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looking to finally replace my USAMPS dud. So whats out there for a decent price for 2 channel roughly 350watts perside at 2 ohms?

I'd like to spend no more than $200.
 

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wow....you will be hard pressed finding an amp like that for that cheap, especially one that produces that kind of power...

but for around $200 maybe a little more...

i would look at

fosgate p300 or a kicker ZX350
 

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man do i have the deal for you.

Make sure to read the warning about overheating though!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&item=380136053522

But why a 2channel?
its for my front stage.


I really dont feel like dropping alot of coin on an amp since Im just ready for my front stage to work again. Its been over 6 months since it has worked.

Im okay if I spend a little over $200, but Im not looking to do anything but have my speakers work again decently. I dont want any lanzar bullshit but I dont need top of line holy grail shit either.
 

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I doubt you will get anything close to that Cadence amp for the price range its in.

What speakers are you running that are taking 350w?

its for my front stage.


I really dont feel like dropping alot of coin on an amp since Im just ready for my front stage to work again. Its been over 6 months since it has worked.

Im okay if I spend a little over $200, but Im not looking to do anything but have my speakers work again decently. I dont want any lanzar bullshit but I dont need top of line holy grail shit either.
 

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its not essentially defective. It was a first run done by cadence with the shorter heat fins which had a tendency to overheat under stressful loads. Spend 30 on an amp and 5 on a 12v fan and save 100 bucks
:think:That sounds pretty defective to me.
I understand your point and for someone on a very tight budget or looking for a temporary solution I would recommend it. I would not recommend it for the OP, however, as he's looking for a permanent solution and $129 is well within his budget.
 
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