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Well since it was mentioned to be a lower wattage amp, but when asked about that people got all offended. Let me all something else....

What are the differences between this and the 9k? (besides the 1k warts obviously)

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i think its not fair to compare the 9k vs the 10k .

10k is a 12v amp.

9k has more potential

:)

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Have you not been reading the thread? Both amps are rated at 14v.

If it was that simple I wouldn't be asking about differences.

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i think its not fair to compare the 9k vs the 10k .

10k is a 12v amp.

9k has more potential

:)

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Have you not been reading the thread? Both amps are rated at 14v.

If it was that simple I wouldn't be asking about differences.

Your asking stupid questions and receiving stupid answers

If you dont know the difference between the 2 amps then its not the amp for you.

if you have to ask.....

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i think its not fair to compare the 9k vs the 10k .

10k is a 12v amp.

9k has more potential

:)

.02 cents

Have you not been reading the thread? Both amps are rated at 14v.

If it was that simple I wouldn't be asking about differences.

Your asking stupid questions and receiving stupid answers

If you dont know the difference between the 2 amps then its not the amp for you.

if you have to ask.....

I'm asking stupid questions? Maybe you lack intelligence and can't comprehend them, especially since you still think the 10k is a 12v amp after it's been mentioned various times that it rated at 14v.

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HU: 7" Carputer, Planet Audio EQ, iPhone.

Coax: T3 Audio 4" speakers

Subs: 2x 18" T3 Audio TSNS (walled)

Sub Amp: DC 9k

SOON TO COME

T3 Audio 6x9s

MB Quarts 6.5" comp set

MAYBE ADDED

2nd DC 9k

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Ok to clear up one thing that I think is eluding people.

When we say that the 10k is a 12v amp, all that mean is that you cannot run it on a 14v or 16v system. For those of you that dont know, a 14v system charges at 16.8v and a 16v system charges at 19.2v.

The 9k is stable UPTO 18v. This means that you can run a 12v system(charging at 14.8v), a 14v system(charging at 16.8v) or a 16v system(backed down and charging at 18v)

When we say that the 10k is a 12v amp, that does not mean that it is meant to be run at 12v or below. All 12v setups should charge 13.8v-14.8v.

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Also I'm pretty sure rail voltages are higher on 10k meaning they do max wattage in the 12-14v parameters ..,were as 9k does more at higher voltage.. I'd like to see some heads up comparison tests .. Ill trade anyone my 2-7.5s for 9s or 10s

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