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Old 4th July 2004, 10:09 AM   #1
chanvr6 is offline chanvr6  United Kingdom
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hello

I need some help on how to amplify my whole system with any amp that you suggest, i'm new to this stuff. I've got 4 speakers in the front ( 2 coax and 2 tweeters) and in the back I've got 2 6*9's and a sub. how can I power this and what should i use?
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