Alright guys got an amp report for ya.
I came accross an audiopipe apsm2000 mini bnib for 75$. I just could not pass it up so I bought it. I was very skeptical about this amp I saw no way that a 200$ amp could put out anywhere near 1200 watts at 2 ohm but I moved forward with quite skepticism .
I hooked up my two SA15's in 2 ohm and mounted the amp. 12 volt was supplied from 2 yellow tops (1 under the hood and one in the back) and a 200 amp alt. Big three was covered by 1 OT cable. Amp has a slight pop when it powers on which I do not like but it's not too bad. After setting the gains and low pass filter I began to thrash it . Very very impressed! The amp played even the fastest bass notes with no hiccups. After about an hour of play I took its temp with my inferred heat gun and wow 91 degrees. Power out put while not off the charts was plenty for the SA's to have a powerfull presence. The amp i replaced with this one was an old phoenix gold ti600.1, there is just no comparison the audio pipe blows it out of the water. Bass was very powerfull and clean the low pass filter was very effective I simply could not wrap my brain around how cheap this amp is. I really did not expect to be this impressed with this thing.
Audible pop at turn on
No cross over for RCA output
Instructions are pretty crappy
Very powerfull for the money
Pretty clean output
Included bass knob
1 OT power and ground terminals
1 ohm stable
All in all no major complaints out of me when running it in 2 ohm. This thing absolutly hammers the SA's. For the money I see no drawbacks to this thing. If you are on a budget I highly recommend the apsm2000 just figure on buying a little more amp than you would normally to make up for the typical over rating of cheaper amps and you will be happy. I plan on wiring it down to 1 ohm today and I will report back with my findings.