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master5 
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true, true.

The ferrari probably has a 3 month warranty if that and something as basic as an oil change on a ferrari is probably thousands. But..If I could afford a ferrari and it's constant maintenance..I would still think it was the better car...but since I have hyundia pockets..I believe the Hyundai is way better..lol

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Sony car audio - unless it's an old-school ES - is good for only a couple of things: target practice and bonfires.  Debate, Sony vs. HiFonics - Page 2 - Last Post -- posted image.  And Pyramid makes one heck of a fine doorstop.
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hey dont be dissing pyramids lol, my first system i had 2 12" pyramid subwoofers and a 600watt pyramid amp. ALRIGHT FINE THEY SUCKED LOL but they where cheap and i sold them for a profit after beating the crap out of them xD. i prolly hit a whopping 120db!!!!! which prolly came from my 6x9 speakers lol.
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120db of alternator whine?  Now thats impressive...Debate, Sony vs. HiFonics - Page 2 - Last Post -- posted image.
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haha, thanks fellas. i just showed him all the replys. :) stephen, that was a good one.
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master5 wrote:

who cares? If the amp is serving it's purpose..and is not breaking down every other day..then that is the best amp.

Example..which car is better...a hyundai or a ferrari? well it depends right.the hyundai is probably more reliable...gets way better gas milage..the whole car costs less then a ferrari rim and tire, much lower insurance..and it can haul more groceries and passangers.

But the ferrari is much faster, handles much better and you have a better chance of picking up chicks with it.

So which is better? If you can afford the ferrari, I bet you would think it was better.

THE perfect analogy.

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