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I am looking to buy a 1200 watt jensen 2 channel amp. what model is this? is there a jensen 1200, i have not seem it.

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I would recommend you purchase a brand name 600watt RMS amp instead of a Jensen 1200 watt peak amp. Trust me you will notice the difference. Try a kicker, hifonics, MTX, audiobahn Autotech... Its not the watts its the quality of the watts..

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