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Customer Review Summary for Infinity Reference 5350a
Average Customer Rating is 4.5 out of 5 stars:
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April 4, 2014 nice product
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bone city from Goshen, NY
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first sonic electronix great customer service!i like this amp i run tweeters mids front & back & one sub & this amp works great.i know its not the loudest system but the over all sound highs & lows & clean sound cant be beat.nice price,good product & easy to install
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March 1, 2011 Good enough amp for the $$
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cwd from Cibolo, TX
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Good entry-level 5-channel amp. I have this behind my Pioneer AVIC-D3 head unit, driving Polk Audio DB691 fronts, DB651 rears and a pair of Rockford Fosgate P3SD412 subs. It's a great amp for this at 'normal' volumes, but doesn't have enough power to really drive the bass at really loud volumes. Overall, an excellent product. The only con is the size - it's kind of large.
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May 15, 2010 Great Amp
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Vin from Placentia, CA
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I bought this amp to replace 3 amps that I used in an active setup. The top end of this amp isnt as great, but the amps this replaced cost considerably more. Thank goodness that I have a 30 band EQ to smooth out the top end. The mid range and sub bass in this amp sounds the same. From what I can hear, this amp makes what it claims if not more.

I do not like the that fact that you cannot bypass the subsection in addition to supplied bass remote not working. Not a huge issue to me though.

The design of the amplifier isnt a strong point in my opinion. The large silver flange on the case is removable and the amplifier looks a bit better. Again, not big issue to me. The "Infinity" logo lights up a pleasant blue, not overly bright, very classy.

I have not had any issues with this amp yet. The amp stays fairly cool in the hatch of my car.

Overall, a great quality amplifier for the money.
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June 7, 2009 Good amp
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Neil from Pembroke Pines, FL
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The amp is very good for a basic setup. the 300 w sub rms is limiting, but quality is solid. does not heat up, as others may mention.
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October 17, 2008 awesome!
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jacob from Spring Valley, CA
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I've have owned this amp for a month now. And let me tell you, this will easily power an entire system with ease. Mine sounds fantastic!

I have this powering infinity reference 6820cs comps in the front, reference 6822cf's in the back, and a 10 inch kappa 104.7w sub. The sub is only getting 300RMS and it pounds!
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