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    Icon32 Precision 900.4 or Crescendo C1100.4 for mids?

    Hi am kinda stuck between these two amps - which do you guys think would be the better of the two - Precision Power P900.4 or Crescendo C1100.4? I'm using the amp in an active setup for mids and mid bass, if that helps any.







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    Re: Precision 900.4 or Crescendo C1100.4 for mids?

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    Hi am kinda stuck between these two amps - which do you guys think would be the better of the two - Precision Power P900.4 or Crescendo C1100.4? I'm using the amp in an active setup for mids and mid bass, if that helps any.
    Thats a huge price diff in amps bro




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    Re: Precision 900.4 or Crescendo C1100.4 for mids?

    Both are very solid..id go with the ppi just because its gobs of power..small footprint..active capable




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    Re: Precision 900.4 or Crescendo C1100.4 for mids?

    Big diff in price and size. Crescendo makes more power, PPI will fit anywhere. I have a 1100c4 and a PPI600.2, both are solid amps...




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    Re: Precision 900.4 or Crescendo C1100.4 for mids?

    Ok thanks guys think I'm just gonna go with the 900.4 considering the price difference vs. power. Yeah that C1100.4 is huge compared to the 900.4!




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    Re: Precision 900.4 or Crescendo C1100.4 for mids?

    Quote Originally Posted by momofx View Post
    Ok thanks guys think I'm just gonna go with the 900.4 considering the price difference vs. power. Yeah that C1100.4 is huge compared to the 900.4!
    Good choice..I have the bk 800.4 and its awesome




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    Man I cannot get over how SMALL that 900.4 is wow!!!




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