worth your money. around 800 real rms watts @ 1 ohm at 12V
14 April 2013
Summary: GOODS! great bang for your buck! No, it's not 3000 watts rms. probably not half of that. As I campare it to a 1000D, it is really in the middle of the pack!. Memphis, crossfire, dei. and other competion amps are more powerful, but a jbl 1000 clarion 1100, sony, and all decent brands are a little less power. All of these amps cost more money! for 150 bucks, very hard to beat. BADS!
Conclusion: Been selling and installing car audio for 10 years. I give everything a fair chance and do not buy into people talking down about cheap products until i try it myself. This amp is very over rated, but it pushes subs pretty well. It probably puts out about 1000W RMS @ 1 ohm. MAX power ratings dont mean anything. I have used Boss products a lot in the past and their amps are better products than the subs by far.
Conclusion: I have a pair of 12'' enclosed subs rated at 600 watts rms 1200 peak. This amp delivers deep clean bass. You couldn't ask for a better Mono block amp at this price! Best feature is the Datalink to connect two of the same amps via the data link to double your wattage. Definitely on my to get list. I have always had good experiences with Boss products.
Conclusion: This amp powers 2 1000 watt subs with no problem. The rms response is wonderful for the price. The amp looks great and takes a beating, ive gotten it wet stacked stuff on top of it and it still works great. Don't pass it up just because you dont know the name.
b-series ryder from Salisbury, NC, Sonic Electronix
21 March 2012
Conclusion: Product was installed into a bandpass enclosure. I don't recommend doing that. Specs said its ok but didnt perform to my expectations. I would like to have tried it in a different enclosure. It may have preformed better.