I've got questions and need some help. I'm a newbie, and don't have much experience. Here's what I'm running now in my 05' Dodge ram 4X4 quad cab:
KENWOOD KDC-X996 HU
Tru SSLD6 Line driver
Rainbow Vanadium CS230 5 1/4" components front door, not running anything in the rear doors
Boston G310-44 sub in custom .75 CF enclosure
Tru S45 in 3 channel mode, rated at 90W X 2 to the rainbows, and 250W to the sub.
Here's my problem, my components are so loud and crisp with my S45 and SSLD6 that my sub can't keep up, I mainly listen to Hip Hop, but still feel the need to crank some AC/DC. I'm looking for recommendations on a new mono block sub amp.
I have not upgraded my electrical system, and I don't want to go that deep into my system right now. I'm always deployed and barely get to listen to my system as it is. I'm in Okinawa right now, and my truck is on Guam not getting listened to.
Anyway, I'd like to push that Boston to the limits, so I'm looking for a good monoblock sub amp that's pushing close to 1000W. The specs for the boston are 500W RMS and 1000W max. Since I've already got a Tru, I'd like to stick with something a little more high end. Any recommendations from you guys?
I have my eye on an Audison Lrx 1.1 and also a couple different ARC Audio mono's, or what do you guys think of running something in bridged mode?
I'v also looked at some DC Audio stuff, but they all seem to be a little to much power. Let me know if any of these amps are a good choice, or if I'm being an idiot. Any help is much appreciated, thanks.