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301 pages

The decline and fall of the American automobile industry

Creator: Brock W. Yates | Business & Economics - 1983-03

Analyzes the reasons for the failures of the American auto industry to compete with foreign imports and to make use of modern technology and styling

Publisher: Empire Books : Distributed by Harper & Row

About this book
Analyzes the reasons for the failures of the American auto industry to compete with foreign imports and to make use of modern technology and styling



147 pages

Farewell to Matters of Principle, Philosophical Studies

Creator: Odo Marquard | 1989-12-28

A series of translated essays covering German philosophy, literary theory and modern intellectual history, by the person considered to be the heir to Gadamar, Habermas and Blumenberg.

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

About this book
This book is the latest addition to the Odeon series, a multidisciplinary series devoted to original works and translations by European writers in the areas of literature, criticism, philosophy, history and politics. An English translation of the German best-seller Abschied vom Prinzipiellen, the book offers a series of essays that present a philosophy of human morality critical of philosophical utopianism. Marquard, widely considered the heir of Gadamer, Habermas, and Blumenberg, describes his role as "skeptical philosopher" and discusses the 18th-century formation of such themes and disciplines as aesthetics, philosophical anthropology, philosophy of history, the nature of myth and attempts to account for it, and hermeneutics.



226 pages

The Virtual Embodied, Presence/Practice/Technology

Creator: John Wood | 1998-09-18

The Virtual Embodied is intended to inform and provoke.

Publisher: Psychology Press

About this book
The Virtual Embodied is intended to inform and provoke. It juxtaposes cutting-edge theories, polemics, and creative practices to uncover ethical, aesthetic and ecological implications of why, how and in particular where, human actions, observations and insights take place. It refuses simply to hold a euphoric view of technology yet equally resists the apocalyptic scorn which surrounds the new. The contributors use a range of interdisciplinary strategies to point to a re-worked aesthetic for embodying knowledge and explore such areas as colonialism and the internet, the virtual unconscious in electronic systems, theatre as a virtual space, 'information' and the capitalist society, ecstatic bodies and the rave scene, desire and the 'virtual comfort' zone. In The Virtual Embodied many of the authors, artists, performers and designers apply their interdisciplinary passions to questions of embodied knowledge and virtual space.


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    WeatherTech Custom Fit Front FloorLiner for Infiniti G35/G37 (Black)

    Automotive Parts and Accessories (Weathertech)

    Rating (28 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Weathertech

    Fits perfect, except for...

    0 4/5 Illandous - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: WeatherTech Custom Fit Front FloorLiner for Infiniti G35/G37 (Black) (Automotive) This is a great product, recently my wife stepped in gum and then onto the floor mat and thank goodness this cleanable floorliner was in my Infiniti G37 2011. It allowed for quick cleanup. It should be noted that I received both the driver side and passenger side floorliners.My only gripe is that it was missing a hole for where the floor mat on the drivers side connects to the floor of the car. In my vehicle there are two places that hold the floor mat in place, however there is only one hole in the floor mat. I was able to place this floorliner over the floormat holder with minimal issues and the one hole that is in the floorliner is located correctly. The floormat does stay in place, but it bothers me there were not two holes for a perfect fit. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 15, 2011

    Great but not "perfect"

    0 5/5 Nathan B. - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: WeatherTech Custom Fit Front FloorLiner for Infiniti G35/G37 (Black) (Automotive) Fits great. But as said in an earlier review, it is missing a hole on the drivers side to make it "perfectly" flush. It is nearly unnoticeable but how difficult would it be to add another hole WeatherTech? Otherwise great product. Comes with both driver AND passenger floor mats. Highly recommended 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 20, 2012

