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dB Don
Andrew!! Long time no see. How are you?
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When I ran in 95-96 I has 3 soundstream class A 6.0 amps 25x2 (for the 0-150 class) and we could get 900+ mono at 1 ohm each. Did a 145.7 running 2 on 96 off a ac 180 mic.just had to pop that in even if it is a old topic lol
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Master Yoda
not that it matters after 9 years but tis thing is /NASTY!! STRONG I personaly have clamped over 1800 watts out of this amp and is rated at 300@4ohms!!

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Cadence has some really strong amps Im not sure if they still use a comp. rating but I know their older amps up to the daytona series did I believe the Daytona 2500.1 was rated at 100 watts at 4 ohms
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loud tercell
Americanbass cx1200d rated 12watts at 4ohms so 48watts at 1ohm clamped 1400rms on 14v
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It's funny that after 9 years USACi still uses "cheater" amps.

Get with the times people. 4 ohm ratings??
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We would love to see this changing, 4ohm power is minimum 4 times lower than 1 ohm, but normally 1/3 of the power due to the power supply voltage drop at the minimum load...
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Ex Team Neo member, Mike Cummings, is doing a 157.4 in USACi, with an American Bass 200.1, in the 0-600 stock class. You can contact him on the USACi forums, his screen name is brownmca6.

[ 04-08-2010, 01:09 PM: Message edited by: tekk45 ]
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