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rspoon16 
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You can find them occasionally on Craigs list, I have an electronics shop near my house that specializes in older car audio stuff and many times they will have consignment, you can still find them, it just takes patience, I got the one to run my sub (rubicon Angina) off the net.
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Every review I have looked at on the denon states how it skips badly, and can only play store bought cd's, are you sure you want that pain?
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rspoon16 
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Good point, no I dont want any more headaches. I think wiring alone will be enough of a headache. I just bought that soundstream Rubicon 4ch amp on Ebay. Wonderful!! That part was easy. OK, so, now back to the HU. Any suggestions?
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How much are you willing to spend?
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rspoon16 
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For the HU I would Like to get out for under $1000.00. I have seen some that I like in the $800.00 Range. Of Course, If I could find a good one for less that would be great. I might go a little higher but I would have to know its worth the money.
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[QUOTE=rspoon16] I guess I shouldnt say bottoming out, Just lack of power. I have made high density foam enclosures(baskets) so they should be pretty well sealed up".
This could be part of your bottoming problem. The Quarts are designed for inf. baffle mounting. Unless you have built the proper foam enclosures you might not be loading the drivers correctly.
rspoon16 
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Thats a good point you bring up. I am not sure that the enclosures are properly built to specs. Not even sure what specs are correct. I reallly was just trying to keep some of the rattle down of door panels etc.
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