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    which is better? PG octane-R 8:0:4 amp or crossfire 4ch amp

    i have a 10" rockford punch in the trunk and a pair of cadence 6" midbass...im goin to use a 4ch amp...2ch for the cadence midbass and 2ch (bridged) for the sub.....which of the amps do u recommend?







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    Re: which is better? PG octane-R 8:0:4 amp or crossfire 4ch amp

    I would say Crossfire. I own one and I think it is very high quality. That Phoenix Gold amp is entry level. Just my opinion. Which Crossfire are you considering?




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    Re: which is better? PG octane-R 8:0:4 amp or crossfire 4ch amp

    Go Crossfire if you go with either of the two, crossfire makes good quality amps, not the best but theyre alright. I reccomend Diamond audio d5 or d7 amps or an Eclipse 4 channel, but it depends on how much $ your willing to spend for good quality s*it




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