    Works but not perfect

    0 4/5 Erin - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: WeatherTech Custom Fit Front FloorLiner for Infiniti G35/G37 (Black) (Automotive) These were a good buy overall, however, it is not a perfect fit. The car has two holes and the mat only has one. We had shopped other places and they all claimed they did not have the one for this model of the Infiniti, so we were surprised that we found it with Weather Tech. Come to find out, no, they don't actually have it, but it is very close. The driver is still satisfied with the product, but beware it isn't quite the fit they say. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 6, 2014
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    Planet Audio AC1500.1M ANARCHY 1500-watts Monoblock Class A/B 1 Channel 2 Ohm Stable Amplifier

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  • Planet Audio

    Planet Audio AC3000.1D ANARCHY 3000-watts Monoblock Class D 1 Channel 1 Ohm Stable Amplifier

    Car Audio or Theater (Planet Audio)

    Rating (256 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Planet Audio

    LoL! I hate that I like it!

    So... A 4000 watt peak power amp for less than $140(price includes next day shipping). Just get it. I bought this amp because my 2 expensive Orion XTR15001's blew. I bought this as a quick replacement amp/backup so i wouldn't be without bass for two long weeks. I had to send my amps in for repairs. Man, this thing has power for sure. My setup is: 6 Kicker CVR 12's dual 4ohms, wired down to 1.5 ohms, a huge custom vented box with 3 chambers 2-2-2(subs facing up/not a wall), I was somehow able to connect 0 guage wires, two Optima batteries, and some other goodies. All in a 3rd Gen Exploder. Comparing this amp to other high brand amps like Kicker, Orion, JL, Rockford, etc... this thing is awesome for the price. This amp basically forces power to your subs. The bad part is that it lacks clarity. Something that I truly look for when buying an amp. I feel like i have 4 15's in an old school boxed Chevy without dyno... It's kind of sloppy. If your system doesn't normally hit the highs, this... 4/5 The Guy - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Planet Audio AC4000.1D ANARCHY 4000-watts Monoblock Class D 1 Channel 1 Ohm Stable Amplifier (Electronics) So... A 4000 watt peak power amp for less than $140(price includes next day shipping). Just get it. I bought this amp because my 2 expensive Orion XTR15001's blew. I bought this as a quick replacement amp/backup so i wouldn't be without bass for two long weeks. I had to send my amps in for repairs. Man, this thing has power for sure. My setup is: 6 Kicker CVR 12's dual 4ohms, wired down to 1.5 ohms, a huge custom vented box with 3 chambers 2-2-2(subs facing up/not a wall), I was somehow able to connect 0 guage wires, two Optima batteries, and some other goodies. All in a 3rd Gen Exploder. Comparing this amp to other high brand amps like Kicker, Orion, JL, Rockford, etc... this thing is awesome for the price. This amp basically forces power to your subs. The bad part is that it lacks clarity. Something that I truly look for when buying an amp. I feel like i have 4 15's in an old school boxed Chevy without dyno... It's kind of sloppy. If your system doesn't normally hit the highs, this... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 8, 2013

    *WAS* very happy with my purchase

    i have 2 of these strapped together pushing my 2 15" kicker L7 2ohm dvcpros:*affordable*they aren't massive in size compared to "some" other higher priced amplifiers*easily adjusted*plenty of power: (RMS) 3.5kw@1ohm, 2.5kw@2ohm, 1.8kw@4ohmcons:*car needs a decent alternator+batteries to keep up*they get "pretty warm" in my torture tests but "not hot"other things you should keep in mind:i may be wrong, but here is my basic math to figure the power requirements of the alternator.lets use the rms wattage for a 2ohm single channel setup for one of these AC5000.1D's.2,500/12=208.333... simply divide the required wattage by the voltage the system runs on to get the required amperage.if you cant afford a good alternator you better invest in some very good deep cycle batteries and capacitors.dont forget to also invest in some good wiring too. solid copper 0gauge if you can... 1/5 Seth M. Curry "scurbox" - See all my reviews, April 10, 2012

