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... and is this the one many of you are using?




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You didn't state how many speakers you're planning to drive. If only driving 2 speakers, get the 2 channel one, it has 25 more watts per channel.

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You didn't state how many speakers you're planning to drive. If only driving 2 speakers, get the 2 channel one, it has 25 more watts per channel.
The bike has 4 speakers, wouldn't I want to drive all 4?

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http://www.arcaudio.com/p/ks-125-4-mini?pp=24

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Not sure why you'd direct me to a different product at almost 3 times the price of the one I'm looking at ... unless I'm missing something??

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Good price on the best amp you can get for the money. Go for it. I love mine and they are built good. Oh, and ALWAYS get a 4 channel amp.. because you don't want to have to buy another amp down the road when you add more speakers (cause you know you will )
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other than house + pro equipment there are NO guidelines on how the amp power is rated. they may say 100 watts X 4 channel, but at what distortion!! a little research on-line will tell you what is what!!!
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SilvT Did you buy the PBR300x4 in the end?
I looked at it recently, great price for what you get. But after doing a lot of reading of various forums, I got a deal on the upgraded model T400x4ad. More exxy, but I won't need to change it out for more power, reliability, features later. Your 2c may value differently to mine of course

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