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    Rockford Fosgate amp linkage

    Has anyone used/seen the new Rockford Fosgate amp bridge piece that links two amps? I have two rockford amps, and I am considering getting it. Also, if anyone has seen the digital readout option for the bridge? What do you think of it? We don't sell it at Best Buy, so I don't know much about it.







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    I have not seen the digital read out. But I use the punch links. Makes it look like one big amp. I love em. The bigger the better



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    hey ramos...so you use you fosgate amps...i recently bought a Punch 300s for one orion XTR 10s...what do you think of these amps...are they good ?
    you think this amp can power a 12" ?...and what kind...its 4 ohm stable when bridged...so i am looking at single coils only
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    Yeah I use and love Fosgate amps. Even with all the crap people are talking about the new models not being what they used to be. The only problems I have ever had with them have been due to user error.
    That amp should have no problem pushing a 12". I don't know what kind of sound your after, or what kind of budget you have. But my suggestion for a single 12" would be an Adire shiva

    http://www.adireaudio.com/Merchant2/...ory_Code=30.10


    Your amp will push it nicely. And it's dual 8ohm coils. So you can parallel them for your 4ohm mono load. Plus the sound is unbelievble for the price.



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    hey thanks alot...my amp is actually the 2002 model....so far i love it...it really pounds my sub...i have always heard about rockford fosgate and i think they are a great company...this is my first product from them
    where i live (in the caribbean) we dont have any dealers for Adire Audio...that sub looks really good...does RF make any good 4 ohm subs that will handle 300W rms ?
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    hey also...the lowest frequency on my amp is 50Hz....my sub is tuned lower than that...and also i am confused because the bass boost up to 18dB is at 45Hz....so how would i achieve lower frequencies on this amp ?...eg. 45Hz ?
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    I think the 50hz number maybe the lowest crossover point, not the lowest frequency producable by the amp.




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    ohhh ok...so how do i achieve lower frequencies on this amp...i have never used RF amps before...i used a PPI which went down to 20Hz
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