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      What would you guys say is the best bang for the buck? so far im thinking about getting a hifonics colossus 3200 @ 2 ohms for about $450
       
      What are your guys thoughts/opinions?
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    • By harshglare
      Review of Subwoofer or Speaker: CVR12 vs AW1200Q vs 12W1v2-4
       
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      At this point, I came to the conclusion that I needed more bass period: a stronger amp that would not clip and subs that could take the beating.
       
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      Kicker COMP VRs give you a good run for the money, but, from what I understand, Kicker has been resting on their laurels and have not introduced any significant technologies since 2005.
       
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      Bass: 6
      Build Quality: 6
       
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      Build Quality: 6
       
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    • By El1T3Bass
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      PPI Sedona 500 IQX
       
       
      Item(s) Description/Condition:
       
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      condition 7.5/10
      function 10/10
       
      700x1 @4ohms
      350x2 @2ohms
       
      and its 2 feet long
       
      Price:
       
      200 plus ship OBO
       
       
      Shipping and Miscellaneous Item Information:
       
      ill shipp through where ever seller wishes.
       
      will do trades on this so offer up.
       
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      Old school Coustic Power Logic Amp-360. Awesome sound quality; it surprised me when I tested it out. I actually sat there for 30 minutes just listening to music; the video does it no justice. I wouldn't hesitate to use this on an SQ install for some mids or tweets. Cosmetics could be better, but the amp is still pretty clean IMO. The pictures will explain it the best. I have no gut pics, as I couldn't for the life of me figure out how to pull the back plate off - it seems like some of the caps inside are actually bonded to the back plate (on purpose) as per Coustic's design. I didn't want to try pulling it off and risk damaging the caps, so I just took a video of it playing some music to show it works fine. The video posted shows it's in good working condition. The included fuse is the wrong size - should be ~40A, but I just used what I had on hand.
       
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