Summary: Have had this running 2 focal ps165v and 2 infinity speakers all door speakers 6.5" has more than enough power for all of them haven't had any issues no problems in install either as soon as power and remote were hooked up it ran like a champ if your running door speakers that can handle the power I...
Pros: Great power
Cons: Mounting is a bit of a pain with the un closed style brackets
Summary: Got this amp to push the 4 replacement speakers I bought to fit in the factory spots and it pushes them to their limits and mine. I had to break out the ear protection just to crank it up. Great buy.
Summary: Where to start...I have this amp to power my entire system. Previously, i had this running my interior 4 speakers only, but after thinking, i removed my bass amp, this amp can run it all. I bridged channels 3 and 4 on this amp for my sub @ 2 ohms for 300 watts rms.
Pros: One amp to power my whole system of 4 door speakers and a 10" sub.
Summary: i knew I wanted a 4 way amp that could really drive my kicker speakers. gets very loud, can drive on free way with windows down and the sound can overcome wind noise. no problems with the amp.
Pros: Unit is slim enough to fit under driver seat, about 5 inches of clearance in my car.
Very loud and clear at high volume
Summary: I bought two of these to run my front stage and my 6 X 9's. my front stage consists of a six and a half inch two ways system made by Rockford Fosgate, accompanied by 4 inch midrange speakers made by JL Audio. The 6 X 9's are alpine type R. both amps are bridged.
Pros: decent power, runs cool, sound quality, low distortion, and small footprint.
Cons: power, ground, and remote is kind of difficult to connect. Also, the way in which you bridge these amps is a little unorthodox compared to typical designs.
Summary: It is not a bad amp. I swapped out my Kicker ZX350.4 4-Channel for this amp. My kicker amp kept frying my aux cords for some reason. I must say this amp has made my speakers more clear but less bass. If I could I would probably rather use my Kicker amp.