Installing Together - 18 inch Aura Sound & (2) 15 Inch Phoenix gold

i honestly don't have much knowledge with car audio systems besides the Basie hook up. i have Ford Escape with (2) 15 inch Phoenix Golds not ported box Hooked up to just a small 750w amp. I dont have much knowledge & info on the specs ect these Sub-woofers. - I Just bought a 18 inch Aura Sound Sub-woofer was able find all the spec & info online. *I Am Looking for any input or info that will help me along as i work on installing these 3 big sub-woofers together. i Also need input on a affordable amp that can power all 3. vbqzx9jfcclx.jpg
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  • FestYboyFestYboy Posts: 2,867
    In a word: don't. The 18 should be in it's own enclosure, and on it's own amp as it's TS specs will be significantly different than the 15s.
  • codycatalistcodycatalist Posts: 1,671
    On top of that you will probably be drawing a TON of current which will be hard on the alternator. Just be careful with that.
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