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The amp you need will obviously depend on the efficiecy of your sub. I plan on purchasing a Snell Type 1800 sub, a ported but nevertheless inefficient sub. I plan on purchasing an Ashly pro amp in the 1000W bridged area with MOSFET output devices; MOSFETs ae very good into the low frequencies. Also, you need to check out the power-handling of your particular sub; some units really crap out on power-handling at the very lowest frequencies. My motto, however, is this: excessive power is barely adequate.
2 Great Sub Amps are the RBH SAM 200 Sub Amp. Its 200 watt Sub Amp. Here's RBH Website. www.rbhsound.com Also another good Sub Amp is the Meniscus. They make a 100 watt and 200 Watt Sub Amp. There real good to. Here's there website. http://www.meniscusaudio.com/hobby.html Also someone on Audioreview commented on the RBH Sam 200 watt Sub Amp. Here's the review. http://www.audioreview.com/reviews/Amplifier/product_3347.shtml