Run it bridge not from 2 different source. You will screw up the coils since they will be vibrating at a slightly different frequency. Get the amazon one that can bridge 200w.
I have a pioneer one that is a 4/3 channel amp. 800w total 75w rms x4 @ 4ohm, and bridgable 200w @4ohm. Since the subwoofer is 2ohm you can use the 4ohm and wire it a certain way so that it has the same impedance
i just dont know anything about subwoofers for cars and it makes novices like me difficult to try anything.
It took me 2 mins looking at amazon to figure out what else you would need. This is a decent sub, but this is just a speaker nothing more. If you are just beginning you are going to need a box(case) to put it and a amp to power it and some wires to hook it unless you have a friend or are going to pay someone to install it for you.
So look into at least a ~$200 investment and that's not including installation and headaches. I am pretty much in the same boat as you a major novice. Personally I think i will wait for a deal with a box or something. This to me at most would be a novelty so I really don't want to spend a lot of money.
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