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Old 11th May 2005, 05:46 PM   #1
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Default Precision Power DCX 1000.4 Opinions?

Just registered and Im lookin for an opinion on an amplifier. Heres the story. I just finished a sound system in stall in my 2004 Tahoe and low and behold my car gets broken into and my stuff gets stolen. Heres what I had
Alpine CVA-1004
Alpine DVA-5210
Kicker KX 650.4
Kicker KX 1200.1
(2) Kicker S12L7 Subs
(2) Headrest Screens
(2) Pair Boston Acoustics Pro 6.5 speakers

I need to replace the amplifiers in the system since I have already bought a IVA-D300 and the Subs weighed so much the guys couldnt steal em and they didnt bother with removing the door panel for the Bostons, although I think Im starting to not like Boston Acoustics anymore since one of the speakers already went out.

What do you think about the
Precision Power DCX 1000.4? Worth it?
any suggestions on 2 amplifiers and new door speakers to go with in this system would be great!
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