- 24dB/octave crossover
- 4 Gauge power/ground terminals
- Audiophile grade speaker connections
- Infrasonic filter
- MOSFET output stage
- MOSFET power supply
- RCA pass-thru
- Crossover Controls: Low-Pass (LP): 35-250Hz 24dB/octave Butterworth
- Tone Controls: Bass: 0dB to +18dB @ 45Hz
- Infrasonic Filter: -3dB @ 28Hz 12dB/Octave
- Signal Input: Low level: 1 RCA pair
- Signal Output: Low Level: 1 RCA pair
- Power Input Connector: Block
- Power Wire Gauge: 4 AWG
- Speaker Output Connector: Screw terminal barrier strip
- Speaker Wire Gauge: 8 AWG to 18 AWG
- Heat Sink Type: Cast aluminum
- Cooling: Convection
- Remote Controls: Optional Remote Punch Bass EQ
- (overrides built-in Punch Bass EQ)
- Visual Indicators: Power
- Circuit Topology Class: Class bd
- Frequency Response: 20Hz to 250kHz +/- 0.5dB
*Warranty: 1 Year Onlinecarstereo.com warranty.
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Southpaw From Tylertown,MS
|I have this amp on two 15 inch Rockford T1 subs in a Nissan Versa hatchback. The amp is mounted on the rear passenger floor pan. This amp performs without any flaws. Make sure you have the right electrical system for this amp and you will not regret your purchase. Like the other reviewer said," If you do not know how to install please get someone who does to put it in for you." P. S. The tech at OCS was correct, this amp on two T1 15 inch subs is wicked strong.|
Bill Money From KC mo
for starters this amp is black not grey like in the pic. second its a beast. the only thing i thought was left out was a bass knob. i've had this amp for two years and some months and it still makes the windsheild wipers slap. clean power makes clean bass.
short and sweet.
mat baker From Mississippi
$500 for a REAL amplifier is a steal. I have had Precison Power (back when they were still the REAL PP), Phoenix Gold, MMats,Memphis, Kicker, MTX, Orion, and they all cost substansially more than $500 (but you get what you pay for). Most amps on the market nowadays spend more money on advertising than research and development, and anyone can print a sticker saying 3000 watts. If it weighs less than 10 lbs, you can bet your paycheck that they sold you a POS.
For my money, Kicker and RF are the two best amps you can buy without having to sell your first born. They put out ALOT more power than they say they do (unlike your friends BOSS 3000 watt amp that barely makes his 10" sub move lol), and they are built to last. If you love music, spend your money on amps and speakers, and then have someone who KNOWS what they are doing install it. You can have the best equipment in the world, but if dumb and dumber install it you'll be lucky if it just sounds like crap. If you aren't lucky, they'll install something wrong and burn up your car and your stereo.
Remember, you get what you pay for. If it's worth doing, it's worth doing right. You'll thank me in the end!