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Sundown Amp Clamp Tests

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I've done various testing on the 1500s, 3000s, 3500s, and 4500s on 16v if you look around. Since I no longer have a 16v system in the Jeep it won't be possible for me to do a test just like this one, though.

The 1000 and 1200 won't like 16v much.

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Hey Jake, what headunit did you use? Also, any line drivers/signal processors used in this test?

ALOHA FROM HAWAII,

SKY

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$160 Sony Xplod from Best Buy -- lowest one with a USB plug. Works great for me :)

No signal processors or line drivers.

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$160 Sony Xplod from Best Buy -- lowest one with a USB plug. Works great for me :)

No signal processors or line drivers.

:o nnnnnnoooooooo!!!! i have to burn my saz-1500's now!!! :cray:

jk

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Would it be possible next time you do a test like this to get current draw numbers too?

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Wow...am i reading this correctly...slightly above 1 ohm, at 12.8 volts the 1500 made 1900 watts? Holy sh!t..so wouldnt this thing easily break 2k on a solid 14+ v system. Damn that is insane.

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Wow...am i reading this correctly...slightly above 1 ohm, at 12.8 volts the 1500 made 1900 watts? Holy sh!t..so wouldnt this thing easily break 2k on a solid 14+ v system. Damn that is insane.

Assuming the same ohm load, you could easily break 2kW with a solid 14+ volts.

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Sundown audio's official UDERRATED!!!

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Very UNDERATED.. I have had the opertunity to played with a SAZ3000 and now a SAZ35000 and I will say VERY UNDERRATED.

Customer for life here......

I am looking at getting another 3500 come the turn of the year to run a bunch of SA12's.....Fun times for sure...

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