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^^Well, since you bumped this old thread.....

I've got a closet full of old school goodies. Sound stream(Ref and Rubicon), Zapco, PPI Arts and Nakamichi stuff.

And it's about time for it all(perhaps) to go!!

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In no particular order:

1) Rockford Fosgate (original) Power Series: 300 & 650 (no 1000 yet )
2) Phoenix Gold MS & MPS Series: 2240, 275 & 2125
3) Orion original HCCA (2nd & 3rd gen): 225 HCCA
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I've got a closet full of old school goodies. Sound stream(Ref and Rubicon), Zapco, PPI Arts and Nakamichi stuff.

And it's about time for it all(perhaps) to go!!
Wish I was in a position to dip into your Ref collection...

Any interest in some nice Linear Powers?

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i still have an old PUnch 60ix from early 90's. in all honesty its not any better than the new stuff sound wise, it gets really hot, has a hiss noise to it, turn on pop....basically all the stuff i recall from all the old amps i had. dunno why anyone thinks their special.

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Wish I was in a position to dip into your Ref collection...

Any interest in some nice Linear Powers?
The LP's were great amps too. I just never got around to "collecting" them. I did use a couple though back in the early 90's.

I'm out of the amp hoarding business, I think. Time to move most of this slowly.

Heck, I've got "9" Arc SE's. 3 of which are installed in my van and 6 sitting in their boxes!

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My 2 RF Punch 150's (2nd gen from 1989 just before the HD's)

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I'm another oldschool addicted, got 2 charcoal PPI's and want to get a soundstream reference 500s for a nice sub. And i'm also getting a Denon RFX8250 (aka denford). Oldschool all the way.

Denford RFX-8250 > PPI PC250 > Scan Speak Illuminator tweets > PPI PC2100 > Helix RS806 > Audison Lrx 2.9k > 2x Tang Band W8-1363SB > Canare L4E6-S > Chord Carnival Silverscreen
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I love my old MTX Thunder 275x, 280 and 225 H.0., all class A/B and all super clean sounding!
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my ppi a600.2 is under the drivers seat of my 06 tacoma...pushing a JL13TW5...
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Have my Punch DSM 4020 in my truck running my mids and highs. In the Z a punch 200a4 runs the highs and a Power BD1000a1 runs the sub.

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I've got my old audio Art 50HC Going back into my vehicle to Power the audio Art RW10.

Back in the day, that 50HS powered 2 of the RW10's in my Honda CRX.
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any fosgate amp 1999-2003
i have a:
2002-400s
2002-500bd
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2003-1001.1bd
all r in awsome condition & all (2002s) r very under rated in power,u cant go wrong when its made in usa no matter what old school brand of amp..

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Any Crossfire VR series amps. They sound much cleaner than any MTX,RF,Alpine amp I have ran.
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I've been running xtant since 1998. i have tried dozens of other amps but i'm always going back to the xtants. I currently run two 403a on the 3-way active front stage and a 3300c on rear fill and subs. i have another 3300c as a backup. a lot of other amps have been bought and sold, but these are my keepers. i love how they can be setup, i love how they sound, i love their features, and i love their cosmetics. they are one of the few amps when people see them installed they ask "what are those?"


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I ran PPI 4200am & 2150am back in the day. Wish I would have pulled them out of the Car before I sold it. Always loved the look and sound of Soundstream Reference Series. So that is what I am running this go around. 300s and 500s. Might try a 3.0 or 6.0 if I can find a nice one.
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I've been running xtant since 1998. i have tried dozens of other amps but i'm always going back to the xtants. I currently run two 403a on the 3-way active front stage and a 3300c on rear fill and subs. i have another 3300c as a backup. a lot of other amps have been bought and sold, but these are my keepers. i love how they can be setup, i love how they sound, i love their features, and i love their cosmetics. they are one of the few amps when people see them installed they ask "what are those?"

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i love those old xtant amps!
if i ever run across some im for sure buying them!
the 3300c amps fail fairly often due to poor thermal management (which is comical given the massive heatsink cooled by forced air, but those amps have gobs of power, the 100A fuse is no joke. the 403a amps have been bulletproof. if you find two of them, grab 'em.

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I still have all my Concord amps and my Concord head unit , and yea there are a few other old school amps out there. But I am still looking for some CA-200.2 amps.
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1) Rockford Fosgate (original) Power Series: 300 & 650 (no 1000 yet )

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While I will agree with BigD on the PG amps, first choice would be the first few years of the LANZAR Opti amps.

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