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Old 11-06-2009, 06:18 PM
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JL HD amps

Hi guys this is my first time to post on this forums most of the time I just lurk hehehehhehe
Anyways I just need some feedbacks with the HD 600/4, 750/1 amp series of jl. How are they compared with the slash series models.
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Old 11-06-2009, 06:37 PM
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About equal in sound. Real estate is key factor in these amps.
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Old 11-06-2009, 06:48 PM
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IMO, meaning it has real estate and re-sell value (if you ever decide to) ...

Thing is, JL talks a big game about the technology in these amps ... I only know because I've been on the JL site a few times (with my half-broken 10w7) ...

It's worth a look ... but then again, I'm not rich, so I'd rather get something else.
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Unless u have a car that's sq with sound deadners and all that crazy stuff the chance of you noticing a huge difference for your money is very slim, that money could be better spent.
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I love the HD amps, running a HD750 to a 12w7 and its great, best part is its tiny footprint, to me it seems a little more controlled than the slash series but im preety new to car audio
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