Showing 6 reviews for VIBE Audio LiteBox Stereo 2 (LiteBox2)

Customer Review Summary for VIBE Audio LiteBox Stereo 2 (LiteBox2)
Average Customer Rating is 4.8 out of 5 stars:
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February 18, 2013 Great things in small packages
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Adversary from Lake Jackson, TX
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Compact, durable, great audio quality, all at a pretty reasonable price.
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October 3, 2012 Small,powerfull.
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PHILIP from CHURCHS FERRY, ND
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Using on a Kawasaki vn2000, fits in saddlebag,odd control location and dual gains,otherwise a great value! Auto on only works with hi-level input setting.
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April 8, 2012 Excellent value
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Chris from Ridgecrest, CA
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I've owned this amp for 6 months now. This amp is very small (roughly the footprint of a DVD case, and ~2-3" tall). Fits perfectly in the area between the cabin and trunk on my '01 Miata, so it doesn't take up any precious trunk space, and is completely out of sight. Sound quality seems very good hooked up to my Alpine Type-X Reference 6.5" components; noticeably better than before, when I was using my head unit's built-in amp (a larger, more expensive amp would probably offer slightly better sound quality, but I haven't noticed any particular flaws with the sound from this one - sounds fine to me; channel separation is decent, haven't noticed any crosstalk, all frequencies are clean and well-defined). Amp seems well-built, and I haven't had any issues with it overheating so far, even though it's tucked away and cut off from any real airflow. Overall, I'm extremely satisfied with the amp, and can't find anything bad to say about it. It isn't loaded with features, but it does have a variable high or low pass crossover, and a basic "bass boost" feature. The only real complaint I have is that the gain for the left and right channels are set individually via separate potentiometers, so you're never absolutely sure you've set both of them to the exact same setting - and that's a very minor complaint.
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March 26, 2012 Litebox GH class
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CzarZiggy from Erlanger, KY
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Purchased this unit to power a stereo in a small fish/ski boat. Sound and depth is incredible. Was looking for the G/H class for weight and power consumption, and heat. This amp fit the bill perfectly. Almost bought a second (and I have no need or anything to hook it up to) just because of its outstanding performance and features. It currently drives one set of Polk 6 1/2" component speakers, and one set of Kicker 5 1/2" speakers. The fish and skiers hear me coming.

Couldn't be happier with my purchase.
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March 17, 2012 decent little amp
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Lucas from Victoria, TX
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I have this amp mounted in my icechest radio with a set of Polk MM691's. I chose this amp because it is small and light. When it arrived I told my wife that if the amp was built half as good as the box it came in I would be happy. It puts out plenty of power and has a small footprint. I don't like the fact that the controls are on the bottom of the amp. You have to set everything and then mount it. It has a gain for the right and the left channels. The control for the right channel kept turning after it should have stopped. I thought it was broken but it turned back down and back up again, it just didn't stop at the end. I have used it for a few days and am pleased with the sound I am getting. It does get a little warm. I had a Kenwood amp in my last icechest radio and it didn't get this hot. It has not shut down from overheating yet.
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November 20, 2011 Vibe 2
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sawbrk1 from arlington wa
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I installed this amp in the fairing of my 2010 Street Glide. I had to do a few modifications inside the fairing to make it fit. I had to trim some plastic away from my speedometer and tachometer housings and also remove the stop from the top of my stock stereo to make it fit.

Was it worth it? You bet.

For half the price of most motorcycle specific amps, I got twice the power, and it really brought out the best in my 7-1/4 inch J&M speakers. I did make sure to waterproof the amp the best I could, by using waterproof tape over any seams in the housing. It's been 6 months since I installed this, and it's still going strong. When I was setting the amp up, we had the stereo turned up to 3/4 volume. About 5 minutes into it, a neighbor four houses down came and complained about the noise. We weren't doing this outside, we were in my garage. I can finally hear my stereo going down the freeway, with my fullface helmet on.
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