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    What is similar to RF T10001BD?

    Just a few days ago someone broke into my car and stole my whole system.

    My amp was a Rockford Fosgate T10001BD. The gray one, not the new black one. On the birthsheet it was rated at 1,464 watts RMS @ 1ohm.

    If you guys could list amps that are of similar power and quality i would really appreciate it. Thanks



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    Re: What is similar to RF T10001BD?

    Sundown(SAZ),American Bass(VFL), DC audio, and Audioque are all top quality.
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    Re: What is similar to RF T10001BD?

    Audioque 1200.1 would be an awesome replacement.






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    Re: What is similar to RF T10001BD?

    Love those fosgate amp series..using one right now




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    Re: What is similar to RF T10001BD?

    get a t10001bdcp



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    Re: What is similar to RF T10001BD?

    I had that amp before I got my AQ1200D and I pick the AQ1200d everytime. Its smaler and very powerfull. My rockford drew a ton of power and it would rattle a little bit.



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