Did you spec the wires instead of rails?? I like it.
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Over the months / years the transformer leads can vibrate and rub off the enamel and short out at that point.
I have also seen some occasional problems with solder on the larger solid rails.
We took alot of stuff learned on the 3000s over the years and applied it to this model.
dam every time i see the gutz i wanna fuc.k
My initial testing:
10,320 watts from my pair @ 1.5 ohms each actual impedance after rise, starting at 0.5 DCR
Little more testing... dropped it down to 40 Hz which is ~1.3 after rise :
5735 per amp
17.9v @ rest -- have not measured my voltage drop.
Power output is right on par which what I have expected - with a larger battery bank I bet I could get even more from them.
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**** those r super duper **** I know mine arrive on tuesday hell ya, & hopefully along with the rest of the night shades.........
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We picked up a few of these yesterday.
More pics later.
From smallest to largest;
saz-3500d, saz-3000d, saz-1500d, sax-50.4, saz-1000d
Saz-3500d measurements. Heighth and width are the same as the rest of the saz series amplifiers.
Case is 26" long
Including the rca termninals and power terminals it's 27.25" long.
Width is 10" at the mounting feet.
Heighth is a hair over 2.25"
hawt, and the numbers look great.
I cant wait to order some of these up from the next batch
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Those gutz are sexay
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12.75 cubes net ~25Hz tuning 200 sq inches of port (lowz?)
AC position- 250 amp alt
Stock alt position- 225 amp alt
(2) XS Power D3100's
4 power+ 4 ground runs of 1/0-gauge to rear
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**** they look good. I love big amps, it makes my subs want them lol. look good though. Your gonna to do extensive testing on them right, low voltage, each ohm load, and etc.
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40' of 1/0 Gauge
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I got a little testing done. These are "unofficial" results. Until I use Jacob's equipment I won't consider it official. I did not use peak hold on my meters (and yes they are true rms). Instead I recorded my 3 meters all in real time with my camera reading ac voltage output, ac amperage output, and dc voltage input at the amplifier. Then I slowly rolled into the volume to prevent spikes and held it for 5 seconds so the readings could level off.
2,318watts @ 2.9ohms after rise @ 13.7v after drop.
4,040watts right around 1ohm after rise dropping to 11.3 volts.
Again, these were not peak hold measurements and these are unofficial results. I'll get some official results from Jacob's equipment on Monday or Tuesday. That way all our testing will be uniform from the same meters.
guts look very nice.
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