Summary: Pyramid has a history of advertising their products at "peak" power instead of RMS (or continuous) power. What is peak power? In the DJ world, we referred to it as "WLS" power - When Lightning Strikes. So, why use peak power when everyone else uses RMS power?
Summary: Don't be deceived by the picture, the amp is actually much smaller than it seems to be from the picture. I bought this amp for my little brother for Christmas and I felt so stupid when he started playing on it because it sounded so awful.
Summary: The only reason I have one star on this review is because Amazon would not allow me to enter no stars. I bought one of these on a whim years ago when I didn't know any better. Not only is it a useless, underpowered piece of junk; the one that I bought died after just a few months of use.
Summary: This product is advertised at 150 WATTS. More like 5 Watts. You definitely will not be bothering any neighbors with this amp. Very cheap built. This amp also is advertised to use a 6in speaker, however, a 5in speaker is actually installed.