Summary: In one sentence, simply the most powerful ground pounding cleanest sounding monoblock amplifier to produce deep low bass that I have ever had the pleasure of listening to! My Sony has extremely low distortion and after pounding it for at least an hour it never truly gets hot. I liked it so much after driving a pair of 12" Pioneer TS-W309D4 subs that pumped out an amazing 130 db from my car, I bought another.
Summary: I got this amp to power 2 kicker CVR10 with Pioneer head unit in my 97 Toyota Camry. The bass and loudness cracked my passenger window. I'm running them unbridged because i can't stand the bass when bridged.
Summary: I bought this Amp used, with a pair of Sony XPlod 12" speakers and an enclosure. It's running via RCA jacks from a cheap Pioneer CD player. You can see the setup here: [...] Although someone told me using the Sony amps bridged they burn out easy, I've been running mine pretty loud (unbridged!) for a couple years without any issues whatsoever. The amp has plenty of power, more than I need, really.
Summary: I got this amp powering 2 1300W sony x-plod turbo subs with a 300 watt JVC receiver and I just got two tickets for loud music. LOL That should explain everything. The amp sounds great especially if you know how to hook up sounds. I got it hooked up weird but it sound betterlike that. Trust me turn all the bass down from the receiver and let the amp talk.