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GTO-5EZ is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Car Car 51 from Great amp, pure power with head room Like in my reviews of the p660c, this amp is great push speakers with no problem 4 6 1/2 drivers work well along with the tweeters and that trusty 5 channel powers my sole 10 inch Prime Sub with no problem, actually has to much power
Date published: 2014-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by Olafur from Insane power, Immense quality, Crazy value! I bought this amplifier in february last year as i was intending on installing four speakers + a subwoofer in my Honda Hr-V. I began with two 45w rms jbl fronts and two 60w rms jbl rears. I accidentally toasted the fronts super hard while setting the amplifier up, however, the 60w rms rears didn't budge. I later went for Jbl P-962's (110w rms). They're running on the rear channels and they sound super crisp, clear and well powered. At the beginning of this year i finally decided to start looking for a subwoofer as i had just gotten a great, well paying job. Long story short: I blew three subwoofers on this amplifier before finding a good quality, decent power subwoofer. The three i blew were: 2x 300w rms 10" Audiobahns. 1x (allegedly) 10" 1800w peak Sound Storm Labs (SSL) CL series. Then i found a really sweet 12" Ground Zero Uranium 700w rms subwoofer. It sounds AMAAZING. until earlier tonight i thought that subwoofer and this amplifier were like a match made in heaven or something. But then as i was resetting my gains i accidentally blew the subwoofer. I didn't have any clipping or distortion what-so-ever so it must've just been this insane amplifier. The next subwoofer i'm getting is a 1000w rms Audiobahn. Here's to hoping i don't blow that in 3 months like i did with the Ground Zero sub.
Date published: 2014-07-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stresstest from Amazing Amp I was tight on space and didnt want to run multi amps as in my other vehicles. This amp fit the bill and since all channels are stable at 2 Ohms it was a perfect fit for the speakers I had picked out and a dual coil sub for the trunk. There is plenty of power there and more to spare. It also is very clean. The only complaint I have is that the JBL website does not point you to the Bass Remote. That is on the site but it is not mentioned anywhere on the amp page what so ever... It is a GTO-RBC. You should be able to find that here by searching for it with the tool on the top right corner of the page but here is the link for it and it works very well. A must for you bass heads that listen to different genre's. http://www.jbl.com/estore/jbl/us/products/GTO-RBC/GTO-RBC_JBL_US
Date published: 2014-04-08