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  1. We are looking to finally add this product to our website this week. We are also working on adding all of our power measuring kits to the site soon too. We currently have 6 different clamps but will be knocking it down to 4 soon and possibly 3 by the beginning of next year.
  2. Prices are now updated! Mini Bass Meter V1 is now $224 Mini Bass Meter V2 is now $244
  3. Honestly, our website would be the last place we update the information. It keeps us so busy, forums and social media see it first. We have 4 different clamps we can sell but only advertise 1 on our website, We are getting there though.. For the time being, you can contact us directly with your email address, or contact one of our dealers.
  4. SPL-Lab customers, meet our NEW SPL-Lab device AND new Retail Packaging. Familiar with the Mini Bass Meter? This is our 2nd Generation model. We are calling it Mini Bass Meter SE-G SE-G= Second Generation Green. The primary difference in its hardware is this portable device now can measure up to 165dB! Whereas our 1st Gen (that is about to have a price drop) only goes to 160dB. What is all this retail packaging? 2nd Gen will be packed in Retail AND come supplied with all accessories if purchased through one of our Dealers OR paid through us at MAP of $244. Yes, we are Not increasing cost just because you are getting more, 2nd Gen Retail packaging includes all of the following not found in 1st Gen- Retail box with protected foam Green display for enhanced viewing during all lighting conditions Up to 165dB Portable Power Pack allows to use mini bass meter ANYWHERE you go Power pack charge cable Cable connecting Power pack and mini bass meter 12v cig socket adapter still supplied for in car use We will announce what our 1st Gen pricing will be dropping to soon and no, we are not discontinuing it either. They are a global hot seller. And do not forget- When receiving your order, pull the protective film off the screen! The display will get 60x clearer and much brighter by doing this!
  5. Congratulations for our Wars #2. Best sale was our 520w 4 channel amplifier for 63% off! Congratulations for our Wars #3. Best sale was our 640w Mono. Best winner actually won 2 for a total of 79% off! Crazy deal! Xtreme Clearance offer has been posted and now cleared for private competition only. Good luck! Taramp's up to 90% off!
  6. We auction off random items starting around 85% off. You must like our FB business or be friends with us on FB to link.
  7. This is why some put random amplifiers on this dyno product. Not everyone has time to keep up with the business world in terms of who is manufacturing this brand and in what era. Autotek is NOT what it used to be and it has went down but it will still make money because the general market doesn't know any better or doesn't care to know.
  8. Congratulations to all those who won the recent Ebay Wars DSPs. Some won our $214 DSPs for less than $60! One day remaining for our 2nd Ebay Wars, 2 days left for the 3rd round and Round 4 is starting today!
  9. Walledsonic is 101% correct. SQ and PWX cancelled each other out quick. I've used PWX's before. When supplying them with power above 375w "amplifier wired power", the cone material starts to resonate destroying the clarity of anything being listened to. IT's equivalent to having all your speakers sound blown just to have good headroom.
  10. Then running them in stereo at 2ohm or bridged at 4ohm is no difference.
  11. The only 2 ways this is possible is either you are running them on a 4 channel amp or a mono amp. If they are on a mono amp, are you using it for midbass or midrange?
  12. The reason why you are not getting rated power is because of all of the following reasons- Amplifier outputs are tested on resistive loads. We can test amplifiers up to 1.2 million watts on the bench with our testing hardware, but our lithium and resistive banks currently prevent us from going that high. We've only sized our lithium banks to handle about 40,000w right now but our resistive banks can handle about 80,000w. Amplifiers require the following- Set temperature Set frequency Set DC Voltage Set THD Set impedance IF you do not know all of these beforehand, then you may or may not meet the rated output of the amplifier. IF the amplifier is rated at 14.4v, then your REACTIVE load must be at 14.4v, not just before the test. If it's rated at 1ohm, you do NOT use transducers to test the output like you are doing. Doing so will create variables in the output and attempting to reactively get the output to 1ohm could cause amplifier failure. Because you are only using a 12v battery, any load put on ANY battery will cause a drop in voltage of some magnitude. AGMs are poor quality batteries in terms of maintaining voltage under high discharge for car audio. Example- If that battery were 45ah, I estimate putting a 50A load on it would drop it below 12.0v almost immediately with no charge source on it. Also, if you are actually using a charger/maintainer while discharging, you can damage that as well. You need an active power supply with at least 1 battery in line. We sell several of these but that's another topic. So right now, we know your voltage is too low, your charging source is not proper equipment nor strong enough, your impedance is too high because it's not controlled because using transducers, assuming you are letting the amplifier rip wide open, the THD level will be way above rated and the testing frequency and temperature is probably unknown as most companies hide this information to protect their "quality control."
  13. Your amplifier only has 2 stage active protection per the manual. Short circuit protection and low impedance protection. Either one of your coils is going bad, the final impedance is lower than you think or the speaker wire leading out of the amp is touching something it isn't suppose to be.
  14. If the goal is just to burp test tones, sure. If you are listening to music, it will be the worst sounding music tuning possible.
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