Summary: Like the other guys said - it is big, it is heavy. Big and heavy suggests big heatsink, which you want. I haven't opened it up to see how well built it is inside, but the bottom cover is made of that cheap, thin, plated steel that they make generic PC cases out of. In contrast, my 350W Rockford Fosgate sub amp is all cast aluminum and chrome-plated, thick steel.
Summary: Great value.
I had this installed to boost the power to my new Polk Audio front and rear speakers. As far as I can tell it's working according to spec. No problems here.
FYI.. It is a little larger than average.
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3 April 2009
Summary: Been in my car for a month or so now and sounds great. I have it hooked up to my 4 factory incar speakers (98 Eclipse Infinity speakers) and they sound crystal clear and very loud. All my settings are set to default out of the box on the amp and the stereo is set for max highs and slightly below higest setting for mids. I dont need to go higher on any of the gain values default is great on the amp.
Summary: I installed this amp in my F-150 two weeks ago and wanted to test it out a bit before submitting my review and so far, I couldn't be happier. My mids and highs are extremely clear now and I can actually hear small details in music that I couldn't hear before with just my pioneer head unit powering my speakers. I'm using this amp together with a GM-5400t bridged powering a 10" Kicker CVT and the systems sounds extremely clear even at high volumes with no distortion.