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Old 22nd February 2008, 11:17 PM   #1
MaXx075 is offline MaXx075  United States
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K, before i ask my question, Ill give you a little info on the problem. I have a creative I trigue 3400 computer speaker sound system, which has a 6.5 sub that runs at like 23-24 RMS. I also have a 10' Sony Xplod subwoofer wired up to this, but it runs at like 230 RMS.
Noe my question,, is there any way that i could get more watts goin to the Sony Xplod? would i need an amp, and if i do what kind?
Thanks, Max
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