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  1. I don't plan on changing out the American bass, but maybe use the sound stream on 2 12inch on another build. I wast told by a system designermthat it is a 16v am and I should not use it bc I would not get the rated power. Question, what power would I get at12v and 14v?
  2. I have had with am sitting under my bed ever since I got it. I now use a American Bass 750.1. Is the Sound Stream a good amp?
  3. Those are nice but none will fit in the available space which is a max of 8 inch wide hm well I would do some more research, not saying those other waveguides wouldn't work just I have feeling their sound is not going to be what most people expect. Noted.
  4. Those are nice but none will fit in the available space which is a max of 8 inch wide
  5. Thank you for that explanation, just so that we are on the same page I am referring to the horn in the following link ( http://www.parts-express.com/prv-audio-wg-500-14-140-degree-w-line-array-waveguide-4-bolt--294-2840 ). I have a 7.5 inch space to the sides of my sub box and will like to put 2 6 inch speakers and 1 horn, I have selected the speakers now I need to select the horns. I have done some research but reading different articles. I found out what a horn suppose to do, but I am still lost on which horn to choose and why. ok this may be obvious but just for safety's sake. That link is only the waveguide, You would of course need a compression driver to attach to it. This would give you a starting point, waveguide + compression driver for things like dispersion angle, frequency reponse and the like. You would then have to measure in car frequency response from there. also: Overview Use the PRV Audio WG 500 to create professional audio line arrays with 1.4" exit compression drivers. 140° horizontal coverage with minimal vertical dispersion and acoustic loading down to 1 kHz. Highlights 140° wide dispersion pattern with minimal vertical dispersion Stackable design for tight grouping 1.4" throat diameter Lightweight aluminum construction Acoustically loads compression drivers down to 1,000 Hz Per their spec the lowest you are going to be able to use that horn at is 1Khz. Yes, I do understand that I will need a compression driver. To confirm what you are saying, the PRV Audio WG 500 will be a good choose for car audio.
  6. Wow, good knowledge! I don't have a image on hand of the area I wish to put the drivers, but the make horn size it will fit is a 7x7 horn by 7inch deep. The lowest I am looking to go is 1500hz, do you know of a drive? Also, I see that horns/wave guides are made from different materials, is the a difference in sound quality from aluminum, polycarbonate etc.?
  7. Thank you for that explanation, just so that we are on the same page I am referring to the horn in the following link ( http://www.parts-express.com/prv-audio-wg-500-14-140-degree-w-line-array-waveguide-4-bolt--294-2840 ). I have a 7.5 inch space to the sides of my sub box and will like to put 2 6 inch speakers and 1 horn, I have selected the speakers now I need to select the horns. I have done some research but reading different articles. I found out what a horn suppose to do, but I am still lost on which horn to choose and why.
  8. Looking to add a horn to my system, came across line array horns wave guides... what is the difference between the two?
  9. Don't know about this one, but maybe: http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-American-Bass-VFL44801D-Class-D-Mono-Hybrid-Amplifier-4500W-Max-/191302975334?_trksid=p2054897.l4275 to play mid range? Another vote for NO on Hifonics, lol. My BRZ1700 is more like a 1200 If you like American Bass amps, this hybrid amp is pretty cheap. http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-AMERICAN-BASS-VFL44801D-4480W-CLASS-D-MONO-HYBRID-AMPLIFIER-AMP-4480-WATT-/171417877502?pt=Car_Amplifiers&hash=item27e94d3bfe Not sure what the output @2ohms is, but I would imagine it could be somewhere around what you're looking for. Maybe someone else has had experience with these because I can't for the life of me find any actual RMS rating on it. That being said, it is AB and only $249..... Don't know about this one, but maybe: http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-American-Bass-VFL44801D-Class-D-Mono-Hybrid-Amplifier-4500W-Max-/191302975334?_trksid=p2054897.l4275 to play mid range? Another vote for NO on Hifonics, lol. My BRZ1700 is more like a 1200 If you like American Bass amps, this hybrid amp is pretty cheap. http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-AMERICAN-BASS-VFL44801D-4480W-CLASS-D-MONO-HYBRID-AMPLIFIER-AMP-4480-WATT-/171417877502?pt=Car_Amplifiers&hash=item27e94d3bfe Not sure what the output @2ohms is, but I would imagine it could be somewhere around what you're looking for. Maybe someone else has had experience with these because I can't for the life of me find any actual RMS rating on it. That being said, it is AB and only $249..... Yes, is anyone familiar with this amp?
  10. Don't know about this one, but maybe: http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-American-Bass-VFL44801D-Class-D-Mono-Hybrid-Amplifier-4500W-Max-/191302975334?_trksid=p2054897.l4275 to play mid range?
  11. i like there products. i have 2 vfl 12s to go with my mx10s
  12. what about the taramp hd2500? i know its out of my stated budget range....
  13. i Like the option. i was looking at it but was told the the brutus series where cleaner. is that true?
  14. thanks for the suggestion but i am extremely limited on space. so 2 amps won't work 4 me.
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