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I bet if he played music for 30 min the ofc would be stoping some ass

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Tony just said they both gain resistance linearly so that doesn't make much of a difference.

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Tony just said they both gain resistance linearly so that doesn't make much of a difference.

But not at the same rate. So it would make a difference.

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The resistance of both OFC and CCA increases linearly with temperature at approx the same rate with temperature. Both cables same temp increase = same percentage of resistance rise. So the CCA would continue to have the same disadvantage no matter what the temp, if both were the same temp. BUT in reality, CCA is going to lose again because Aluminum has less capacity for heat than copper. Meaning take the same size blocks of both aluminum and copper, put exactly the same amount of heat into them for exactly the same time. Now measure the temp of the two metals, the aluminum will be hotter. So in the real world the longer you play it the worse the CCA will be. This is why expensive audio amplifiers use copper heatsinks, as do computer parts.

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Do a test with a 20 ft run of power on each so it is how it would be in a car. 1 run CCA vs 1 run OFC

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What if instead of 3 runs of CCA vs 2 runs of OFC you did 1 run of OFC vs. a 0ga and 4ga run of CCS

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I would also like to see 15+ foot run tests. Could be slightly wasteful on wire if it was fresh but CJ you have enough wire laying around. I'm sure you got enough to test this with out ruining rolls

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Starting voltage/certified 1 ohm/ tested voltage

Test is done on dc 3.5k

Each run of wire is 52" long

1 run 1/0 cca

14.83v/2987w/13.56v

2 runs 1/0 cca

15.13v/3175w/14.11v

1 run 1/0 ofc

14.95v/3131w/14.02v

1 run 2/0 ofc

14.91v/3274w/14.16v

If needed, I have video of each test for verification.

Based on these numbers, taking wire cost out of the equation and just going wire by wire, I take the single run of SHCA 2/0 OFC all day. It had the lowest amount of voltage drop along with the highest power output.

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How do dual inputs stack up against just 2/0? So like dual input 1/0 vs 2/0? All OFC and need test copper dual vs alum dual. :)

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