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Customer Review Summary for Boss CX350
Average Customer Rating is 4.4 out of 5 stars:
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July 10, 2008 great for the price
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steven from Reliance, WY
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i have this amp powering 2 Dual xs6933 6X9 3 way on 2 channels and 2 boss tw12 tweeters on the other 2 and it powers them all very well with good sound although i do have some trouble getting my mids out the description is wrong though this amp does not have crossovers and its not bridgeable the only real problem I have so far is alternator wine at very low volumes but i have nothing on any of my lines to prevent this ether so i thought its to be expected its nothing enough to bother me it is very good for the price
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August 12, 2013 Cheap amp. nothing impressive to offer. not durable
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hampsterblade from Dayton, OH
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I've been using this amp in my car for about 6 months now and it works pretty well for a basic amp driving the 4 Polk audio 6.5s in my car. Unfortunately that's all that was good about it. The there are no preouts so splitting my channels from back to front was way more difficult than it should have been. The amp has no filtering what so ever. It amplifies power noise pretty bad. I had to install ground loop isolators despite my signal and power being far apart. My Rockford fosgate amp doesn't have this problem. No hi-pass or low-pass, but I knew that before hand I really wish it had a hi-pass as my speakers don't like really low bass and I have a sub. The high-level input had nothing but ground loop noise. Couldn't get it to work at all. The last big problem, after 6 months use the 3+4 channels completely died. Now I have to run my rear speakers off the head unit again.
If you have 20 more bucks, I'd recommend getting something a little more solid.
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