    Could Not Be Happier

    I usually do not take the time to write reviews, but I think this product should receive some good feedback. Planet audio has actually been around a long time and has some really good products. I installed this amplifier in my dodge neon along with two Quantum audio QAW10D4 subwoofers rated 2500W each in a ported box.This amp has 4awg power connectors which I think is the only drawback. It should have 1/0 connectors. it comes with a 200A ANL external fuse with all hardware and mounting accessories. Some sites and forums are saying it has 4 40A fuses, but that is incorrect. The amp is rather large and very well built. It has 3500W RMS at 1 ohm, 5000max which is probably why it has that large of a fuse. It has good ventilation all around and underneath. The sound is very clean and so far I have not hit the audible distortion point and I definitely have not hit clipping, although I have not tried to push it that far yet. All of my deck bass levels and sub levels are flat at... 5/5 JayDogg "Jason" (Arizona) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Planet Audio AC5000.1D ANARCHY 5000-watts Monoblock Class D 1 Channel 1 Ohm Stable Amplifier (Electronics) I usually do not take the time to write reviews, but I think this product should receive some good feedback. Planet audio has actually been around a long time and has some really good products. I installed this amplifier in my dodge neon along with two Quantum audio QAW10D4 subwoofers rated 2500W each in a ported box.This amp has 4awg power connectors which I think is the only drawback. It should have 1/0 connectors. it comes with a 200A ANL external fuse with all hardware and mounting accessories. Some sites and forums are saying it has 4 40A fuses, but that is incorrect. The amp is rather large and very well built. It has 3500W RMS at 1 ohm, 5000max which is probably why it has that large of a fuse. It has good ventilation all around and underneath. The sound is very clean and so far I have not hit the audible distortion point and I definitely have not hit clipping, although I have not tried to push it that far yet. All of my deck bass levels and sub levels are flat at... Read more, June 29, 2012
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    Planet Audio AC5000.1D ANARCHY 5000-watts Monoblock Class D 1 Channel 1 Ohm Stable Amplifier

    Car Audio or Theater (Planet Audio)
    List Price: $499.00

    Switchable Input Sensitivity: 100mV-2V or 2V-8V
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  • Planet Audio

    Planet Audio AC1600.4 ANARCHY 1600-watts Full Range Class A/B 4 Channel 2 Ohm Stable Amplifier

    Car Audio or Theater (Planet Audio)
    List Price: $184.00

    Input Sensitivity Selector
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    Planet Audio AC2600.2 ANARCHY 2600-watts Full Range Class A/B 2 Channel 2 Ohm Stable Amplifier

    Car Audio or Theater (Planet Audio)
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    2600 WATTS MAX POWER
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  • Planet Audio

    Planet Audio AC1200.2 ANARCHY 1200-watts Full Range Class A/B 2 Channel 2 Ohm Stable Amplifier

    Car Audio or Theater (Planet Audio)

    Rating (208 reviews):
    (4.1/5)
    Planet Audio

    Worth It, Pleasent Surprise

    I just bought his amp yesterday and i installed it and took it for a test drive today. I have to say i was skeptical at first because i was replacing my 300 watt, unrated and non-fused JL audio amp with a brand that i never heard of for a fraction of the price. Just for perspective my previous setup was the JL audio G1300 monoblock amp pushing 2 Kicker 07CVR124 speakers wired to 1 ohm on an 80 amp fuseblock. So i was pulling waaaaay more wattage out of my 300 watt amp than it was rated for. Decided i was gonna match my speaker correctly at 2 ohms and throw that old amp in the wife's car. I got the new amp installed and took it away from the house so i could really turn it up. There was no need, i have the gain set at about 1/4 and the speakers kicked out bass that the other amp was producing at 3/4. i ran this thing with the gain up and toggled the bass boost up and down for 45+ minutes and it got hot, but just below burn yourself hot and my subs hit hard. I actually had to turn the... 4/5 Stonej01 - See all my reviews This review is from: Planet Audio AC1200.2 ANARCHY 1200-watts Full Range Class A/B 2 Channel 2 Ohm Stable Amplifier (Electronics) I just bought his amp yesterday and i installed it and took it for a test drive today. I have to say i was skeptical at first because i was replacing my 300 watt, unrated and non-fused JL audio amp with a brand that i never heard of for a fraction of the price. Just for perspective my previous setup was the JL audio G1300 monoblock amp pushing 2 Kicker 07CVR124 speakers wired to 1 ohm on an 80 amp fuseblock. So i was pulling waaaaay more wattage out of my 300 watt amp than it was rated for. Decided i was gonna match my speaker correctly at 2 ohms and throw that old amp in the wife's car. I got the new amp installed and took it away from the house so i could really turn it up. There was no need, i have the gain set at about 1/4 and the speakers kicked out bass that the other amp was producing at 3/4. i ran this thing with the gain up and toggled the bass boost up and down for 45+ minutes and it got hot, but just below burn yourself hot and my subs hit hard. I actually had to turn the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 13, 2012

