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    Saz2500 or Rockford fosgate 2500.1

    I currently have a Saz 2500 amp powering 2 alpine type x 1000rms each but do yu guys think a Rockford will push harder for a trade with some friend







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    Re: Saz2500 or Rockford fosgate 2500.1

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    Re: Saz2500 or Rockford fosgate 2500.1

    I couldn't disagree more. I love me some sundown but there is no comparison on the 2500s, I would take the RF hands down. I have owned both as well as a saz3500. RF won't compete with the sundown 3.5 but is still a better choice if box rise is a problem.



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    Re: Saz2500 or Rockford fosgate 2500.1

    Try it out! That make a choice




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    Re: Saz2500 or Rockford fosgate 2500.1

    Quote Originally Posted by Mjcruz View Post
    I currently have a Saz 2500 amp powering 2 alpine type x 1000rms each but do yu guys think a Rockford will push harder for a trade with some friend
    does he have the bdcpor the bd




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    Re: Saz2500 or Rockford fosgate 2500.1

    If its the bdcp I'd use that over sundown anyday not putting sundown in the gutter but that bdcp is nasty as fuc|<




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    Re: Saz2500 or Rockford fosgate 2500.1

    rms difference between BD and BDCP is 300-350rms..I just bought me a BD2500...man iwish it was a BDCP but ehhh *** it..difference cant be that big




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