Summary: This thing rocks my chrysler 300...I have fosgate 6.5's in the doors and t1693 6 x9 s in the deck with a jl 300w sub and this amp runs it all! Even tho its not recommended for this setup I sure hope it lasts cuz it is the best I've ever had!
Summary: I returned a BA GT-475 and got the RF T400-4 instead. See my BA review for details. Bought the amp for RFA-64 midbass drivers and single Infinity Beta Twelve sub. Love the birth certificate - proves it was tested and you know exactly what you're getting. Mine was 74Wx4.
Summary: My experience with R.F. amps goes back to the Punch 75/150 days. R.F. always made awsome amps that were powerful and punchy. The T400-4 still delivers those aspects no doubt about it. Currently using the T400-4 pushing my seperates in front and coaxials in back. It does the job well just like a R.F.
Summary: I wanted an amp that could do it all and I found it with the T400-4. I have Infinity 6.5 components in front, Fosgate 6.5 coaxials in back, and a 10" Fosgate Sub all connected. Amazing how this amp can handle all of this.
Summary: this amp packs a punch! my birth sheet included with the amp said it pushed 932 watts at 2ohms bridged! that is ridiculous for being only rated at 300w. only gripe is the size, but an amp that pushes that much power needs proper cooling, so no complaints!
Summary: I love loud clear music and this amp satisfies my needs. A good JVC head with a Bazooka powered sub with four Infinity speakers and this system is one power house. I went with fosgate because they have been around for a long long time and the technology that they have developed, cooler more powerful...
Summary: This is one STRONG Amplifier!! I have always used two 2 channel amplifiers in the past. Having never used a four channel, and having heard a few systems with them, I wasnt impressed, until I got THIS Rockford Fosgate T400-4! All I can say is WOW! This thing Rocks!
Summary: picked up this amp after my old power 4004a was humming through the front outputs but lasting 7 yrs old sweet music!i liked the screws that secure power...ground and speaker now compared to having to use allen wrenches...only need #2 phillips screwdriver to secure.