    A very solid Amp

    0 5/5 James - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Planet Audio AC1200.2 ANARCHY 1200-watts Full Range Class A/B 2 Channel 2 Ohm Stable Amplifier (Electronics) Alight, I hooked this amp up bout 3-4 weeks ago and it is amazing. I have two 12" Planet Audio subs and they hit HARD. A lot of amps get hot after long periods of use and this one does not. It gets a little warm buts thats normal. Quality is amazing, the bass is clean. I would recomend this amp to anyone... 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 12, 2011

    WoooooooooW!!!!!!

    0 5/5 Tarl D. Fruge - See all my reviews, April 9, 2014
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    Bridgeable Trimode Operation
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  • Planet Audio

    Planet Audio AC1800.5 ANARCHY 1800-watts Full Range Class A/B 5 Channel 2 Ohm Stable Amplifier

    Car Audio or Theater (Planet Audio)

    Rating (57 reviews):
    (4.3/5)
    Planet Audio

    Very good amp but some minor tweaks are needed to run it...

    So first off, this amp is very good. Excellent bang for the buck! The power it delivers is dead on considering the fuse rating it has.Here are the goods, the bads, and the ugly on the amp.THE GOODS: very good coating on it...nice and scratch resistant as Iam sure we have all bumped the screwdriver into a black amp before and marked it all up. This one has a good coating on it to prevent that. The amp delivers very nice clean sound and is plenty powerful.THE BADS: it does get warm to the touch...no doubt about it, but any amp with 75 amps pull is going to get warm. Does it keep as cool as say my Soundstream Rub5.8 when I ran it hard...no, definitely not. On a scale of 1-10 with 1 being the coolest and 10 being glowing hot red and that you better not touch it, I would rate this amp about 4-5. It's not super bad but something you should be aware of. The amp has no soft remote turn on section to it...(for this alone is why I didn't give it 5 stars)... 4/5 XtremeVette (Murfreesboro, TN) - See all my reviews This review is from: Planet Audio AC1800.5 ANARCHY 1800-watts Full Range Class A/B 5 Channel 2 Ohm Stable Amplifier (Electronics) So first off, this amp is very good. Excellent bang for the buck! The power it delivers is dead on considering the fuse rating it has.Here are the goods, the bads, and the ugly on the amp.THE GOODS: very good coating on it...nice and scratch resistant as Iam sure we have all bumped the screwdriver into a black amp before and marked it all up. This one has a good coating on it to prevent that. The amp delivers very nice clean sound and is plenty powerful.THE BADS: it does get warm to the touch...no doubt about it, but any amp with 75 amps pull is going to get warm. Does it keep as cool as say my Soundstream Rub5.8 when I ran it hard...no, definitely not. On a scale of 1-10 with 1 being the coolest and 10 being glowing hot red and that you better not touch it, I would rate this amp about 4-5. It's not super bad but something you should be aware of. The amp has no soft remote turn on section to it...(for this alone is why I didn't give it 5 stars)... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 5, 2012

