Review 3 of 5
, from Phila, PA|
4-channel 400 watt amp. HP and LP filters. Rugged and strong designed. Great for pushing your front and rear speakers. It's claimed of being capable of putting out 600 watts bridged (300w x 2). I don't know for sure, but alot of places says that. I never tried it to push a subwoofer, but it's nice to know that the power is there if I ever need it. For now it's just for my front and rear speakers.
The edges were designed so that you have to leave them off if you weren't hiding the wiring. Seems very hollow inside for an amp.
I paid $100 New!!! It runs about $175 elsewhere, but I got a great deal for it. I remember Crutchfield selling it a couple of months ago for $249, but maybe the price dropped. It's a good amp for a beginner. Very flexible to basically do whatever you want it to do. And for the price it's not bad. Has easy to follow instructions. I would recommend it for beginners.
Similar Products Used:
Orion XTR400.4 (4-channel 400watts). Comparing the 2 is no competition. But they are both 4 channels 400 watts. Orion is by far the better amp, but it's about twice the price of the Jensen.