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anybody have some specs on this amp? is it underrated/overrated? how much is it worth? is it a piece of crap?

im lookin to buy it to power a set of Polk DB6501s (100w rms)

this is all i could find about it
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over rated. those arent the nice planet audio amps. good on a budget but theres better out there around the same pricing
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is it worth $50?
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Would be a good deal for 50 in my opinion
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For 50 bucks I would do it. I had a friend who had one of those series amps and they were solid amps. Not great but will get the job done
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sry for cell phone pics.

anyway.....n00b questions time!
why are there ports for 2 sets of RCAs?
do i just leave the wires for the speakers coming out of the deck connected to nothing and plug the RCAs into the deck for the front speakers?
and theres a button for Input Sensitivity on here the options are 2-8V and 100mV-2V...what do i set that to?
and what goes to the High Level Inputs thing next to the RCAs?
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I cant see the writing, but the rca is most likely one pair is the input, and one pair is an output to hook up another amp.

Yes just leave the wires hanging there. Just make sure you cut the ends off them so no bare wires are showing.

You set the input sensitivity to what your deck has for output voltage. If it has 2 volt or less, use the 2 volt or less. If you got higher than 2 volt outputs use the higher setting. Just look up your deck and see what it says it has for pre-out voltage.

High level input is for wiring it into speaker wires for a signal source. This would be used for a stock stereo in the car that would not have rca pre-outs on it.
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I cant see the writing, but the rca is most likely one pair is the input, and one pair is an output to hook up another amp.

Yes just leave the wires hanging there. Just make sure you cut the ends off them so no bare wires are showing.

You set the input sensitivity to what your deck has for output voltage. If it has 2 volt or less, use the 2 volt or less. If you got higher than 2 volt outputs use the higher setting. Just look up your deck and see what it says it has for pre-out voltage.

High level input is for wiring it into speaker wires for a signal source. This would be used for a stock stereo in the car that would not have rca pre-outs on it.
that makes sense about the RCAs. thank you for your help sir.
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