    VERY IMPRESSED

    I have been into car audio for about 22 yrs not professionally but for myself and quality listening. I was a little worried about this amp for the price.So here it goes I hooked it all up and wow this amp is amazing not good or great but amazing.If you want 1 amp to run your whole system here it is. I have a kicker L3 12 running at 4ohms for the sub.In the back deck 2 6x9 powerbass coax, in the front doors 6 3/4 powerbass components and two tweeters. I am only using the front 2 channels and the 5th channel for the subs it is shredding all of them. I seen reviews about the terminals and its not 1800 watts well here is the skinny on that. I was able to hook it up very easily no jimmy engineering to anything. It is a 5 channel amp 300 on each channel 4x300= 1200, 1 rear channel 600 watts so we are at1800 watts. So with that said I don't know if this is exact watts but it pushes very hard.If you would like to buy a good amp here it is.If your are in car audio competitions then... 5/5 TRACY B - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Planet Audio AC1800.5 ANARCHY 1800-watts Full Range Class A/B 5 Channel 2 Ohm Stable Amplifier (Electronics) I have been into car audio for about 22 yrs not professionally but for myself and quality listening. I was a little worried about this amp for the price.So here it goes I hooked it all up and wow this amp is amazing not good or great but amazing.If you want 1 amp to run your whole system here it is. I have a kicker L3 12 running at 4ohms for the sub.In the back deck 2 6x9 powerbass coax, in the front doors 6 3/4 powerbass components and two tweeters. I am only using the front 2 channels and the 5th channel for the subs it is shredding all of them. I seen reviews about the terminals and its not 1800 watts well here is the skinny on that. I was able to hook it up very easily no jimmy engineering to anything. It is a 5 channel amp 300 on each channel 4x300= 1200, 1 rear channel 600 watts so we are at1800 watts. So with that said I don't know if this is exact watts but it pushes very hard.If you would like to buy a good amp here it is.If your are in car audio competitions then... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 29, 2012

    Excellent amp. Great Power. Even better price!

    0 5/5 bavSound - See all my reviews This review is from: Planet Audio AC1800.5 ANARCHY 1800-watts Full Range Class A/B 5 Channel 2 Ohm Stable Amplifier (Electronics) I was looking for a good 5-channel amp that had quality, clean power, looked good (not like something out of an Alien movie) and was easy on price - thus comes about the Planet Audio AC1800.5 This amp has perfect power, very easy to install (not sure what other reviewer had problems with) and overall just looks and works great! The connections are simple and easy to access. All inputs are on the left and outputs on the right. Good crossover adjustments and bass adjustments on the 5th channel. Depending on how and where you mount it, you might want to make all your adjustments before mounting and placing the end cap on - otherwise it's difficult to see the adjustment knobs and levels. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 11, 2011
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    Planet Audio AC4000.1D ANARCHY 4000-watts Monoblock Class D 1 Channel 1 Ohm Stable Amplifier

    Car Audio or Theater (Planet Audio)

    Rating (256 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Planet Audio

    LoL! I hate that I like it!

    So... A 4000 watt peak power amp for less than $140(price includes next day shipping). Just get it. I bought this amp because my 2 expensive Orion XTR15001's blew. I bought this as a quick replacement amp/backup so i wouldn't be without bass for two long weeks. I had to send my amps in for repairs. Man, this thing has power for sure. My setup is: 6 Kicker CVR 12's dual 4ohms, wired down to 1.5 ohms, a huge custom vented box with 3 chambers 2-2-2(subs facing up/not a wall), I was somehow able to connect 0 guage wires, two Optima batteries, and some other goodies. All in a 3rd Gen Exploder. Comparing this amp to other high brand amps like Kicker, Orion, JL, Rockford, etc... this thing is awesome for the price. This amp basically forces power to your subs. The bad part is that it lacks clarity. Something that I truly look for when buying an amp. I feel like i have 4 15's in an old school boxed Chevy without dyno... It's kind of sloppy. If your system doesn't normally hit the highs, this... 4/5 The Guy - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Planet Audio AC4000.1D ANARCHY 4000-watts Monoblock Class D 1 Channel 1 Ohm Stable Amplifier (Electronics) So... A 4000 watt peak power amp for less than $140(price includes next day shipping). Just get it. I bought this amp because my 2 expensive Orion XTR15001's blew. I bought this as a quick replacement amp/backup so i wouldn't be without bass for two long weeks. I had to send my amps in for repairs. Man, this thing has power for sure. My setup is: 6 Kicker CVR 12's dual 4ohms, wired down to 1.5 ohms, a huge custom vented box with 3 chambers 2-2-2(subs facing up/not a wall), I was somehow able to connect 0 guage wires, two Optima batteries, and some other goodies. All in a 3rd Gen Exploder. Comparing this amp to other high brand amps like Kicker, Orion, JL, Rockford, etc... this thing is awesome for the price. This amp basically forces power to your subs. The bad part is that it lacks clarity. Something that I truly look for when buying an amp. I feel like i have 4 15's in an old school boxed Chevy without dyno... It's kind of sloppy. If your system doesn't normally hit the highs, this... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 8, 2013

