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No way does this amp only make 60 watts bridged. I have it pushing a MTX 4000 12" woofer, and when turned up, it hits pretty hard. No distortion. It is in a Chevy Colorado, so the small cab probably helps, but there is no question that this amp easily pushes this sub. This could be a case of the final product being greater than the sum of its parts. The amp makes better power than its rated, and the subwoofer is extremely efficient. When you use a smaller amp like myself, cheaper subs are usually better. They tend to have a higher sensativity rating. More expesive subs arent usually as sensative, but if your throwing 500+ watts at it, and they can take that and more, it doesnt really matter. The amp seems to run cool, even after running it pretty hard for about 20 minutes. I have had a Kicker IX2302 amp in the past for two JL Audio W3's I was running, and have loved the impulse amp lineup ever since. Even though the ZR line was thought to be the higher end amps, the Impulse line gives you way more bang for your buck.
None. This amp does more than you would think. Kicker should have never discontinued the impulse amps, they were and still are great amps for the dollar.
Great product at an even better price
Similar Products Used:
MTX RT2200, Kicker ZR300, Kicker IX2302