Alpine MRX-F35 4/3/2 Channel X-Power Digital Amplifier
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- MRX-F35 - Alpine 4-Channel X-Power Series Amplifier
- High Efficiency Digital Circuit Design
- Adaptive Feedback Global Modulation Topology
- Variable Bass EQ
- Dimensions (WxHxD): 9-7/8'' x 2-1/4'' x 9''
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MRX-F35 4/3/2 Channnel X-Power Digital Amplifier 85W RMS x 4 (2Î©, 14.4V, MRX-F35 - Alpine 4-Channel X-Power Series Amplifier High Efficiency Digital Circuit Design Adaptive Feedback Global Modulation Topology Variable Bass EQ Dimensions (WxHxD): 9-7/8'' x 2-1/4'' x 9''
Top Customer Reviews
Once I had everything installed with the Alpine amp driving things, my concerns were eliminated. The sound quality is amazing. Its not better than the T400, but to my ear, its just as clear and clean. Also, I have the gains turned up a little higher than I did on the T400 and am getting plenty of power with no clipping or distortion. Gains are set at barely past the half way mark.
As for the connections, they are solid and I was able to get enough torque on the set screws to feel good that the wires will not wiggle loose and the set screws did not strip at all. I am not using the crossovers on the amp because I have an Alpine 147BT head unit with adjustable crossovers built in. I chose to use those and just run the amp itself on full pass.
The one major benefit to this amp is that for the amount of power you get, the amp is relatively small. It takes up less space than the amp I replaced and for the way I use the amp, I am not losing any benefits. The only minor thing is that the T400 could run a 2 ohm load in bridged mode, which for a while I was running a subwoofer with the 2 rear channels. The Alpine is not stable at 2 ohms in bridged mode, so if my sub amp ever has issues, I can't just connect it to the rear channels of the Alpine. Not a big deal, just nice to have a back up option if something goes wrong on a long trip.