ORION HCCA 150R
if I remember right, it was rated 25x2 but did like 100x2 and 600x1
I can't find specs on it. Is it a 2 channel bridgeable amp?
Sounds like you can either run 2 channels or a sub from it.
BUT if you don't mind fader function, you can still hook up front and rear (or 2 mids and 2 tweeters) and retain balance functionality (fader can still be achieved via a PAC LC-1 or similar RCA level control (at $12.50 brand new on ebay, I don't see a need to investigate anything else though)
"6.5" is a general term.
It depends what you mean though, and if that amp is 2 ohm stable (or 1 ohm)
If 2 ohm stable, you can get 4x 4 ohm drivers (any combination) and wire 2 drivers into a 2 ohm load for each channel.
For components, it depends on the the crossover's ohm load (I've only used one cheap pair of cadence components and run an electronic crossover (separate setups) so I have no idea how those boxes that come with comp sets work). If the box is wired for a 4 ohm load, then you can easily run 4 comp sets safely (assuming the amp is 2 ohm stable on each channel)
Are you planning on running tweeters? electronic crossover? 2-ways?
"15 mojo" is also very general. (well kinda) if it's the Memphis 15-M3MOJO15 which is 1k rms, then that 600w rms output (claimed output of that thread), then it should power it fine (I do not know what that sub can actually take as far as clean RMS power, I'm just going by the ratings. if it can take 1200-1500 rms, then no, I would not use a 600w rms output amplifier for that sub.
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