Alpine MRV-T757

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Description:
2/1 Channel V12 Series Amplifier

 
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Reviewed by:
Nath


Review Date
June 26, 2014

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

Used product for
More than 1 year

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5.00 of 5, 2.00 votes

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Review 1 of 19

Price Paid:  $800.00 from Australia

Year / Model Reviewed:
2000 Alpine MRV-T757

Strengths:
13 years on and it's still running as it did from day one..

Weaknesses:
Its a 13yr old amp thats still running true... what weakness?!

Summary:
Purchased this amp brand new in 2000, initially powered my 2 x 10" Type R subs for 7 years. Then has been rested the past 5+ years and only reinstalled today into a brand new car matched to some Soundstream component speakers

Similar Products Used:
Alpine PDX - bought and sold off, didnt have the heart to sell the T757 and glad I didn't..!



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Reviewed by:
DJ. D.I.B.I.L.I.


Review Date
November 25, 2007

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 4 of 5

Used product for
More than 1 year

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4.92 of 5, 97.00 votes

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Review 2 of 19

Price Paid:  $400.00 from a friend in 2003

Year / Model Reviewed:
 Alpine V12 MRV-T 757

Strengths:
The paramatic eQ and +12db really enhances the expeirience. Will and wants to be driven hard. This is what they designed it for. Bang for the buck its a steal.

Weaknesses:
I will leave this blank just like my mind is in this box.

Summary:
This is a great amp for any one that wants it to be loud. I have the "Focal SB 30 A1" if you never heard of focal, you need to get informed. This amp gives it more than enough clean smooth bass. It never let me down for 4 years i had it and still going strong as i continualy push it. I'm thinking of selling but finding it very hard to part with. It would have to go with the sub, they are perfect for each other. I'm thinking this is a perfect amp for mid bass with a pair of good quality 8". After many years this amp had been made, it still looks better than almost all amps going today in its division. I never ran in a compotion although everyone said i should so that has to say something for only one 13" sub and the Alpine V12 MRV-T 757 to turn that amount of heads. Like everyone is saying, whow knows how many true watts i'm getting? The proof is in the pounding. Alpine has always had a footprint in this industry and not too long ago was on top of the food chain.



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Reviewed by:
phantom240



Review Date
June 21, 2005

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

Used product for
3 Months to 1 year

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4.88 of 5, 90.00 votes

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Review 3 of 19

Price Paid:  $150.00 from eBay

Year / Model Reviewed:
 Alpine MRV-T757

Strengths:
Smooth, clean, loud bass. Good EQ setup. Almost never shuts off.

Weaknesses:
Gets a little hot to the touch, but why would you touch a hot amp anyway?

Summary:
Well when i came into the car audio scene, the first amp i bought was a bazooka. Well that bazooka blew both my sub and itself. I looked on eBay, which is where i get most of my stuff from, and saw this amp. Well i knew alpine was good, and i wanted a 2 channel amp, so i bought it. I didnt know the specs on it, when i found out i was like "aww i got a wussy amp!". when i wired her up, the subs i had hooked up blew me away. Even in my acura, it thumps the night away. It has only shut off once on me, which was on a road trip and my trunk was already about 100 degrees. Anyway, i had it tested at a local audio shop, and this amp is highly underrated. It put out 150% of what it was rated for at 13v. This amp is simple to use, and puts out huge sound for small bucks.

Similar Products Used:
Bazooka ELA 300.1 mono amp (poop). Rockford fosgate punch 600 (also poop, expensive poop)



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Reviewed by:
dencil newsome


Review Date
July 15, 2003

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

Used product for
More than 1 year

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4.95 of 5, 97.00 votes

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Review 4 of 19 , from kentucky

Price Paid:  $250.00 from friend

Year / Model Reviewed:
 mrv-t757

Strengths:
blew tons of speakers, mtx, depth chargers, rf, on and on.. if it was a woman i would marry it..

Weaknesses:
found out how to blow the chips without blowing the fuse. try letting the wires touch together for a few hours of play. but i will have it fixed back...

Summary:
perfect amp to make some waves.. 2/1 channel..40 amp fused , mosfet powered, alpine v-12, including the battery direct post, parame eq, filter,0-180 phase, (mono, stereo, 1+2) input modes.. rca input/outputs.. sorry not sissy car stereo inputs,, rca only..

Similar Products Used:
rockford fosgate 4.6x // cooked the day it was hooked up



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Reviewed by:
rick


Review Date
July 11, 2003

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

Used product for
More than 1 year

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5.00 of 5, 87.00 votes

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Review 5 of 19

Price Paid:  $0.00

Strengths:
good clean strong power

Weaknesses:
none though i wish i had bought the mrv-1507 but that was my weakness not the amps

Summary:
i have had this amp for over three years and it has never let me down. i've used it to power subs from diamond audio infinty and a few other brands it's never shut down and sounds great. does what it says it will and more.



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