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  1. On many amps, we repair them BETTER than new. If they are repaired properly, most amps should not be any more prone to blowing.
  2. What impedance are you wired to? If you're wired to 4 ohm and not 1 ohm, that would be your problem.
  3. This is exactly what I said: "This isn't true. They have the same efficiency as the SAZ line. They put out more power at similar voltages, but not at greater efficiency." The argument is about the efficiency comparison between the SCV and the SAZ line.
  4. Really guys? REALLY? Do I REALLY have to explain how efficiency is measured? I expected both of you to be better than this. current draw is a factor in measuring amplifier efficiency...
  5. Thats why there is 12v amps, for people who run 12v electrical. IMO big boy amps need big boy electrical. Won't disagree with you that the SCV needs big boy electrical. However, I'd like you to show me a 12v tested amp instead of a 14.4 tested. I don't think I have come across a korean board that isn't 14.4 tested. just so you are aware.. the scv amp is not like the rest.. its made to be efficient at lower voltage so it actually needs less electrical than other amps to get its rated power.. somehow im getting the feeling you dont know much about the SCV line of amps This isn't true. They have the same efficiency as the SAZ line. They put out more power at similar voltages, but not at greater efficiency.
  6. I wasn't kidding, he probably isn't even giving his subs rated power after rise from 1 ohm. He needs more power.
  7. You need more powah. :] Probably clipping the subs to death right now.
  8. How are you at a loss for what to do? People in this thread have told you EXACTLY what to do, multiple times....
  9. Patiently waiting for an alt for a Ford focus :] What year and engine? Thanks, Chris 2001, and 2.0l. all first gen focus cars are 2.0L, the alt is different on the 2.0L SOHC and the 2.0L DOHC. DOHC here. ah, mine is also DOHC. Gotcha!!!!! We do can make a 170 AMP direct bolt in. That is the largest output because of the small case design Ford started with. If it was a SOHC we can get to about 240 AMPs. Give me a call if you want to order it up. Thanks, Chris - 1-888-MECHMAN XT 202 Okay. Thank you for this. Now I have a decision to make.. singer does make a bigger one, but it would also be harder for my engine to turn. I will be in touch.
  10. Patiently waiting for an alt for a Ford focus :] What year and engine? Thanks, Chris 2001, and 2.0l. all first gen focus cars are 2.0L, the alt is different on the 2.0L SOHC and the 2.0L DOHC. DOHC here. ah, mine is also DOHC.
  11. Singer does one, which is what I'll have to end up doing. Unless Mechman has recently made one for this car. I'd love to stick with Mechman, but I gotta have an H/O alt one way or another.
  12. Patiently waiting for an alt for a Ford focus :] What year and engine? Thanks, Chris 2001, and 2.0l.
  13. BAM. JUST LIKE THAT! One minute we are all just bullshitting on the forum, the next minute someone has a new Pioneer double din. AWESOME!! That is pretty sweet.. Good job Skar for doing this.
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