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    RE35-1d vs PPI PCX-2350

    alright, i need to make a choice. I am going to buy an amp to run a RE XXX 15" sub that is 1600 watts RMS. These are the two amps that i am going to choose between. I can buy the PPI amp for 500 and the RE amp for 369. What do you all think?

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    Here are the specs for the two amps, if you need them:

    RE35-1D Amplifier

    Highly efficient Class D amplifier topology.
    Single channel subwoofer amplifier with 1580 Watts at 14.4 volts
    Built in crossover adjustable from 50 Hz to 250 Hz
    Remote gain level controller.
    Variable subsonic filter from 15 Hz to 40 Hz
    Filter matching high pass line level outputs
    High torque power(4ga) and speaker(8ga)
    Adjustable phase control.
    Clipping indicator
    Fuse Ratings 3 X 40 amp
    3 way protect: clipping, speaker short, and thermal.
    Dimensions Heatsink from the top 15.75L X 9.75W X 2H
    Max dimensions with terminals 17L X 9.75W X 2H

    Amplifier Ratings:
    35 watts x 1 at 4 ohms
    1100 watts at 2 ohms
    1500 watts at 1 ohm


    PPI PCX-2350

    Channel: 2
    4 ohm: 400
    2 ohm: 800
    Bridged: 1600
    Damping: 500
    S/N Ratio: 115 dB
    Dimension: 2.375" x 10"
    Length: 30.25"
    THD: 02%
    Power Input: 4 Guage
    Freq. Resp.: 4.5-100k
    I/P Sens.: .15-12V
    X/O Slope: 12dB
    X/O Freq.: 30Hz-4kHz
    X/O Type: 2 way
    Input Type: 12 vDC
    Cooling Fan: Yes
    QBass: QBass Plus



    In the process of building an enclosure for 2 12" Magnum D2's... should be fun :thumbsup

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    I would choose the RE-35 simply because it's cheaper. Both are quality amplifiers and you should not be able to tell a difference between the two as far as sound is concerned.




    Is this not a reasonable place to park?

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