i had bad luck with that amp. it worked for a week and then one channel didn't work anymore. i took it back to circuit city because was just using as temporary amp anyways. i used it for my components and when i compared it to a ppi a300 and orion 250g4, those 2 blew that audiobahn amp out of the water in terms of output and sound quality. i think u should find another brand.
well the audiobahn A800t/A8002t seem to be getting alot of good feedback so i was just wondering if this amp was kindof like those two...
so this amp has poor reliability? because it has a very tempting price on it and i don't think i can get another amp that will fit my need(1X300/400 at 4ohms) for that price
that was just my experience. i've had bad experience with audiobahn subs and amps overall so thats why i don't like audiobahn, and most people would agree. but u could find a used mtx or jbl for just a bit more and they are much more reliable in my opinion.
allright thanks man... how do you think a PPI art series 300.2 will push an atlas sub? both are said to have 300w rms but i don't know if that 300w rms on the amp is at 4ohms--would you guys have any idea?
yes the PPI a300.2 is 300watts bridged @ 4 0hms. i'll only recommend using if your going to use a sealed box since it doesn't have subsonic filter and also only if u have a good headunit because the ppi doesn't have any crossovers so your sub will play not only the bass but the full range of sound. otherwise the ppi a300.2 is a great amp, underrated.