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Customer Review Summary for Rockford Fosgate Power T1000-1bdCP
Average Customer Rating is 4.9 out of 5 stars:
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January 11, 2013 Great amp.
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Chris from Atlanta, GA
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Okay, I have had quite a time deciding on an amp. I started out being cheap and bought a cheap-o GLX series Hifonics 1000 watt monoblock and wired up my Type-R's for 1 ohm. (1242D's in a sealed box with 1.17 cubic feet per chamber) That setup nailed the low sustained bass notes, but completely failed at anything that required any sort of quick pitch changes. So, I returned that amp, opted to wire the subs in 4 ohm hoping to fix the poor response, and bought a beefy Hifonics Brutus 2400 to push the 4 ohm load. That setup fixed the poor response, but failed to provide enough power to comfortably push the low lows. Not to mention, I had to turn the gain almost all the way up to reach a moderate output level. I was disappointed, so I sent it back as well and decided, "No more cheap brands!" Having had Rockford amps in the past and being happy with them, I decided to fork out the money for this guy. Problems solved. Birth sheet stated ~850 @ 4, ~1250 @ 2, and ~1430 @ 1. My 100 amp alternator struggles to keep up though. If your serious about sound quality, spend the extra money on a good amp. I learned the hard way. Thanks to Sonic for all their help.
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