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    Icon32 MA Audio - HK-4000D

    Hi guys...

    I was looking for a replacement for my Rockford Fosgate 1501 BD amplifier.
    Then I stumbled upon the HK-4000D from MA Audio.

    Since I don't know the brand too well, I was hoping if someone could tell me if this would be a good replacement (for the RF 1501 BD)...

    Here is the link for the amplifier: http://www.maaudio.com/productview.cfm?pid=2369205

    Anyways this amplifier will be used to power 2x 12" RE XXX subwoofers. I just think the power which the RF puts out is just not enough to make the RE XXX pound as they should unfortunately.

    And will I get in trouble with my current electrical system?

    My car:

    Audi A3 Sportback 2.0 TDI
    - (stock) alternator 140 A
    - 2nd battery Optima Yellow top
    - Lightning Strike 50 Farad cap.

    Please let me know what you think of the above.

    Thanks.







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    Re: MA Audio - HK-4000D

    * bump *

    Nobody who has any experience with the MA Audio - HK-4000D?




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    Re: MA Audio - HK-4000D

    i think to get the full power from em you have to have a beefy electrical and a 17 volt charging im not sure




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    Re: MA Audio - HK-4000D

    Uhm... I emailed MA Audio as well... They don't answer quickly. :S




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    Re: MA Audio - HK-4000D

    Takes 17volts to get 4000watts. Ditch the cap.





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    Re: MA Audio - HK-4000D

    Yeah and it takes 14.4v to get 3600W RMS.




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