Recently I happened across an amp that I am completely unfamiliar with.
As referenced in the thread title the amp in question is the:
Rockford Fosgate Series 1 2030
As pictured here ~
According to the specs printed on the label affixed to the underside of the amp output ratings are as follows:
Dynamic Power: 2 X 45 watts @ 2 Ohms
RMS Power: 2 X 30 watts @ 2 Ohms
There is no information given regarding output when shown a 4 Ohm load or what the amp might output when bridged though as the wiring configuration for bridged operation is printed on the backside label as well so apparently the amp is bridgeable. (I'll assume a conservative rating of 1 X 60 watts 'RMS' and 1 X 90 watts 'Dynamic' based on the 2 Ohm stereo ratings?)
An inquiry on RF's discussion boards yielded no help either as the only response I received there was someone asking me what the serial number is.
I'm no RF expert by any means but this is an amp that I've never before seen and to tell the truth I'm starting to wonder whether or not it's even genuine RF product!
If it is an RF amp that I am simply clueless about I wonder if, like many of the older Fosgate units, is capable of considerably higher output levels than the factory-given ratings would imply.
If anyone has any experience with an amp like this or at the very least is in possession of more information that I currently have (which is limited to nothing more than what I've posted above) I'd be greatly appreciative.