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I put it in the shop its $95.00 to get fixed is it worth it?



Crossfire BMF1000D Specs


Price & Contact: $779; 562-483-8111, www.crossfirecaraudio.com
All measurements @ 14volts unless otherwise specified
Frequency Response (4-ohm IHF Load, 100 Hz Ref. crossover @ highest setting}: +0 dB, -3 dB @ 241 Hz
L/R channel, max deviation 20 Hz to 20 kHz: N/A
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
0.29% @ 500 watts
Output Power (4 ohms): 475 watts @ 14 volts,
393 watts @ 12.8 volts,
254 watts @10.5 volts
Output Power (2 ohms): 808 watts @ 14volts,
656 watts @ 12.8 volts, 429 watts @ 10.5 volts
Output Power (1 ohm): 1233 watts @ 14 volts,
1013 watts @ 12.8 volts, 759 watts @ 10.5 volts
 

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you found it?


in someones trunk right? lol.. jp man

well if retail is 795.. and they want 95 to fix it.. thats roughly 1/8 of the retail.. i say go for it..
 

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I hate that series and when I worked at car toys we had trillions of these comin in. They actually discontinued this series and made a improvised version. It does not suprise me it doesnt work. LoL :uh:
 

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Yes, the BMF1000D is a great amplifier. They can handle abuse and do their rated power (a tad underrated).

Crossfire amplifiers are great in general.
 
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