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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.


My comp setup (Not bad for what it is):

HP Compaq Presario V6120US laptop with:

15.4" widescreen

AMD Turion 64 X2 1.6GHz processor

2x1GB stick DDR2 SDRAM (667 Mhz)

Seagate Momentus 500GB SATA HDD

128MB shared video memory

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit

12 cell Lithium Ion battery (actual battery usage time: 6 hours)

What it does:

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On a USB 2.0 Wireless card

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Jacob, do you have any 16v testing for the 1500d??

Yah, there are several tests around -- here is one of mine :

http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=394409

2550 - 2640

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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...


Head Unit: Alpine CDA 9887

Sub Amps: 4 RF2500's

Subs: 8 SA-12's Walled

Comp Amp: 1 RF600.2 (for now)

Comps: (4) 6.5 Punch Mid Pros and 2 Punch Pro Tweeters

Batteries: (1) XS D5100 (5) D3100

Power Cables: 2 runs of 2/0 power and ground each front to back(Try-Star)

Alternator: Dual Mechman Rhino 250's

Deadener: Fatmat / Damplifier Pro

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SAE-1200D:

POWER : 1770 Watts

AMP VOLTAGE (measured) : DID NOT MEASURE

AMP CURRENT (calculated) : DID NOT MEASURE

ACTUAL IMPEDANCE (calculated) : DID NOT MEASURE

SUPPLY VOLTAGE : 12.65 V

What will this amp do at 14.4 Volts?

Close to 2000 Watts?

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Maybe if you bypassed the fuses... it is not intended for that sort of power and the fusing is sized for that reason. Fusing will pop in the 1700-1800 watt area.


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did you bypass the fuses in the 1500 to get that much power out of it?

Nope - they don't blow easily at all... I've had 2600 from one on 18v with no fuse popping.


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