So, you'll want to deal with continuous power ratings. First of all, decide how you want to wire it up, but with two DVC 8-Ohm subwoofers, you'll want to wire all 4 coils in parallel, which unless I'm having a brain fart, will give you a 2 Ohm load. Looking at Crutchfield's diagrams, it backs me up: http://www.crutchfield.com/S-zXjp...iring.html http://a248.e.akamai.net/pix.crut...w-imp.jpg3
Since your subwoofers are 8 Ohm instead of 4 Ohm, the load at the amplifier will also be doubled, to 2 Ohms, which is nice because you want either a 2 Ohm or 4 Ohm load at the amplifier. Look for something that has about 550W RMS power at 2 Ohms, and you'll be fine. If you find a great deal on a cheaper amp that's "only" 500W, you won't even notice a difference.
You can get the Sony Xplōd™ XM-ZZR3301 for 127 on ebay with free shipping 600 watts or 199 on cruthfield
The problem with ebay is you have to be careful about gray market gear. What a lot of places do is get the items illicitly, and then scratch off the serials before selling them to you. So, if you ever want factory repair or RMA work done, you're SOL.
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