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on August 17, 2011
OOKAY! let me start off saying, THIS IS NO 6000 WATT AMP! A true 6000 watt amp should be as big as my cavalier's back seat. this thing is small. its about as big as my kicker 600 watt amp... and just for HAHA's i brought it to the guys at best buy to see what they had to say about it. and they ran some tests, and they said its peak power WITH 0 gauge wire is 1400 RMS! Also the power and ground terminals are 4 gauge. a true 6000 watt amp would have 0 gauge terminals. As of right now im pumping one quantum audio 12 inch 3000 watt sub 1500 RMS. and the amp heats up like a mother. but now i know that the amp peaks out at 1400 RMS i guess i can bridge the amp... because my sub's RMS peak is 1500... so when i get another quantum i guess ill have to use my distribution block and get another one of these amps. still be cheaper then a TRUE 6000 watt amp... so i guess either way i can make it work.