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i ordered one for a friend...should be at my shop any day.  Ill post pics! :)

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7 hours ago, meade916 said:

i ordered one for a friend...should be at my shop any day.  Ill post pics! :)

Rad. Thanks chief. I know its new, just wanted to see it, and get some info. ( loved pur B2 m1u's we ran for a bit,  wish wed kept em tbh)

IN for some pics and hands on fun stuff. Thanks bro. 

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So the MA 6000. This project was started a while back and is our latest entry into the MA line. We were aiming for a slightly more budget friendly  amp to sit just around where the Zero.7r was. Although the Z.7R was and is a FANTASTIC amplifier, it's very costly. It's costly to produce and for $1500 it was a bit much for most. The MA6k puts out more power and is more cost effective for the end user. So far testing on this new platform has been amazing. 

http://b2audiostore.com/ma-6000-1-mono-amplifier/

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This is a full bridge amplifier, done the B2 way. This amplifier is built in Korea and features a MASSIVE heat sink in comparison of it's competition. It also has at least double the capacitance as well. We don't build amplifiers to catch fire, or blow up. We build amplifiers to last, and to outperform the competition in power, quality, and reliability. This bad boy has been tested to the tilt, and it's honestly one of the most stable full bridge amps on the market today, with a board design and heat sink that is proprietary to B2 Audio.   

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We loved our B2 M1us when we ran them. We had them, before B2 really became a thing. And, ill tell you, we loved the fit and finish. Just flat great looking boards. Also, the customer service, was awesome, even at that time, it was great. Great communication, great pricing for us, the hole 9 .....

They ran cool, all the time, even wired down, made awesome power, and had great control over the cones. Wish we wouldnt have sold them.  The heat sink, caught my eye on this board, and was really curious about it. Stoked to see Steve get us a vid, of a walk around on er .... Thanks Andrew, appreciate the support. 

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