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DJ_Curtiz Jan 13, 11:08pm - #374073 
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ok so Im tired ofhaving three amps in my car

so im thinking of going with this TOMORROW so I need you guys's opinion on this amp.. its supposedly new and not much feedback on the web about it yet.. I have infinity subs so I like the brand as it is.. what do you guys think????

Features

6-channel amplifier: Pumps out 56 watts by 4 channels plus 107 watts by 2 channels at 4 ohms. Bridging the channels yields 148 watts by 2 channels plus 287 watts by 1 channel.

Selectable crossovers: The high pass and low pass crossovers filter out the appropriate frequencies, and send them to the correct drivers to get the best sound from your speakers. The subwoofer output is low-pass only.

Dynamic Bass Optimizer: Enhances low-frequency reproduction and allows you to fine-tune the bass in your system to optimize performance.

MOSFET power supply: Ensures optimum power delivery into numerous impedances with low distortion.

http://www.circuitcity.com/rpsm/oid/109909/rpem/ccd/productDetail.do#tabs






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FloydianSlip6 Jan 13, 11:11pm - #374074 

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what's the output on it??
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Speed4TheNeed Jan 13, 11:13pm - #374075 

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are those watt measurements rms or peak?

if its rms--i'd jump on it thumbsup
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FloydianSlip6 Jan 13, 11:17pm - #374076 

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sounds nice. If you want it go for it.

I'm a JL brat myself idunno
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Speed4TheNeed Jan 13, 11:19pm - #374077 

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jl, audiobahn, pioneer...infinity is up there though.

beats the socks off of jlb & sony...i'd usually put rockford fosgate in there but they've actually improved quite a bit..i like they're new stuff
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DJ_Curtiz Jan 13, 11:20pm - #374078 
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yeah those are RMS numbers eek

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DJ_Curtiz Jan 13, 11:22pm - #374079 
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http://www.infinitysystems.com/caraudio/product.aspx?ProdId='REF5760A'&Ser=REF&Cat=AMP grin

Specifications
CEA Rated: Yes
Power Output: 56 watts RMS x 4 channels + 107 watts RMS x 2 channels at 4 ohms and ≤ 1% THD + Noise 148 watts x 2 + 287 watts x 1 at 4 ohms, 14.4V supply and ≤ 1% THD + N2
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 82dBA (reference 1 watt at 4 ohms)
Dynamic Power: 117 watts (channels 1,2,3,4); 163 watts (channels 5,6)
Effective Damping Factor: 6.373 at 4 ohms
Frequency Response ( 3dB): 10Hz to 57kHz (channels 1,2,3,4) 10Hz to 302Hz (channels 5,6)
Maximum Input Signal: 6.3V
Maximum Sensitivity: 250mV
Output Regulation: .063dB at 4 ohms
MSRP U.S. $: $474.95


Owner's Manual for:
- REF AMP OM FINAL rev 3-15-04.pdf





The Reference 5760a's high-output PWM MOSFET power supply ensures optimum power delivery into numerous impedances with low distortion.

High-level and low-level inputs are provided allowing you to interface the Reference 5760a with either an aftermarket or factory installed head unit.

Optional remote level bass control available.

The 7540a comes outfitted with three variable 12dB per octave electronic crossovers allowing you to optimize system tuning based on speaker selections and location.

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DJ_Curtiz Jan 13, 11:26pm - #374080 
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I guess my question is, I have the 4 components and my dual twelves, so I would be in 5 channel mode


56 watts RMS x 4 (components) They r rated at 80 Max so idunno
287 watts RMS x 1 (subs)


I think this should be enough confused

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Speed4TheNeed Jan 13, 11:35pm - #374081 

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that should definately be enough, curtis...depending on what kind of load ur 12s carry but for even above average subs you should be doing fine.
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silverOOgts Jan 14, 1:00am - #374082 

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12s are too low for a celica, i guess my opinion, i had 2 kicker comp vrs, it was too much, i want to go with one 10" something nuts, and a 2 channel in like a 5th or 6th order box tuned for 2 seperate freq. i think thats a 6th order, they pound and have a nasty curve on the scale. Ive tried to design them, they just beat the subs to hard and tear the coils out of them in a couple days. Im stupid, so that why they dont work

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Lucky_317 Jan 14, 1:00am - #374083 

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1% THD eek that would turn me off right there. I dont even like .05% lol

but I'm sure its not bad for non-competition stuff and if you're simply lookin for loud.

CC usually carries decent stuff.

also please dont tell me you're using 2, 2 channel amps to run your highs?

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Speed4TheNeed Jan 14, 2:29am - #374084 

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^^ my GUESS was that the 3 amps were 1 4-channel (or bridged 2 channel) and 2 monos for the subs
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SnowFire Jan 14, 6:34am - #374085 

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go for it thumbsup
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DJ_Curtiz Jan 14, 4:46pm - #374086 
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I was 2x 2 channel and 1xmono I know I know overkill but I had them sorta lying around

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Lucky_317 Jan 14, 11:04pm - #374087 

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howd i know it was 2 amps for the highs rofl you should slap your hand lol

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hkysk8r86 Jan 15, 6:15am - #374088 

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Originally Posted by Speed4TheNeed
are those watt measurements rms or peak?

if its rms--i'd jump on it thumbsup


^^^ also, you're going to be powering Kappa Perfects? or just regular Infinity Subs?
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