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I currently have a sound-stream TN4.900d running 4 alpine type r 6x8 2 way @ 4ohms its rated @ 150x4. I was looking at the Rockford t400-4 or the t600-4. Of these two amps what would be better as I would only be able to run @ 4 ohms no matter what. The alpine is rated at 100rms per speaker. The T400 is rated @ 60 watts @ 4ohm and the T600 is 100 @ 4ohm. Is it worth the extra money to get the T600. My sound stream sound ok but I would like to run all fosgate as I have a t 1500bdcp on 2 t010d2 now?

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The T400-4 puts out closer to 75 rms and the T600-4 would be putting out closer to 125 rms. T400 will work well snf the T600 gives you more headroom/ less electrical strain so if you want a little bit more and have the budget for it get the T600. Doubtful you would ever say "wished i got the T400 instead". I run the T400's and would like more, like i said they do ok, but 50+ more watts is always better in my book.

Let us know what you decide and welcome to the forum. 

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the t600 has my vote.

t1500bdcp

2 t2d4 15"

1 t600.4

1 t400.2

1 set p1 tweets

singer alt, tons of wiring, smd vm-1, 80prs, back seat delete, still in the works, aiming for a 145-147 with the ability to play 25hz up to 50hz.

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Thanks for the info I was leaning to the t600 anyway. But also was looking at the p600x4 that is 150$ cheaper with a few cool options line the clean technology and the clipping indicator but only has the power of the t400-4. Hummm so many options.

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2 minutes ago, Michael Dean said:

Thanks for the info I was leaning to the t600 anyway. But also was looking at the p600x4 that is 150$ cheaper with a few cool options line the clean technology and the clipping indicator but only has the power of the t400-4. Hummm so many options.

The P600x4 will put out more power than rated. Just depends if you want all your amps to match being in the Power series line up. If your wanting to save a little the P600 & T400 will do you fine. 

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1 minute ago, bcbrassard said:

The P600x4 will put out more power than rated. Just depends if you want all your amps to match being in the Power series line up. If your wanting to save a little the P600 & T400 will do you fine. 

Thanks man. FYI I used to live in Wasilla my sisters still do lol

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17 minutes ago, Michael Dean said:

Thanks man. FYI I used to live in Wasilla my sisters still do lol

Your in a much better place now! lol Anchorage is as about as small of city i care to live in. 

 

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14 hours ago, Michael Dean said:

Thanks man. FYI I used to live in Wasilla my sisters still do lol

ha, im in wasilla.. way to small but atleast there isnt as many people to deal with.

 

t1500bdcp

2 t2d4 15"

1 t600.4

1 t400.2

1 set p1 tweets

singer alt, tons of wiring, smd vm-1, 80prs, back seat delete, still in the works, aiming for a 145-147 with the ability to play 25hz up to 50hz.

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So It looks like I would want to go with the 600x4. I see the p600x4 is very close to the T600-4 in dynamic power. The P600 also has the clean and clipping technology that the T does not and for 150 less. So out of the t600-4 and p600x4 where are we at apples to apples. ?

Thanks

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Both are solid amps, T-series is top of the line, better cooling, more efficient, might have a bit more RMS. P600 with clipping technology for less experienced installers that dont have to tools to set gains. T600 has pass RCA pass thru to run another amp. Thats about it. Oh and price.

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