well the JBL is a LOT more powerful (to the tune of 300 or so watts), but yeah it is not stackable and has a poor crossover slope and no remote gain, but that doesn't make it a POS, just bare bones. $550 is a LOT more than i would pay for an amp that consistently does the rated 1100 watts, and in a few reviews under.IMO the Ampman Revolution and the Avionixx 1200.2 are much better amps than the Memphis, the Avionixx can be had authorized for that same $550 and the Revolution a WHOLE lot less.... oh well as long as you are happy with what you got.LoudNissan said:like what so? a jbl? lol they are a pos compared to memphis, you also gotta remember this is their top of the line amp for the most part, aside from mojo (2400x1 rms) or memphis belle(combination of AB and D)
I realize the limitations on the JBL as well as anyone... for 1 ohm operation well they can do it, but lets just say that i would probably explore other options first, they do seem to lose a LOT of efficiency at 1 compared to 2 ohm.LoudNissan said:hey rthompson sorry for cracking on jbl, personally i do like the amps. but for my setup i would not personally run one of theirs. i've actually looked into them in past setups but never got my hands on one. i need something efficient and 1 ohm capable while still staying pretty efficient.