Mosconi and Rockford, 4 channel amps


dennismv

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In laymans' terms, what are the differences between these two amps?
  • Mosconi Gladen ONE 130.4
  • Rockford Fosgate Power T600-4
 
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dennismv

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I mean other then power and price they are both 4 channel amps and they both will work to power RF T2652-S speakers.. So maybe I can flip a coin and pick one that way.
 

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The Rockford has more nut, plays lower, handles lower impedance, but needs 150amps of juice, while the Mosconi needs only 40a. The Rockford is a Class AB, (better SQ), the Mosconi Class D. Both great amplifier manufacturers, but in this case the Rockford is the best choice.
Its not. Masconi is far and away a better piece of equipment than RF gear any day of the week and will sound better regardless of topology.
 

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How do you know? Have you owned both amps?
As a matter of fact I have. If you read my signature you will notice I have experience with the Audio Systems amps as well. The Masconi is a higher end tier than the Audio Systems and the Audio Systems will shit on the RF all day in terms of power output, clarity, and sound quality.
 
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As a matter of fact I have. If you read my signature you will notice I have experience with the Audio Systems amps as well. The Masconi is a higher end tier than the Audio Systems and the Audio Systems will shit on the RF all day in terms of power output, clarity, and sound quality.
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