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900-1100 watts x 2 at 4ohms or 2000w @ 8ohm bridged (true tested or company known for meeting or beating specs). Subwoofer capable with full output down to 10hz or below?
 

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OP asked for 2000 watts @ 8 ohms mono not a 1000 watts amp, a bery will give you 2000 at 4 ohms mono.
I would suggest something like a Crown CE4000 will give you 2400 watts @ 8 ohms mono, this amp have been proven many time to be great.
 

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What is your budget?
 

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What is your budget?
Thats is what I am trying to determine.

I have an ep2500 but messed up on ordereing the voice coils on my woofers and have dual 2 which cant be wired to 2 ohm, I can make them 4 or chain them to 8. I can only get 600-650w for each from the ep (as tested out on avs). I could get another EP but would just as soon get somethign that handles both subs at 900-1000w and let the ep handle my mains.
 

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Thanks man... I am trying to figure out what I need to spend so I really dont know budget. I will spend what it takes BUT will have to wait longer if it costs more.
 
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