Kicker KX 600.1???

I am considering purchasing the KX 600.1 for my 2 Comp VR 10's. I currently have a Kicker DX350 on them in the trunk of my 2002 Mustang GT. Is this amp too much power for these speakers and is it the best choice? I had an MTX 801D for about a month and then it fried. I have heard that the Kicker will push more power and draw less current then the MTX. Is this true? I have had excellent service and performance out of all my Kicker products and think very highly of them. I am very fond of Kicker and am more in likely going to purchase this model but is it the right one for my setup?

2002 Mustang GT

Several bolt on mods....

Pioneer DEHP6500

2 Kicker CompVR 10" subwoofers

Kicker DX350

Sealed rear facing sub enclosure

 
i personally wouldnt go with kicker because of reliability issues i have had with them. i have used a lot of fosgate power 550s, diamond d5 600.1, and a xtant 6.1 as far as amps that produce that kind of power, i would recomment any of those. i am sure that there are a lot more out there, but those ones i have personally used and would use again any day. by the way, i have used all 3 of those with the comp vr's. 600 watts is perfect for your setup, you should be just fine.

 
power I have had excellent service and performance out of all my Kicker products and think very highly of them. I am very fond of Kicker and am more in likely going to purchase this model but is it the right one for my setup?
i personally wouldnt go with kicker because of reliability issues i have had with them. .
hmmmm, I see some conflict.
 
no conflict when you buy Kicker off an authorized dealer-

My 600.1 birthed at 731rms....solid amp, runs cool at 2 ohms, built in fan- does what its suppossed to and then some- it plain out knocks- just sold mine last week to a very lucky fellow

 
the DX350 is an older Class D design we did some time ago, the newer KX600.1 will keep the desired 2 ohm load and also have some features, and way more power than the DX350.

Most of our KX600'1 have birthsheets that show 700+ watts, as where the DX350 was maybe 400ish.

You keep the remote gain, have a built in SSF, and have a built in fan.

I think you'll see a big improvement over the DX350.

PS and thanks for the props from the original poster. //content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/smile.gif.1ebc41e1811405b213edfc4622c41e27.gif

 
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