my rockford PBR300x2 is 190+w x 2 @ 2ohm
but it's random, my second one is rate 10w per channel lower - and still over runs a set of HAT 250w max speakers in the lids
I use a 86Hz crossover point, for the front, just a shade above the first line on the dial, and a gain of about 5.5
run 4 speakers from those 2 channels, and initially blew all 4 speakers within a year, & added lids so I wouldn't drive the front 4 speakers so hard, it worked, but one amp will rock the house, and drive 4 speakers easily
rockford 2 channel is the only "non-motorcycle specific" brand I would recommend
soundstream, will save you $20, but then your stuck with issues from fitment to noise abatement to tuning and remote capabilities
beyond that hawg wired
aside from the variable crossovers, the rockford PBR300x2 has a PEQ which is much quicker and instant for making sound adjustments while riding v. menus
since most of your dynamic sound comes from bass strikes, always find a speaker that are at least 250w max, and timber and output matched if plan on pairing them in series or parallel.
I prefer parallel
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