View Full Version : 4 ch amp help?
03-22-2014, 06:35 PM
Im looking into redoing my front stage and kind of had my heart set on two crescendo ft1 super tweets and two pwx 6.5's in my 2000 silverado but i was told my current polk pa660 amp isn't active capable so I wouldn't be able to use the pwx mids with it. So my question is what would be a good amp to look at thats right around the 250-300$ range that will power these to their fullest potential. Thanks for the help
03-22-2014, 06:49 PM
buy my ct 125.4
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03-22-2014, 07:10 PM
Precision Power PPI P900.4 Phantom Series 4-Channel Amplifier (p9004) (http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_38338_Precision-Power-PPI-P900.4.html)
03-22-2014, 07:21 PM
PPI P900.4 offers the best value for your needs. Polk has an amplifier very similar to P900.4, but it costs more. We have P900.4 in stock.
03-22-2014, 08:23 PM
PPi Phantom 900.4 hands down the best value if you are wanting to go active. My first one got jacked by some soul-less piece of vermin whith out a second thought I bought another one and 3 days later bought another. I currently have one of them running 2 sets of PPI Power class components and the other 900.4 running 4 sundown neo pro 8" speakers. Lemme tell you this little amp gets down, most people that ride in my car find the mid/high range painful when cranked up. This is a bargin for 165.00$ 240 RMS X 4 at 2 Ohm cannot beat it. BUY ONE you will love it.
03-22-2014, 08:30 PM
If you want a little better amp Sound Qubed Q4-120 for 249.00$ is a really nice amp and is active capable. Just to let you know if the polk 660 has 2 sets of RCA inputs (1 for front 2 channels and 1 for the rear 2 channels) you can run it active with the right cross over/processor. You just need a way of band passing the signal for the front AND rear..