Summary: I can't believe just how much power is coming out of that small of an amp!! This thing is half the size of my 500w jensen speaker amp and it has more power! Just so you all know, this amp IS 1-ohm stable as I looked around and people were saying it wasn't but it says right on the box "1-ohm stable." I ran it pretty hard for 15 mins at first to test it out and it was barely warm to the touch even running at 1-ohm!
Pros: Packs a punch for such a small amp. 1-ohm stable!
Summary: I had initially bought a kenwood 500 watt amp that was just too little power for me and also it started to go bad after only a few months. I decided I needed more Power and this infinity was perfect for my new 10" sub. Anyway Ive been running this amp and pushing it rather hard because I also have an audiocontrol eq that i use to shape the sub sound to have a flatter response. my DD 2510 can handle this amp and be plenty loud, just don't expect to win any SPL awards.
Summary: This is pretty good for the price, but as said doesnt deal with heat too well... i'm runnning this amp on 2 12's. it's overheats after 30 mins of being on half power. i just order another; so i can run one Kappa per sub. so i guess i'll see how it goes from there.
Summary: First off I cant believe anyone hasn't written a review for this amp yet... so I will. I'm currently running two Infinity Kappa 120.9w subs with this. This amp has exceeded my expectations. Like I have said before; I know Infinity is not known for their amps, but these amps will help change that. Its putting out its full 800 Watts RMS at 2 ohms and it performs flawlessly. Of course in 100 degree summer temps in my cars trunk it is going to run rather warm.
Shawn aka Maq Diesel from columbus ohio, Sonic Electronix
28 January 2011
Conclusion: I had this amp blow a kenwood 12 and 2 rockford fosgate p3 dvc 4ohm 12s. Now is powering to audiobahn aw1200v's (now known as aw1200j, since audiobahns reopening late last yr). amp never gets hot, even after hours of play. I LOVE MY SYSTEM/SET-UP.