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Old 03-06-2009, 02:36 PM
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Boss Audio Riot Gt980 VS PROFILE California AP1000M

A GUY WANTS TO TRADE ME FOR HIS BOSS AMP...HE SAYS ITS 1200W AND 5 CHANNEL VS MY 1000W AMP MONO...I HAVE A KICKER L5 SO WHICH ONE WOULD BE BETTER SHOULD I KEEP MY AMP OR TRADE IT??
 
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Old 03-06-2009, 02:47 PM
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umm u should keep ur monoblock
 
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Old 03-06-2009, 02:55 PM
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Why would you trade a sub amp for a speaker amp?
 
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boss is pretty much junk
 
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more or less jus need power...seriously...in the process of saving but a guy wanted to trade....he also says he has a 1200w hifonics amp...not sure exactly which model...would it be better than the amp i have now?
 
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Old 03-06-2009, 03:11 PM
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Lol there is no difference between those amps. Boss is about the worst amp you can get, both those amps can prolly only putout 500w or so cleanly, if that. Not to mention a digital(D class) amp is much more efficient than a switching amp(A/B). The hifonics amp will definitely be better, but still not a good amp. I had a hifonics amp for about a week. Hifonics used to be good, but not for a long while.

EDIT: I'm sorry I thought you were saying both amps were Boss. Just stick with your amp. Hifonics like to burn so for all you know that amp could be on the verge of dieing. I'm not at all familiar with your amp, but you will know how good it is by how much you paid for it.
 
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alright makes perfect sense....as far as the amps its outta the question...but he has a 15 cvr in a box and im trying to trade him 2 12s for it....hints the 2 12s are pioneer(blue) and sony xplod.....lol...but hes trying to get the L5 off my hands im like sir no!! that cvr u have is no where near the finesse of my L5...lol
 
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Old 03-06-2009, 03:37 PM
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Originally Posted by AccordLXMaster View Post
that cvr u have is no where near the finesse of my L5...lol
Here we go again...

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Originally Posted by finch13 View Post
Here we go again...

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wat do u mean?..im being dead serious...that cvr that the guy has really doesnt cut it againt a 12 l5 now if your lookin for SQ which im not then of course i wouldnt go for a 15 cvr....so trust me im just stating facts
 
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Old 03-06-2009, 04:06 PM
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I had a 15" CVR and they are on the muddy side. I'd go as far as saying the L7 has better SQ. There's really no point in screwing him over trading those two 12"s for the CVR. You can get a 15" CVR for $100 brand new, so it's not like it's really worth something. I doubt he would do it anyways.


EDIT: How is this an amp emergency? If your amp isn't smoking it's not an emergency
 

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