    *WAS* very happy with my purchase

    i have 2 of these strapped together pushing my 2 15" kicker L7 2ohm dvcpros:*affordable*they aren't massive in size compared to "some" other higher priced amplifiers*easily adjusted*plenty of power: (RMS) 3.5kw@1ohm, 2.5kw@2ohm, 1.8kw@4ohmcons:*car needs a decent alternator+batteries to keep up*they get "pretty warm" in my torture tests but "not hot"other things you should keep in mind:i may be wrong, but here is my basic math to figure the power requirements of the alternator.lets use the rms wattage for a 2ohm single channel setup for one of these AC5000.1D's.2,500/12=208.333... simply divide the required wattage by the voltage the system runs on to get the required amperage.if you cant afford a good alternator you better invest in some very good deep cycle batteries and capacitors.dont forget to also invest in some good wiring too. solid copper 0gauge if you can... 1/5 Seth M. Curry "scurbox" - See all my reviews, April 10, 2012

    Could Not Be Happier

    I usually do not take the time to write reviews, but I think this product should receive some good feedback. Planet audio has actually been around a long time and has some really good products. I installed this amplifier in my dodge neon along with two Quantum audio QAW10D4 subwoofers rated 2500W each in a ported box.This amp has 4awg power connectors which I think is the only drawback. It should have 1/0 connectors. it comes with a 200A ANL external fuse with all hardware and mounting accessories. Some sites and forums are saying it has 4 40A fuses, but that is incorrect. The amp is rather large and very well built. It has 3500W RMS at 1 ohm, 5000max which is probably why it has that large of a fuse. It has good ventilation all around and underneath. The sound is very clean and so far I have not hit the audible distortion point and I definitely have not hit clipping, although I have not tried to push it that far yet. All of my deck bass levels and sub levels are flat at... 5/5 JayDogg "Jason" (Arizona) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Planet Audio AC5000.1D ANARCHY 5000-watts Monoblock Class D 1 Channel 1 Ohm Stable Amplifier (Electronics) I usually do not take the time to write reviews, but I think this product should receive some good feedback. Planet audio has actually been around a long time and has some really good products. I installed this amplifier in my dodge neon along with two Quantum audio QAW10D4 subwoofers rated 2500W each in a ported box.This amp has 4awg power connectors which I think is the only drawback. It should have 1/0 connectors. it comes with a 200A ANL external fuse with all hardware and mounting accessories. Some sites and forums are saying it has 4 40A fuses, but that is incorrect. The amp is rather large and very well built. It has 3500W RMS at 1 ohm, 5000max which is probably why it has that large of a fuse. It has good ventilation all around and underneath. The sound is very clean and so far I have not hit the audible distortion point and I definitely have not hit clipping, although I have not tried to push it that far yet. All of my deck bass levels and sub levels are flat at... Read more, June 29, 2012
    List Price: $420.00
    Switchable Phase Shift (0-180º)
    Variable Bass Boost (0 to +18dB)
    Strapping Capability: Strap two amps together for twice the power
    Continuously Variable Low Pass Crossover
    Switchable Input Sensitivity: 100mV-2V or 2V-8V


  • Planet Audio

    Planet Audio BB2500.1 Big Bang 3 2500-watts Monoblock Class D 1 Channel 1 Ohm Stable Amplifier

    Car Audio or Theater (Planet Audio)

    Rating (22 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Planet Audio

    The bb4000.1 is for real !!!!!

