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Sound storm ssl- cr4000.1 and 5000.1 any good

Is the sound storm ssl- cr4000.1 and 5000.1 any good?? does anyone own one?? i want to push 2 12" FI bl 1000W rms 2000MAX each, at 1ohm their double 4 ohm ... i was going to get a sundown but its like 1500 dollers..

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Never owned one but i just scoped out a 5000.1 a pair of them on u-tube running them on 8 lanzar 15's and ewwwww dogggyy!!!! they sho nuff moving some air-ya might want to go to "amp guts" too and check out what its made of- a lot of amps are the same chipboards just different covers on the outside-its crazy.

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