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Your amp is 2300W RMS @ 1-ohm, 1800W RMS @ 2-ohms.
The SPLW is 1000W RMS, DVC-1-ohm.
Subs are not 1-ohm stable - they just are whatever impedance they are made with.
Two of the SPLW's wired to that amp at 1-ohm final should match well, but I can't promise you WON"T break any windows. You might also need to upgrade your electrical system to handle it.
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They're dual 1-ohm speakers. Check specks on the sub.
You're gonna need a lot of tweeters....and lot's of power...and some ear plugs.
FL Finest:This SPLW-12 is specifically 1ohm stable just like the amp (Check the specs on the sub)
I repeat - subs are not 1-ohm stable - the concept does not make sense - if the company is claiming that on their marketing, they are trying to mislead you and I would buy elsewhere b/c of it.
The SPLW-12 is a DVC-1-ohm sub.
That means that a single sub can be wired at either 0.5-ohms or 2.0 ohms.
A pair of subs can be wired at either 0.25-ohms, 1.0-ohms, or 4.0-ohms.
It is stable at any of those ratings by definition b/c it can ONLY be wired at those ratings - however, it is a 1000W sub, so if you hook it up to an amp that is 2000W@2-ohms and wire it at 2-ohms you will still likely blow the sub from thermal overload, not instability.
Now amplifiers on the other hand might or might not be stable at 1-ohm or might only be stable at 1-ohm up to a certain limit.
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