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like most lower end subs that say the are 4 ohms they aren't always 4 ohms. I bought 2 used as a cheap replacement and they hit awesome. when I put multimeter on them they both read 3.2 and 3.1 ohms. so if ur amp is only 2 ohm stable it will clip the subs at 1.6 ohms. the amp I have is an spl non mono 2ch amp, 2 ohm stable on each channel and each sub gets about 350 rms at 3 ohms. great sub. mine have bin beaten hard, fallin over, kicked and they still pound hard. also hits the lows very well. wouldn't power it at 400 unless u have a box to spec jst like it should be in. great subs will def. buy again. got two in a box for 50 bux and they really impressed me. ive had jbls and alpines and kickers but sometimes a cheap well made product can surprize you! also this gen is way better then the new generation that don't hit lowes. these go down to 25 unlike the new ones that only go down to 38. if u can find these buy them
Pros: hit lows well. durable if not clipped cheap and look cool especially inverted
Cons: They Are 3 OHMS Not 4 So If U Blew It U Probly Clipped It. should be labelled at 3 ohms!. also a sony 380rms bridged amp is not a quality amp, dirty power and can only handle 4 ohms bridged. it wasn't the sub it was how u wired it and gave it dirty power lol.