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Poormanq45 
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I'm looking for a 4 channel amp. 50w rms x 4 is enough at 4 ohms of course
I'd like it to have seperate gains for the front and back speakers(different power ratings).
Price range ~$0~$150
thanks for the input
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Poormanq45 
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Do all of those have seperately adjustable gains?
ANd which one of those would you recommend?
ANymore recommendations?
Thanks for the help
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Poormanq45..
look at customsuburbs 2nd link. Its the 4-channel of that 2-channel us acoustics that's be so popular around here lately. I just bought one and I like it.
It is the cheapest of those three *and* has lowest THD eh?
http://www.cardomain.com/item/USAUSC4065
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Poormanq45 
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OK, I think i'll go with the US acoustics amp.
Is the car domain store a reputable website?
Poormanq45 
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Do you have any input on this amp?
http://www.onlinecarstereo.com/CarAudio/ProductDetail.aspx?Productid=13987
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the Polk C400.4 (or whatever the model # is) is great...
oh, wait, that's a $500 amp. Silly me...
-Drew
oh yeah, see if crutchfield still has the MB Quart amps on sale. Don't rember the price or specs, but it was a great amp at a killer deal...
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Poormanq45 thanks for starting this thread because I was about to start one along the same line. I am also looking for a 4 channel amp between 50-70 rms but money isn't as much of a factor say up to $350 but I want one with built in crossovers on the front and back channels. As much as I love that US acoustics amp it doesn't seem to have that. Any Ideas or suggestions?
Anyone have any experiences with these?
http://www.cardomain.com/item/CLAAPA4320
http://www.cardomain.com/item/KENKAC8452
http://www.cardomain.com/item/HIFTX4405
Poormanq45 
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LOL, yeah I'm not looking for anythign too expensive. I just need a descent amp to get off of HU power
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