Summary: I've got 4 RF amps in my system right now and all of them are controlled by the RF 3Sixty.3 and I love every one of them. This T400-4 is powering 3 sets of tweeters and a pair of RF T1462-S and does a great job doing it. Buy any RF Punch or Power series amps and you won't be disappointed at all.. Rockford Fosgate all day everyday!!
Conclusion: As with every piece of R/F equipment I have ever purchased this one does not disappoint. Looks great, performs flawlessly and has never overheated even after extended trips with the system blaring at its fullest setting. I have it running my door and rear quarter speakers. (also R/F) I would have no reservations in recommending this amp to anyone who is looking for quality, value and overall cosmetic appeal. Way to go R/F! Way to go SONICELECTRONIX, you rock.
Local disturbance from Marshall, MN, Sonic Electronix
30 November 2011
Conclusion: Origionaly intended to use the amp for my components but I ran out of money for toys so I am now stuck using this amp to power 2 Dayton Audio 15" reference subs temporarily. The subs are severely underpowered however they still sound fantastic. The birth sheet that came with the amp rated it at 'nearly' 500 watts RMS. Even when driving the amp at its peak output the distortion is minimal (would still not recommend it though).
Conclusion: Its a great amp.... got them all hooked up on 4' 6.5" speakers but it has one small flaw. It has that burning smell coming from the amp. Did some research online its mostly dust collection and other small stuff. Had it for about 5 month now and its still kicking.
Conclusion: This excellent amp is running my main deck and 4 JL audio C3 component speakers effortlessly. No problems whatsoever, runs cool even after hours of playing. I have it mounted under passenger front seat, which is a shame because it looks too good to be hidden! Only rated it 4 star for now because I've only had it under a year, but I won't be surprised if it outlast me!