Absolutely, so far the mael doesn't even seem to break a sweat. It can take a lot of power.
You do have to be careful. Any driver can fail given the right circumstances. Sustained high power content near the tuning frequency of the PRs is one of the biggest dangers because the power dissipated across the coil is huge if you are pumping a couple KW into it and the driver's ability to dissipate that heat is greatly diminished when the driver isn't pumping.Absolutely, so far the mael doesn't even seem to break a sweat. It can take a lot of power.
Thanks for the link,I did decide go with the speakon connections. I honestly was boggled for a couple of weeks over how to wire it, for some reason it just seemed greek to me. I got the 4 pole connector. Basically if you are going to wire the sub bridged to an amp, go with 4 pole and if you are just using a single channel use 2 pole. My speakon has 2 + and 2 - for wiring with screws to clamp down the speaker cable. I have my maelstrom wired in series so I have one of the positives on the mael to one of the positives on the speakon and then I have that negative and the other positive wired to each other with the final negative wired to the other positive on the speakon. It sounds kind of weird I guess.
Here is a link...maybe it will explain it a bit better. I'm using a crown amp btw.