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M1 MKII



Frequency Response: 15 Hz ~ 250 Hz
Signal to Noise Ratio: 100 dB
Input Sensitivity: 6 ~ 0.2 V
Crossover: 24 dB/Oct
Low Pass Filter: 35Hz ~ 250Hz

Subsonic Filter: 10Hz ~ 50Hz

Bass Boost: 0 ~ 9 dB

Phase: 0 ~ 180 Hz
Damping Factor: 300<
Power Terminal gauge: 0 GA x 3
Fuse Rating: 850 A



12V 14,4V 16V

4 Ohm: 1 x 1900 w / 1 x 2800 w / 1 x 3300 w

2 Ohm: 1 x 3500 w / 1 x 5200 w / 1 x 6100 w

1 Ohm: 1 x 6400 w / 1 x 9500 w / 1 x 11000 w
Lined
4 Ohm: 1 x 7000 w / 1 x 10200 w / 1 x 12200 w
2 Ohm: 1 x 12800 w / 1 x19000 w / 1 x 22000 w
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ELECTRIC TEAM M_D
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Anyone ever tested these, the M1?

http://b2-audio.com/m1u.html

Saw that the superior street max car from Italy were using them and doing good scores.
This amp should doing very good! Its very simular to CS K9s and SPD D9s
at external yes internal of this there are more changes made by b2 owner
more power and stability

congrats and thanks to jay and ben(B2 AUDIO)for made this amplifier
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billy s
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Better Bass
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billy s
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I am the USA sales rep for B2 Audio,If you have any questions you can PM or contact me by EMAIL at jraudio2@yahoo.com.THANKS. B2 Audio Better Bass.
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billy s
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Better Bass
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billy s
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Originally posted by billy s:
M1 MKII



Frequency Response: 15 Hz ~ 250 Hz
Signal to Noise Ratio: 100 dB
Input Sensitivity: 6 ~ 0.2 V
Crossover: 24 dB/Oct
Low Pass Filter: 35Hz ~ 250Hz

Subsonic Filter: 10Hz ~ 50Hz

Bass Boost: 0 ~ 9 dB

Phase: 0 ~ 180 Hz
Damping Factor: 300<
Power Terminal gauge: 0 GA x 3
Fuse Rating: 850 A



12V 14,4V 16V

4 Ohm: 1 x 1900 w / 1 x 2800 w / 1 x 3300 w

2 Ohm: 1 x 3500 w / 1 x 5200 w / 1 x 6100 w

1 Ohm: 1 x 6400 w / 1 x 9500 w / 1 x 11000 w
Lined
4 Ohm: 1 x 7000 w / 1 x 10200 w / 1 x 12200 w
2 Ohm: 1 x 12800 w / 1 x19000 w / 1 x 22000 w
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mart145dbl
i order an M1 MKII
suppose to be BETTER BASS....
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mart145dbl
receive today thank jay
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jaychocolate
You Are welcome Martin.
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billy s
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Originally posted by billy s:
I am the USA sales rep for B2 Audio,If you have any questions you can PM or contact me by EMAIL at jraudio2@yahoo.com.THANKS. B2 Audio Better Bass.
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M1 MKII



Frequency Response: 15 Hz ~ 250 Hz
Signal to Noise Ratio: 100 dB
Input Sensitivity: 6 ~ 0.2 V
Crossover: 24 dB/Oct
Low Pass Filter: 35Hz ~ 250Hz

Subsonic Filter: 10Hz ~ 50Hz

Bass Boost: 0 ~ 9 dB

Phase: 0 ~ 180 Hz
Damping Factor: 300<
Power Terminal gauge: 0 GA x 3
Fuse Rating: 850 A



12V 14,4V 16V

4 Ohm: 1 x 1900 w / 1 x 2800 w / 1 x 3300 w

2 Ohm: 1 x 3500 w / 1 x 5200 w / 1 x 6100 w

1 Ohm: 1 x 6400 w / 1 x 9500 w / 1 x 11000 w
Lined
4 Ohm: 1 x 7000 w / 1 x 10200 w / 1 x 12200 w
2 Ohm: 1 x 12800 w / 1 x19000 w / 1 x 22000 w
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M1 MKII



Frequency Response: 15 Hz ~ 250 Hz
Signal to Noise Ratio: 100 dB
Input Sensitivity: 6 ~ 0.2 V
Crossover: 24 dB/Oct
Low Pass Filter: 35Hz ~ 250Hz

Subsonic Filter: 10Hz ~ 50Hz

Bass Boost: 0 ~ 9 dB

Phase: 0 ~ 180 Hz
Damping Factor: 300<
Power Terminal gauge: 0 GA x 3
Fuse Rating: 850 A



12V 14,4V 16V

4 Ohm: 1 x 1900 w / 1 x 2800 w / 1 x 3300 w

2 Ohm: 1 x 3500 w / 1 x 5200 w / 1 x 6100 w

1 Ohm: 1 x 6400 w / 1 x 9500 w / 1 x 11000 w
Lined
4 Ohm: 1 x 7000 w / 1 x 10200 w / 1 x 12200 w
2 Ohm: 1 x 12800 w / 1 x19000 w / 1 x 22000 w
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THE-SCRAPER
What are the dimensions of the M1 amplifier?
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