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bassrace69 
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Actually I was looking for feedback as well. I do have 2 of their cw woofers and I love the low bass it has. Hits hard. Using a Memphis 1500-d and wondering if the massive amps would be a better fit? When I can afford it LoL-
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Tell your buddy to give you demo pricing and pound the hell out them see how they hold up. I have done this on a couple of occasions with my younger clients. They tend to be rough on the equipment which in my eyes is a good test. Then post results in 6 months or if you blow them to piecesMassive audio good or bad? - Page 2 -- posted image................
soufkackicustom 
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Sorry if this is an old thread, but I found it while serching the web..  Massive makes some good stuu, your not gonna beat it for the price (subs/amps)  If you stick to the P series amps,Theres a no fault warrenty, if you blow it, they send you a new one in like 3 days, the competition amps are a bit harder to get worked on.  The power rating is real, I run a p1500.1 on a L7 15 and it pounds, 2 L7 15 barly handel the P3000.1.  Id rank it up there with your name barand amps (kicker, RF,...ect)  Budget Subs, The PW is inbetween Kicker Comps and CVRs, Iam running 8 of the PW12 s now.  The RW series Have a very smmoth sound to the, and they will pound.  I had two tens in a prefabbed wedge box and most people thought I had 2 -12s.  The RWs have to be broke in, they smell like band aids till they are broke in.  Pound them out of the box, they will lock up.  Break them in, and you golden
mauri197 
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ive worked with their amps here in chicago and let me tell you those amps impresed me we had customers come back because they would just keep bloing there subs as far as the amps i tyhin those amps havent been out that long for people to know bout them but belive me they hit as far as their subs cant really tell you mostly carried the amps from a distributor
maliboom 
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Posted: November 12, 2006 at 11:50 AM / IP Logged  

All i have to say is do your research and take advantage of the warrenty if in fact it is no fault. check the fine print on that one never had a company offer that before.

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