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Alemuthafukinjandro
Zapco 4KW!!! lol
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Team Maxxsonics - John
If you can wait about 60 days, you may be interested in the new MBQUART Q-Series Q4.150 which will be 4 x 150 watts RMS at 4-Ohms.
Likely to test around 160-165 watts RMS.
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Bassphobia
Get some of those older class AB US Amps like the VLX-400 and USA2000X, I would be surprised if you need more power than that.
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Evilwerkz
Sundown SAX-100.4D

100 x 4 @ 4 ohms / 90 Amperes of fuses
underrated....jacob has great customer support....great products, great guy

http://www.sundownaudio.com
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D-Bass
I'd use two Hifonics Zeus... like the old ZXi1006. 250rmsx2@2ohm, so probably get at least 150rms@4ohm.
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jaychocolate
if you're up for prob.one of the larger 4 ch out there, you should look into our limited anniversary model "the anno"



Power output

2 x 200 + 2 x 300 @ 4 ohm
2 x 300 + 2 x 450 @ 2 ohm
2 x 400 + 2 x 600 @ 1 ohm

Bridged power

1 x 600 + 1 x 1000 @ 4 ohm
1 x 800 + 1 x 1100 @ 2 ohm
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rally
Pioneer PRS D-4200F
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D-Bass
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Originally posted by rally:
Pioneer PRS D-4200F
nah, I have one of those on my car. and the two channel as well. I don't think they put out much power. I'm somewhat disappointed with mine.

The Rockford Fosgate T1000-4adCP would be a badass amp to use.
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rally
Well I have 2 of them in my car I somewhat agree but I sure would like to know about one that produces little more power but plays as clean as that pioneer amp
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D-Bass
the rockford power series will put out at least as clean of power, probably better. I sell and use both and i much prefer the power series by RF. also seems like the pioneers need the gains cranked pretty high to do anything, even with a 5v input signal
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rally
Cant argue with you there my gains are 3/4 and no clipping but need more power to drive mids. I totally agree with you but still love the pioneer lol
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reaper68
ms1000ta
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