Conclusion: 1200 watts? SURE LOL but for the money is a good amp I also have a 800 watts boss amp that has been rocking the boat. Now with both amps 2000 watt fosgates sound great would defiantly say buy the boss amps for the value well worth it
M. BOATRIGHT from Craig, Colorado, Sonic Electronix
2 December 2012
Conclusion: I paired this amp with two Boss MRWT69 tower speakers on my boat. Sound is good, little distortion when really cracked up over the engine noise and water slapping the wakeboard. The PA system stinks. Can hardly hear it at all. Buy it for the amp not the PA system.
HD King Classic from Waterloo, WI., Sonic Electronix
19 July 2012
Conclusion: I bought this for my Harley. Bought it brand new and never worked for day one. I sent it back in and they told me they tested it and there was nothing wrong. I hooked it back up and had the same problem. I was only getting a signal off of one set of wires. I emailed the customer service and it has been over a month with NO response. I would buy sometime else. My fellow Harley riders spread the word.
Conclusion: This is a great amp, it is very durable. I have almost submerged this amp multiple times and she still cranks. But there is one thing i do not like about it. when bridging this amp it does not allow you to just bridge one side of the amp so its either a four or two channel amp.
Conclusion: I installed the MR-1000 on my ski boat. It’s an excellent boast to my system. The engine noise is drowned out without distortion. Make sure you install the unit in a location where you have easy access to the output levels for that fine tuning.
Conclusion: This amp was very easy to install and really helps my (4) Wake Tower speakers crank out the tunes. Takes a bit of time to adjust the outputs on the amp to get the best sound out of your speakers, but this will be the case with any amp with output adjustments. Just have someone with a good ear help you out and it will be all good.