so im gonna put some subs in my mk4 gti...

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Asked by May 25, 2010 at 02:39 PM about the Volkswagen GTI

Question type: Car Customization

should i get 2-10" type R's or 1- 12" type R, and whats a good recomended amp for it

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I had two 12" Type Rs in my GTP powered by an MTX thunder amp.. Very strong and smooth bass.. 10s and 12s have very distinctive sounds. You may want to listen to your choices before buying. As far as amps, make sure you get one that puts out more wattage then you need (on an RMS rating). You can always tune down the wattage. This will give you a much harder hitting and smooth sound from your subwoofers. FYI - Audiobahn amps suck!

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so i went with the single 12" ....... i got the alpine mrp500 amp....im buying the sub in a bit..

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