You get what you pay for - great amp but not cheap
10 March 2013
Summary: has all the best - great sound and power with flanged design to control heat! It's under the seat of a 69 Bronco powering 6 x 9's in the rear and 6 1/2" in the front. No top on the Bronco, so avoiding overheating is a must! You get what you pay for here - a very nice amp, but not cheap!
Comes highly recommended, great amp with awesome clarity
18 August 2011
Summary: I purchased this amp as a non-working model; was a quick fix and i have it powering a pair of jvc coaxials and a jensen 12" sub. mids and highs sound great with very little gain. the sub is being powered with channels 3 and 4 bridged (about 100 watts) and is very tight. However, with all alpines it is important to not turn the gain all the way up. That being said, this a high quality, good sound quality amplifier. All the sound sparkles and is not muddy.
Summary: just perfect. it is the perfect amp to run 4 channel in your car. it is not underpowered and not over kill. just what i was looking for. i was going to get bigger but when i asked around they said i would never use the extra watts. music comes in very clear on my new infinity kappas. sat in my sisters 2010 yukon with a bose and sounds the same minus the bass. thats next for me. would never buy anything else but an alpine amp. built to last forever.
Summary: i bought a new one when they came out, and ive been buying these when ever theres one available. there good well powered amps, they dont over do your speakers and just match well. ive had 3 or 4 of these. im real happy with these amps from apine.
Summary: This amp is great for mid bass or midrange speakers. Very clear sound. I have not tried bridging it or using it to push a subwoofer so I don't know how it will work for those applications. The only problem I have is that I thought the crossover would be a little bit more flexible. I am not able to adjust the high frequencies. Basically the only option you have it to switch it from full range, high pass or low pass. I was expecting to be able to adjust the frequency.