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    Default Anybody got an amp recommendation?

    Simple question, I'm looking for recommendations for a 4 channel amp to power 2 component and 2 2-way speakers. Budget is under $200. System as follows:

    HU- Pioneer DEH-P4800MP
    FRONTS- Infinity 6010CS (6 1/2" components)
    REARS- MTX TDX6502 (6 1/2" 2-ways)

    Thanks in advance for any help in making my decision.

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    Here you go...

    http://www.crutchfield.com/S-mT4G44D...+amp&i=236T564




    I had this one for a while. Good amp with nice power output.
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    Do not buy Infinity amp (7541??). It is a POS amp...very noisy. This opinion is shared by MANY consumers.

    So, buy something else. MTX is a good amp.

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    Oh yeah, i forgot...the Infinity Reference components are very good for the price. So, just get a clean amp to power your speakers.

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    That MTX is gonna be hard to beat. Thats a discontinued model so you can get it for a song but its still high quality.
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    I purchased that amp myself. Got that one for the speakers and the 942 off some online store for 260. I had the 311D from the same series for a year and never had a problem running it 4 hours a day in texas heat w/ no a/c.

    To give you an idea, the 942 is well under-rated, advertised power is around 650 or so, and the birth sheet has it putting out just under 800 watts rms at 12.2 volts.

    I bought a 564 from car toys for 270 after tax and it was putting out 481 rms bridged, the one from crutchfield is putting out 400, so its all in the unit you get. *The advertised rms is 360*

    100 watts per channel is enough to efficiently power just about any quality speakers you purchase.

    That 3 year warranty is hard to pass up as well...

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