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    Alphasonik PLD40E Signal Processors 8V Bass Line Driver [PLD40E]

    I am looking to get Alphasonik PLD40E Signal Processors 8V Bass Line Driver [PLD40E] from http://www.carstereoneeds.com/p21985...duct_info.html for my carpc installation, so I can use it as a pre-amp, between the PC and stock/manufacturer amplifier.

    I need to boost the signal at least twice for the comfortable level.

    Anyone could comment this line driver? Will it make the job done well? Any experience?

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    bump

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    the last alphasonik stuff i used was a $120 sub/amp combo deal from a auto parts store.. the amp, and box were built decent, but the subs were extremely cheap-- for sub duty, i had no choice but to replace them(they were flatulent subs-- all noise, and no audio..)

    i am actually using them as midbasses in a 10" 2-way setup-- and they sound great now.. the box is in my current car--with different subs, and the amp was brutally murdered-- the phase control knob caught on my truck latch, and pulled out, ruining it..)

    i would say that the preamp should do the job fine, though i really don't have too much experience with alphasonik other then what i listed above..

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    thanks.

    anyone else? interested more in line driver business... need to bump up my volume 2x in between PC and OEM amp without introducing new problems

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    there are the jl audio cl-rlc's that i currently use--one of them is as much as that alphasonik unit though..

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    but I believe it is only 2 channels? I would like to preserve all my 4 for surround possibility?

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    yes, each unit is 2 channels, but the controls are linkable, so you can link 2 units together to get 4 independent channels..

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