    After reading the reviews I decided on buying this model to replace the sub amp in my truck that I sold to finish an install. I have a small stereo business and have been installing for over 30 years. First the quality of the amp is top notch. No flimsy rca or power hook ups and I do like the ratchet type pot meters on most of the settings. It has a fan on the bottom of the amp for added cooling as well. I listen to classic rock and like the kick drum hit rather than the boom from my subs. I pushing 2 sound stream 12's that are located right behind my seats in a Dodge Ram pick up. I thought they hit hard before with my old amp but this amp pushes them twice as hard. I was looking at the large Alpine amps to replace my old amp because I had installed several and they do have a lot of clean power but they didn't make a model with a lot of power to fit under my seat. This amp is somewhat long but very narrow for an amp with this much power. So I purchased this one. To get the full output... 5/5 Vibration - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Planet Audio BB4000.1 Big Bang 3 4000-watts Monoblock Class D 1 Channel 1 Ohm Stable Amplifier (Electronics) After reading the reviews I decided on buying this model to replace the sub amp in my truck that I sold to finish an install. I have a small stereo business and have been installing for over 30 years. First the quality of the amp is top notch. No flimsy rca or power hook ups and I do like the ratchet type pot meters on most of the settings. It has a fan on the bottom of the amp for added cooling as well. I listen to classic rock and like the kick drum hit rather than the boom from my subs. I pushing 2 sound stream 12's that are located right behind my seats in a Dodge Ram pick up. I thought they hit hard before with my old amp but this amp pushes them twice as hard. I was looking at the large Alpine amps to replace my old amp because I had installed several and they do have a lot of clean power but they didn't make a model with a lot of power to fit under my seat. This amp is somewhat long but very narrow for an amp with this much power. So I purchased this one. To get the full output... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 21, 2014

    Big Bang does it again

    0 5/5 Johnathan Boykins (JACKSONVILLE, FL, US) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Planet Audio BB4000.1 Big Bang 3 4000-watts Monoblock Class D 1 Channel 1 Ohm Stable Amplifier (Electronics) I never write product reviews, but this is worth an awesome review. I tried the hifonics Brutus brx 2400 and it was awesome but the amp depth was really deep. The gain on hifonics was up to 75% and I really didn't like for level to have to be that high. I am familia with Big Bang dating back to early 2000s, but I was skeptical of newer model. I consider buying a refurb of the bb2400.1 because I know it's awesome, but this successor is just as awesome or (awesomer). I have it on American 2 American bass xr12d4 and they hit deep like my lanzar optidrive15. If you are hesitant, don't be I promise you will not be disappointed. Gain right at 50% and it doesn't even get warm 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 21, 2014

    after a week it fried my type R wired at 1ohm Realized my second sub wasnt even connected (which explains why it blew) and i tho

    0 5/5 Zzzzzz - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Planet Audio BB4000.1 Big Bang 3 4000-watts Monoblock Class D 1 Channel 1 Ohm Stable Amplifier (Electronics) Gain set at 50%Bass knob barely a quarter way up, after a week it fried my type R wired at 1ohmRealized my second sub wasnt even connected (which explains why it blew) and i thought it sounded great, especially after finding out it was only one sub making my roof flex..... 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 26, 2014
    List Price: $300.00
    Price: $149.95
    You Save: $150.05 (50%)
    RMS Power (1 OHM) 1900W x 1
    Max Power (1 OHM) 2500W x 1
    RMS Power (2 OHMS) 1100W x 1


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