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I am diggin this! Damn, this throws a new amp into the mix for my new sub, sweet numbers! Thanks for the vid!

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Soo if you are in need a camera man.. Let me know I got my resume waiting.. Otherwise new amps look great..

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he wouldnt be the first to say they did a 167 with a system like that (one that clearly DOESNT), but i have to say, he didnt beat me anywhere, ive never competed against the guy. If he thinks his does a 167, mine would probably put him in a coma. :hairtrick:

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Soo if you are in need a camera man.. Let me know I got my resume waiting.. Otherwise new amps look great..

Haha :) Yah I just used my cell phone as we had just gotten the thing up and running and wanted to make a video quickly.

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Nice.

id still like to see numbers IN THE 12v range.

I understand. Your alt charging , this and that. But a 12v amp, id love to see those numbers at are CLOSE to battery rest.

Say, when your alt give out a bit, and your running on reserve. Like I would think a 12v rated amp would be designed for?

Maybe im high,...

Maybe im asking to much...... :shrug:

Numbers are sick, for sure. And i was a click away from getting 4 of these 3ks, so i dont mean to talk any turds.

That said, i was hoping for rated, in the 12v range. Is that odd of me?

(like.. why use 14v bats???????)

To show the alternator level? well what about those that run 12v, and dip into battery?

Thats what made me boner about these....... ya know?

EDIT- most of your scores are even over 14v or around that. A lot dont even charge into 14v.

again, im just asking, and or stating.

I still wonder if i should have bought 4 of these over the ones i did

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Shit... 8k at .5

.5 resistive ... So like .175 nominal lol, impressive amps nonetheless

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Shit... 8k at .5

.5 resistive ... So like .175 nominal lol, impressive amps nonetheless

the lower you wire, the less box rise you have.

for example, at a certain frequency you might rise from 4 ohms to 6 ohms. if you now wire down to 1 ohm, you are not going to rise to 3 ohms.

Wired at 1 ohm on my subs, i had MANY frequencies in the 1.3-1.5 ohm range

I'm sure wiring to 0.35 could yield a 0.5 load after rise.

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Nice amp for sure.

I just have a quick question.

What exactly is the dynamic test?

I mean it seems a little odd.

It seems to me like a possible 1 sec number, when lightning strikes, like a max rating.

Nothing against the amp. Nothing against the test either. Im sure the test is accurate and has its validity, but I cant see where that applies for most of us. Its like an in kick SPL score for us window guys. The score is still valid in its own right, but its not really meaningful to our standard of scoring.

If that makes any sense.

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Nice amp for sure.

I just have a quick question.

What exactly is the dynamic test?

I mean it seems a little odd.

It seems to me like a possible 1 sec number, when lightning strikes, like a max rating.

Nothing against the amp. Nothing against the test either. Im sure the test is accurate and has its validity, but I cant see where that applies for most of us. Its like an in kick SPL score for us window guys. The score is still valid in its own right, but its not really meaningful to our standard of scoring.

If that makes any sense.

I wish people would do more AMM-1 testing. I have put out a lot of amps numbers using an AMM-1 so you know what you're actually seeing in a real world scenario.

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