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Old 8th December 2004, 05:01 AM   #1
Pedro23 is offline Pedro23  United States
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i am interested in buying a new amp, i have found several that i like, but i dont know which one is "better". two amps are1 channel ,the MTX Thunder 1501D and the Pheonix Gold R15.0:1. they are both rated at 1000w rms at 2ohms and 1500w max. the other tw are two channel amps: the rockford Fosgate 1051S(1000w rms times 1 at 4ohms) and the Soundstream VGA 1600.2(1600w times one at 4ohms). which of these is best?

there are a few choices from rockford fosgate that i am considering, are they worth the cost(the older models)
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