Suppose you need to supply 1000 watts for peaks, and your speaker's continuous power handling is 250 watts. A speaker's peak power handling is typically 4 times its continuous power handling. So the speaker can probably handle 1000 watts peak. That means you can use a 1000 watt amplifier to drive that speaker -- as long as you use that power for peaks, and do not drive the speaker continuously with 1000 watts. In other words, don't turn up the amp so high that it clips.
What is the best 1000 watt amp with facts backing it up, why its better. I just don't want a bunch of opinions because it was the cheapest thing they could get and says 1000 on it. I'm looking at maybe either a mtx thunder 1000XD or alpine mrp m1000. What would be better or are they to...