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Old 07-27-2007, 03:54 PM   #1
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I got this off ebay with fingers kinda crossed and it is not that bad, has the ability at higher volume to sound nice, lower volume kinda there I am giving it 55 watts which it is rated 55-150, so you may try it, I am going to give it more power soon.

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I have heard that those Punch 45'* are wicked. One of my professors at school used one and wired it down to 1/4 of an ohm and ran 32 speakers off of it in audio comps back in the day. (He also modded the heck out of the amp) Thats a good buy.
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So, how does it sound? I have always liked those.
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So, how does it sound? I have always liked those.
Well at lower volume nothing, get higher sounds good, I ma gettin gready to give it more power that should also help.
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What do you have for my mids/highs?
What about a head? How does it balance out.
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What do you have for my mids/highs?
What about a head? How does it balance out.
I have a panasonic head unit, Panasonic 4x6 plates in front door and Pioneer 61/2 component set in back that is a passive cross over and 7-16 soft dome tweeter with 61/2 power by a pioneer amp 100x4 one channel to each speaker gain is up on rear and down on fronts with high pass crossover set on amp. Sounds really good can turn it up like 35 and sounds great no speakers bottoming out or any other concerns


I will say I have about 2 hours of listing and tweaking involved in the balance of the setting on the amps and stereo, kinda over kill but worth every second spent on it.
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Looks good to me. Definitely gonna have to upgrade the stereo in my next ride, I can't take a factory one anymore.
I don't blame you for taking the time to get ti right. I hate when people spend money and take no time to get good sound. They just equate loud with good.
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