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    which would you choose?4 channel amps

    i got a few choices for a mids-high amp,like to get some opinions.which one would you choose.

    ppi 50x6 last 2 channels are sub only
    Mark Antony MK800.4 100x4
    memphis MC3004
    Kicker ZX650.4

    thanks guys.







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    Re: which would you choose?4 channel amps

    I love the look of the Mark Antony Amps, can't go wrong with any 1 of those.



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    Re: which would you choose?4 channel amps

    If you decide to go with the PPI you might want the PC PRO650 that will give you more power on the sub channels than the standard PC650 and a built in three way active crossover. As stated all are fine amps. Choose the one that gives you the power and features you need and you will have a very nice amp.




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