Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: CANADA! Montreal (party city), Quebec
if there's no rms marked and it's that cheap, don't waste your time. A few years ago, when I knew sh*t all about audio equipment, I paid like $170 for a so-called ''5000w'' amplifier for my system. No rms value marked or anything, but the box said all sorts of useless crap that every amp should have or else it's not an amp....long story short, my friend from bestbuy car audio installs the amp, and after 3 days, amp is dead. Piece of crap. Again, don't waste your time. If it's that cheap and it says that there's that much power, it's too good to be true. Go with brand named products that have good reviews, especially for car audio, since you can really f*ck stuff up and lose lots of money.