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Old 03-14-2003, 08:34 AM
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I Have a PPI PC2350 if anyone is interested. 517-202-6611



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THD: 0.02 %
Signal/Noise Ratio: 105 dB
Frequency Response: 4.5 Hz - 100 kHz
Sensitivity: 0.15 V - 12 V
Damping: > 500
Dimensions: 8.9" x 25.25" x 2.25"
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Old 03-14-2003, 11:15 AM
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Jon,

Thanks for the reply. And don't worry about it. If I liked it or not it was stolen so I have to replace it anyway. As for price I want to stay under $400. From what I've seen (correct me if I'm wrong) It would be hard to get a good 5 ch amp for under that? ?????

Do you recommend any other amps that would compare to Rockford in quality and performance for a 4ch amp??????
Soundstream Picasso series(found a Pic4.880 for $269)
JL
JBL

Would these be good Rockford 4 ch amps? Found them on ebay for under $250
500x 4ch will put out 62.5 watts at 4 ohms
550x 4ch will put out 68.75 watts at 4 ohms
700x 4ch will put out 87.5 watts at 4ohms

How much difference will there be between 62 watts and 87 watts? Would I really be able to tell the difference beteween the to?

Quality wise between the punch and the power series amps what is the difference??????

The amp to power my 2 10" subs (cant afford the 1000bd)
So wouldn't these be enough to power the Access Tech subs with good quality.
250M 1ch amp 250 watts at 2 ohms
301M 1ch amp 300 watts at 2 ohms
351M 1ch amp 350 watts at 2 ohms
500X 4ch amp 250 watts at 4 ohms bridged
Is there any other 1 ch amps that you would suggest????

Now remember I am going from a small 5 ch amp the was putting out
25 watts x 4 at 4 ohms
150 watts x 1 at 2 ohms

I'm lost on all this crap. Since I'm not in the business it's hard to tell what is a good deal or not.

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Old 03-14-2003, 03:51 PM
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I know you talked about a budget of $400.00 but just be carful not to under power your speakers. Remember you get what you pay for and good amps are not cheap. Stick with 4ohms and 2 amps. I have always been told that it is better to go a little over your rated watts for your speakers than to under power them. And dont forget to put a good cap on the system.
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Save up some more money and go with the 750s and 750x you wont be disapointed.
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I was thinking of eather going with 2 4 ch amps. 2 550x's or 1 700x and 1 500x.

Does any one know the diff between the punch and power series?
for the speakers
550x 4ch will put out 68.75 watts at 4 ohms $205
700x 4ch will put out 87.5 watts at 4ohms $241
750x 4ch will put out 93.75 watts at 4 ohms $290

for the subs
750s 2ch will put out 187 watts at 4ohms $275
550x 4ch will put out 275 x 2 at 4 ohms bridged. $205
500x 4ch will put out 250 x 2 at 4 ohms bridged. $180

so if I go with the 2 550's $410
if i go with the 700x and 500 $420
if i go with the 750x and 750s $565

These prices are all on ebay I was just comparing.

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From what I am told the power series is the newer and better quailty amp.
Also check the site I mentioned in an earlier post.
750x $329.95
750s $329.95
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If you are going with a small box encloser them I would go with this.
http://www.crutchfield.com/cgi-bin/S...0&I=107MM104++

If you are going to have them in more open space then these.
http://www.crutchfield.com/cgi-bin/S...0&I=107GNX10++
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I've got all the speakers and subs. Just need the amps or amp to power it.

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Sorry about that Russ, I forgot you already had the subs. Who makes your 10" Access Subs?
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I would use a 750 x on the mids and definatly the power1000bd on the subs
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