I was pulling them by biamping a Carver 705 - 125@8ohm each channel which equaled to about 3-4 hundred at 6ohm I guess.
It sounded very good. Really, it sounded very good. After a year of OCCD, a Sunfire 600X2 fell into my lap.
A Carver 705 is like an excellent Honda Motorcycle. A 600X2 is like a Harley Davidson.
I don't give a crap about 5.1, 12.1, dolbies, doobies, or any of that other stuff in my main system.
I jerked out the 705, plugged in the Sunfire and I was in heaven.
Tonight I got called out on it.
"Was the Sunfire a big improvement ?"
(well yes, well maybe, well why would you ask that)
"Did the sound improve ?"
(yes, well maybe, at least in my mind it did)
As I thought about it, I came clean to the caller and admitted I was confused. At the time I replaced the 705 with the 600X2, I also replaced the 8 inch sub with the 12 inch one. The difference is noticeable. My system went from excellent to better.
How much was due to the amp replacement and how much was due to the new sub ???????????
Now that KingMan forced me into reality, I would guess that the new amp made little difference and the sub made a lot.
Here is my advice as to your set up --->
If KingMan calls, never answer.