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Hey guys...just joined the site. Here's my dilemma. I have a 91 camaro with Diamond Audio M6 components in the front, M6 6x9's in the back, and two M6 12"subs. I have 2 amps to choose from either the Diamond Audio D7104 or D7056...i don't know which one would work better for my system, so if anyone has any suggestions, Thanks. I know i can't run the entire system very efficiently with just one amp, so i am going to buy a second smaller amp to just run the subs.

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If you are going to add the amp for the subs, I'd get the 7104 or a 2 channel. Why spend the bucks on a 6 channel when you only need a 4 or 2 channel. Personally, I'd run the fronts off a 2 channel like the 7152, run the rears off your HU given it's only for fill and then use something like the 7401 or 7402 depending on which model D6 you have and how much power you want. I'd give them 400-600 watts each.

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