This was my first foray into installing a power/sub amp in a vehicle, so I'm writing this from the perspective of someone who felt his way through the install. To someone new to car amp installs I would offer this advice: buy the Kicker PK4 wiring kit to go with the amp if you don't know what size wire or what the amperage of the fuse should be. There are plenty of good vids on a Kicker amp install, please watch at least one comprehensive one before starting out on your install if you are new to this.
I bolted the amp to the passenger seat back in my '07 Corvette and ran the cables along the passenger door panel. The amp is connected to a Polk Audio DXi104 10" subwoofer and even at low power the amp will really move the speaker. It sounds great and provides the bottom end depth that the miserable 2 ohm factory mid-bass units in the doors lack (and which are nearly impossible to replace). Although I'm impressed, this is the first car sub amp I've ever owned so I have nothing to compare it to.
from Leonardtown, MD
Toyota XRunner - down firing custom taco box - Kicker 40CWD104 sub. Perfect amount of bass as requested. Very clean and strong. Drum and Bass, Top 40 style music.
from Bayamon ,P.R
Kicker never fails.
from Flagstaff Arizona
Small and easy to install
from raleigh, NC
I bought this amp to replace my 700w peak output planet audio amp (which is a great amp as well) to push my 2013 rockford P2....and wow what a difference in sound and depth of bass in the 2 amps!!! I also have the pioneer AVH-2400BT which makes this all so much better ....by the way this is all in a 05 Ford F-150