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This review is from: New Pyle Pasw15 15" 800W Subwoofer Sub System 800 Watt Pasw15
Pros: It's a 15" sub for less than a hundred bucks! Is there anything else I even need to say?
It works fine, its an accompaniment to my Infinity 15" sub powered by a Bob Carver Sunfire Amp. I just wish I had a spare Sunfire Amp for this... It being driven off an old Sony Receiver (sorta okay) after the Pyle 1000 watt amp I bought with this sub failed to push ... well, anything.
Awesome sub for the price, utterly unbeatable. Most Home Theater 15" Subs are what? A cool grand? I just need a better amp and I will be golden.
Cons: The corner brackets tend to scrape the floor when this is dragged, might want to do what I did, get some plastic / rubber feet and drill them into each corner.
Other than that, how can I say anything bad about this?
This review is from: New Pyle Pta1000 19" 1000W Rack Mountable Professional Amplifier Amp 1000 Watt
Pros: None that I can see right now. It looks professional...
Cons: It doesn't output anything. Fans spin up nicely, it has utterly failed to drive my 15" sub. I have tried this in both stereo mode and bridged modes. Nothing comes out of the thing. I even bought the adapter plugs and neither channel works at all.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Definitely faster than my 660Ti is. The 256 Bit memory bus makes a whole lot of difference.
It's REALLY short, however, it's quite a bit taller than the slot you place it in (be careful which case you place it in)
Cons: Aside from what I said above, nothing. Tech sites do tend to review this and say it draws 5W less on idle and something like 20+ more watts under load. Also, its supposedly a smidge slower than a stock 670
Other Thoughts: I had debated about sending this back. However, after figuring shipping and restock fees I decided to hang onto it. I suppose I should have paid closer attention to the actual height of the card.
I will place this in my Den PC. I'm stuffing my GTX680 into a ITX Coolermaster case (the 50 dollar one) as I have one already and it allows for mounting a (at current) Radeon 7970... Which I am donating to a buddy. Tossing the 660Ti in it's place.
I use the front room 61" TV for almost everything right now, so amping my speed makes sense.
Overall, darn good card. Absolutely perfect for certain, specific, builds (and it's SLI capable).