Summary: This is an excellent purchase for the person who's looking to match treble with bass using only one amp. Like most Rockford amps, the advertised power is about 17% less than the power stated on the Certificate provided in the box; therefore, this amp is really putting out 60 x 4 @ 4 ohms and 350 x 1 @ 2 ohms. The crossover functions and bass boost remote help tune the system for a well-balanced mix for all types of music.
great If you like old school RF you gotta get one of these!
11 September 2011
Summary: I purchased this amp at a reasonable price I was not able to install it right away so I tries to test it . It does not have a power light on it so I took it to a local shop and had it bench tested it checked out fine .
Excellent amplifier for the money! Great power output.
7 July 2011
Summary: My review is based on this Punch 75.2, well it's a good amplifier with a decent amount of power to push maybe a 10 or 12" sub nothing more or it'll over heat. I used to have the Punch 55.2 and was a very nice little amplifier as well pushed my rockford fosgate punch power DVC at 2 ohms mono in a ported box in my honda civic 1994 coupe was the loudest little setup until i got my hands on a Punch 75.2 it got louder! and deeper the bass.
Summary: I like it because I grow up when car stero was at the beginning of big time DB's high custom installs. This amp was a big time favorite for quality big power from a small size and amp class. It was all ways under rated, but would dominate its class of 1 to 100 watt class. Even for today it will still out power most amps out there. Plus this amp was made in the USA. Excellent quality. I have heard plenty installs over the years and have done a few myself. So buy One.
Summary: I have this amp pushing a kicker 12" L7 and let me tell you it sounds awesome. It has more than enough power. Bass is clean and crisp. Ihave the gain set at half and it is still too much power. Definately worth the money.
Summary: This brings me back to the golden days of car audio--the early 80s. Punch 45s, 75s and 150s just creating some incredibly loud music to jam to. "If it's too loud you're too old", indeed! Imagine an amp of this size and build quality rated for only 37.5 watts per channel?! I was into RF back in the early 80s and had an SQ vehicle that competed in IASCA competitions in the mid 90s running all Rockford items including a Symmetry EPX2 with the 28 band EQ card.