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slipknot 02-03-2010 11:10 AM

Besides a syn4 and syn6 can you guys give me some options of what you are running a pair of pro 485s with? <BR> <BR>I am considering the JL G6600, this should do the job right?

david_e_m 02-03-2010 11:59 AM

There is no configuration that would allow the JL G6600 to properly run a pair of Pro485s. If it were a pair of 60s or 80s you could bridge four into two an use the remaining two channels to run something in the boat. <BR> <BR>But you should have 300 watts per each 485 and they can handle more. <BR> <BR>The SYN6 doesn't fit the application either. <BR> <BR>here's a short list: <BR>1.) WetSounds SYN4 bridged. <BR>2.) JL Audio HD600/4 bridged. <BR>3.) Alpine PDX-4.150 bridged. <BR>4.) Arc Audio KS300.4 bridged. <BR>5.) JL Audio HD 750/1 mono/parallel. <BR> <BR>David <BR>Earmark Marine

slipknot 02-03-2010 12:06 PM

Thanks David! I really appreciate it.

mikeporter2000 02-03-2010 1:05 PM

I run my pair of 485s with on older Hifonics Xi Olympus. It's a class A/B amp and it's super clean, something like .02%. It's a 4 channel bridged at 4 ohms and delivers 2x400 watts to the 485 pair. They sound incredible. That amp draws a good amount of power however. <BR> <BR>If I were to do it again I would go with the class H Arc Audio KS-300.4 bridged. I think you would get 350 clean watts to each 485, and the power draw would be far less sine it's a H class amp.

slipknot 02-06-2010 10:29 AM

Is the Alpine bridged really enough at 300 per? I thought the min on the 485 was 300 RMS

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