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Old 10th April 2011, 03:07 AM   #1
Rob B is offline Rob B  United States
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Hey all, I'm looking to do a budget set up for my truck. I got a couple of older Powerbass black 12s, i know they aren't the best but for 30 a piece, I hear they're some of the better entry level subs. anyways, I'm looking for a good amp for it and I've come down to two options. what I've found locally within my budget is either a Interfire d1700.1 or a crossfire vr600d

They're both 1 ohm stable class d 1ch amps, I like the crossfire because its made in America but which one will realy sound better? I'm mostly looking for sq but dont want to sacrifice loudness too much. from what i understand both of those amps are underrated and good quality so its a tough choice.

any opinions welcome.

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