Sparkomatic
So here i have found on a forum from there some testing done between Taramps Banda Stetsom SounDigital. Apparently a dealer of all 4 amps has done testing on the 2500 series amps with a 2 ohm resitive load and a batt bank of 300 Ah

Taramps 2500 wrms @ 2 ohms

60 hz = 52v, 1352wrms @ 2ohms
100hz = 54,1V, 1463wrms @ 2ohms

Banda Ice 2500 wrms @ 2 ohms

60hz = 60V, 1800wrms @ 2ohms
100hz = 60,9V, 2380wrms @ 2ohms


SounDigital 2500 wrms @ 2ohms

60hz = 70,9V, 2513wrms @ 2ohms
100hz = 69,8V, 2436wrms @ 2ohms

Stetsom 2500 wrms @ 2 ohms

60hz = 61,7V, 1903wrms @ 2ohms
100hz = 63,8V, 2035wrms @ 2ohms


I donot know how exactly the test were done and where is current output measurement but i thought this would be some info on the amps as people are always looking and questioning them. and now with questions regarding the Banda and taramps I too would like to see some larger version comparisons.
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kraven moorehead
Let me have that Stetsom 2k5d and I will show you 2500+ @2 ohms. These must be nominal impediences not after rise.
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Bigwillystyle
But same for everybody... Fair testing across the board...
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kraven moorehead
OK Box rise doesnt matter in the output of an amp.....
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2lo2flo
We clamped 2350 rms @ 4.1 ohm of the 2k5d today at a test and tune meet.

I'll post vids and pics tmrw.
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Bigwillystyle
but box rise would be the same for each amp..
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clkwrkorg36
he said it was a resistive load. meaning no rise.
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2lo2flo
2k5d Test

103.6 volts
22.7 amps
4.56 ohm
2352 watts
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