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Originally Posted by D3skier
looks like if you bridge the amp you'll have enough power. If I were you, I'd call Cadence directly and get their opinion on that amp and possibly see if a different amp would give you better quality sound from these speakers. I connected a Lanzar Vibe 600w amp to it and wasn't even enough power to push them with any decent sound or quality.
TXA3004
4 CHANNEL HIGH POWER AMPLIFIER
SPECIFICATIONS:
* 4 Ohm RMS Power: 4 x 75 Watts @ 13.8 Volts
* 2 Ohm RMS Power: 4 x 150 Watts @ 13.8 Volts
* 4 Ohm Bridged RMS Power: 2 x 300 Watts @ 13.8 Volts
* Frequency Response: 20Hz  30kHz
* Damping Factor: >200 @ 100Hz
* S/N Ratio: >100 db
* Channel Seperation: >65dB
* Minimum THD: <0.05%
* Dimensions: 17" x 9.2" x 2.12"
ZRS2002
2 CHANNEL HIGH POWER STEREO AMPLIFIER
SPECIFICATIONS:
* 4 Ohm RMS Power: 2 x 200 Watts @ 13.8 Volts
* 2 Ohm RMS Power: 2 x 400 Watts @ 13.8 Volts
* 4 Ohm Mono RMS Power: 1 x 800 Watts @ 13.8 Volts
* Frequency Response: 10Hz  40KHz
* Channel Seperation: >65 dB
* S/N Ratio: >100 db
* Damping Factor: >200 @ 100Hz
* Minimum THD: <0.044%
* Input Voltage: 200 mV  8 Volts
* Dimensions: 20" x 9.4" x 2.4"

It seems like the TXA3004 has more power than the ZRS2002 which doesn't make any sense to me because the ZRS is alot more expensive. I guess I am going to call Cadence.