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    1200W AMP

    I NEED AN AMP THAT CAN PRODUCE 1200W RMS@4OHMS OR 600W X 2 RMS@2OHMS. OR MAYBE 2 AMPS, EACH WITH 600W RMS@4OHMS. HAVE ANY SUGESTIONS? HOW MUCH WILL IT COST ME?







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    PPI has an amp that will do 600x2 at 2ohms but cannot remember the model number..might be last years model though.

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    That PPI amp is the PPI2300 and i dont know if it is last years or not, but they are pretty expensive, your looking at around $1000, but look around and u may be able to find a deal.<br />That amp is 300 x 2 @ 4 ohm and 600 x 2 @ 2 ohm.

    I have a PPI2350, it is a couple years old, but it puts out the power! 700 x 2 @ 2 ohms! but PPI are great and i would strongly recommend them.

    hope this helps,<br />Dustin




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    MTX 8100d will put out 1500 watts at 14.4 volts 2 ohms. however, this amp has a serious current dram (100+ amps i think), meaning, if you got it, youd probably need a new alternator, depending on your car of course. you should be able to get one off ebay brand new for 350.

    <br />hope this helps




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    I would go with a PPI. they have a good reputation in general and i agree with that reputaion from hearing them first hand.




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    The MTX amp is overrated... it says that that the amp is 1500watts peak but thats rated @ 14 volts and there is no way to pull that from a car...<br />my reccomendations...

    *Alpine MRV-1507 $455.00<br />*Hifonics Zeus $675.00<br />*RF POWER bd1500.1 $660.00<br />*Soundstream D'ARTAGNAN 5.1 $725.00 (this is rated @ 1,000 watts, but trust me it will push whatever you have)<br />*Harrison Labs AE-1600.1 $559.00<br />*MMATS D300HC $649.99 <br />*Vibe 1200D Lanzar $249.99

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    Don't forget to mention the JBL powervalve 1200.1<br />Its rated- 600watts rms 12 to 14volts into a 4ohm load and 1200watts rms 12 to 14volts into a 2 or 1 ohm load. The jbl has a built in power regulator (like the JL amps) that allows it to function over a wide range of voltages and ohms.<br />Be sure to consider this amp before buying anything.




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    Re: 1200W AMP

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    Re: 1200W AMP

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