Originally Posted by HighRollerII
whats the RMS on the subs..whatever that is take bout half..
example-RMS 600 ideal 300 watts
Ok.... no, sorry to say, you are wrong!
RMS is the Constant feed, then you have TOTAL WATTS. TOTAL watts are for BRIEF instances! NEVER EXCEED TOTAL WATTS! RMS on the amp should match up with + or - 10% of the RMS rating of the sub. That JL would take that 600 and keep tickin... You are good to go!
P.S. I spent two years working in an Audio Shop In Dallas, TX so, I kinda know what I am talking about here.