Rockford Fosgate Prime 600-Watt 5-Channel Amplifier (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- P.O.W.E.R. (Power Output Without Excessive Regulation)
- On board Punch Bass
- 12dB/octave crossover
- 50 Watts x 4 + 200 Watts x 1 @ 4-Ohm
- 75 Watts x 4 + 300 Watts x 1 @ 2-Ohm
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Top Customer Reviews
Oh yeah, there is a dial called "Punch Control" that you can run anywhere in your car that lets you control the subwoofer power levels directly via this switch. It is one of the best features this amp has to offer because of how much music varies in the bass level. If I could have a second go at it, I would have gotten the 1000W amp. But i got this for a steal on amazon warehouse deals
Four of the channels are powered with a standard analog class A/B amp at either 50 watts per channel at 4 ohms, or 75 watts per channel at 2 ohms. I'm running Polk DB 6.5" 2-way components in the front and Infinity Kappa 6"x8" coaxials in the rear doors.
The subwoofer channel is a digital class D amp that pumps out 200 watts at 4 ohms or 300 watts at 2 ohms. May not be ideal for someone looking to rattle the cars next to them, but it puts out very tight, clean bass through my 10" Alpine Type S sub in a sealed box.
I can't recommend this amp highly enough! Tons of clean power in a very compact package.
I wanted something strong and yet I did not want a lot of AMPs in the hatch. I used to always think putting a sub AMP and hen 4way was best. I heard a 5way JL once and it was impressive, but expensive. I tried Fosgate in the past and they were good and can say this one did not disappoint. I am running a 12" sub, and 4 Infinity 6.5 in the doors. Total system under $800 and sounds like 2 grand.
I'm running this in 4 ohm so all the channels are clean and clear even at high volumes. This amp has added the much needed depth to the sound in my truck.
It calls for an 80amp fused connection. I'm running it through a 60 amp fuse and have not had any issues yet. I have the gain level set at about 7 and everything sounds great.
I will update in a couple months.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Installed great sound excellent bass delivered as advertisedPublished on July 16, 2014 by Eric Phillips
I am running 4 infinity 6"x9"s at 2 ohms and a dual voice coil infinity 12" sub in a ported box at 2 ohms. Read morePublished on June 5, 2013 by FLGatorengineer
great Low price amp from Rockford Fosgate.
i like the price for the quality you get.
I would recommened these to anyone who wants to do an upgrade. Read more
This is my 4th RF amp, but my 1st 5 channel amp. I am tired of having 2 amps for my stereo. This amp has the perfect amount of power for me. Read morePublished on April 7, 2013 by MusicFan137
I bought this thinking it would sound close to what my other Rockford Punch P400-4 sounds like. It doesn't i am sending it back. It sounds distorted to me. Read morePublished on March 30, 2013 by R. Sanborn
We've used these before. right for the job and reliable xxxxxxx xxx xx xx x x x x x xPublished on March 15, 2013 by BBQ Bill Wyko