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    Soundstream Reference 700 Series

    I am seriously looking into buying this line of amplifiers but I notice they have different model numbers such as 700, 700s, and 700sx. Could anyone tell me the difference between these?

    They are great amps, and I know the quality is there, just want to know this. Thanks.







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    Re: Soundstream Reference 700 Series

    I dunno if this will help ya much, but you can download their owner's manuals: http://www.soundstream.com/sub/support_manuals.html




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    Re: Soundstream Reference 700 Series

    The 700 denotes 700x1 at 2 ohms I think (might be 4 ohms, but pretty sure its 2) the 700sx was the one with the builtin crossover (crossover point/slope etc changed out with a module if I recall correct). Not sure about the 700s tho, maybe a hardwired crossover? Great amps none the less, I had a pair of 300sx's, and am looking at some 5oo's now....keep that 700 as long as you can, its a great amp!




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