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    I’m thinking about getting these speakers, two sets, for the front and rear seats, for my truck and was wondering if this Amp will do the job. I don’t understand the number of channels that will be needed and all the other stuff that goes with it. Will this set-up work? At this point I don’t think I wont a sub-woofer. I have compared speakers and these are the best sounding to me. For the amp I have always been a big fan of Nakamichi!
    The radio I have is the stock 6 cd changer from ford.

    Help a guy out that knows S about audio

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    Seems about right, while they don't give the speakers impedance I would assume they are 4 ohm, so you would be getting about 50 watts into 4 speakers out of the amp.

    With the speakers having a rating of 75watts I would think you would have a nice safety margin if any one turned the amp/volume up to max.

    But to be really sure enquire about the impedance of the speakers, but really 4ohms is the most common impedance for normal car speakers, I would be suprised if it was any different.