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Old 10th January 2005, 07:00 AM   #1
bigwig is offline bigwig  Canada
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Default 12"Pioneer 400W subwoofer with a RF Punch 360.2 amp?

I'm new to car audio so I just want to check with people that know what they're doing before I go and do something stupid.

I bought a 12" Pioneer TS-W305C subwoofer rated at 400 watts nominal power and 800watts max power. Now I need an amp and I'm looking at the Rockford Fosgate Punch 360.2 which puts out 360watts RMS at 4 ohms when bridged.
Is this a good setup or should I look for a different amp with higher/lower wattages?
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Old 11th January 2005, 05:42 PM   #2
maylar is offline maylar  United States
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Sounds like a good match.
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