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    quick question

    looking at getting a pair of those jbl gto ez amps today because they are pretty cheap on ebay right now but i need help deciding, im looking at the ez 1000 vs the 750 do you think there will be any audible difference between a 750 and a 1000 also will there be any difference between 50x4 vs 80x4







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    Re: quick question

    Honestly it depends on what you are going to be running to them. Personally I would say go with the 1000 in the event that you need to have a little more power for your usage. They both have the same frequency response (10-280). Yet I would do the 1000. Hope that helps




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    Re: quick question

    If your electrical is good you should notice a difference. Which is pretty much what the above poster meant to say, I think.



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    Re: quick question

    definitely a difference between 50 and 80 rms for the mids and highs would be a lot more crisp sounding in the midrange and midbass. As for the sub amp, it depends on what subs your running. A sub at full power would sound a lot better then a sub at 75% power. Its more in the line of as long as it reaches its optimal efficiency. This is not counting in those giant subs with lots of motor force and efficiency.



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    Re: quick question

    just got the 1000 and the 4channel to be a little different cant find anyone running these new jbl amps




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