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  1. For anyone who comes across this, this was definitely a wiring issue. No way the battery or alternator should both drop down that low in voltage. My alt did something similar when the brushes weren't engaging. I still never got into the 10 volt range.
  2. Why not Northstar? I have owned Kinetik and they were great but that was ten years ago.
  3. Already have the box built for my 21'' Z series. For now I just have the wires stubbed out of the box but one of these terminals would be great so I no longer use wire nuts.
  4. Any update on a release date for these? I've been trying to order them for a couple weeks now, impatiently ? Awesome product Steve great innovation .
  5. Couldn't you just use an external regulator to get around this? I know people trick cars with ELD on some Hondas too.
  6. He has a Corsair AXI1200 watt PSU in his 'main' rig. I have the same PSU and it's plenty enough. A 750 watt PSU might still work but he'd be cutting it close with the 1080tis. Personally I don't care for SLI and you would only gain a bit of frames while running in 4K but other than that a single 1080ti is way more than enough. Again, it's good for running 4K resolutions to see a benefit otherwise it might be doing more harm than good considering bugs of SLI. Steve, get yourself one of these electric dusters- https://www.amazon.com/XPOWER-Airrow-Multi-Use-Electric-Computer/dp/B01BI4UQK0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1502314510&sr=8-1&keywords=Duster+electric They're so much better than compressed air and pack a big time punch. Bye-bye dust!
  7. A lot of people are really happy with their cheap Audiopipe amps. Not something I'd throw money at personally but I've heard a lot of good things. If it really is going to be temporary a measly 200 bucks isn't much going to waste on a backup amplifier.
  8. David Berger of DB Designs told me one of the 11kws he seen blew up pretty quick but I'll have to get more info on that. Thanks for the info on those Orions!
  9. This. I dunno, this reminds me of way back in the day when my Kicker KX 350.4 did something similar one channel would output more than the other. I sent it to Kicker for inspection/repair and they sent it back saying it was perfectly fine. I tested the output with my DMM and still, the problem was there. Maybe it's the line(s) in as mentioned, maybe you can test the RCA outputs?
  10. Similar to post count on a forum, it doesn't mean anything either. Anyhow, who knows of any amps that can do 5kw for the $700-$800 range that this Massive amp costs? I sold my DD M4 for $700 and it was 9.5/10 cosmetically. I've seen other used M4s go for that price but that was a couple of years ago which was why I priced mine at that price. That being said, I'm sure you can find a nice used 5kw if you search around or wait a bit. Was that dd amp cea rated? No, it wasn't. However, it was rated by Digital Designs and that rating is also wrong so ratings are to be taken with a grain of salt period, at least that's my opinion. I don't compete so I'm not looking to clamp a specific amount of power in which I need to count on ratings. Personally I think I'll take a gamble on a Chinese amplifier(Orion's 11KW amp) and if I get 8kw out of it I'll be happy that I only paid $1250 for new, unless of course it's insanely current hungry and inefficient. I've come across some bad stuff when it comes to DD's service so I don't think I'll buy an M5 or Z2C for the couple to few thousand I'd save to get one. Anyhow, this was about the Massive amp and there's really only one way to find out if it's worth it, buy one and ask Steve or someone else that has a dyno put it to the test. I'm still tempted to get one myself, it would cost me a less than a week of pay and I have a lot of raises coming my way anyways so it's not a huge investment for me.
  11. Similar to post count on a forum, it doesn't mean anything either. Anyhow, who knows of any amps that can do 5kw for the $700-$800 range that this Massive amp costs? I sold my DD M4 for $700 and it was 9.5/10 cosmetically. I've seen other used M4s go for that price but that was a couple of years ago which was why I priced mine at that price. That being said, I'm sure you can find a nice used 5kw if you search around or wait a bit.
  12. Steve himself dyno'ed a Hifonics CEA rated amp and it did what it was supposed to so... If you don't believe in CEA ratings then you have nothing to go by than what someone dynos and dyno videos can be rigged too. Check out the ORION 11kw amplifer for $1300 shipped. Even if it's over-rated by a few thousand RMS you're still getting a boatload of power for a cheap price.
  13. I have no experience with these but they're supposedly CEA rated so it should do the 5,000 watts RMS they claim it does. For the price I see them going for it would be a good deal as long as it actually does that power.
  14. There's nowhere for it to go once it's in there. It's a safe spot and if it helps you sleep at night fusing is always there.
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