200 on the amp, but i understand what your saying. It's just a basic setup, nothin too fancy.

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you should ask Sic if he could set you up with a nice 2 channel or mono amp within your budget. He's an amp and sub dealer and can get you a good deal.

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