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    old school autotek mean machine 44 or 40 XLI

    anyone have any real world number? could it get to 100 bridged at 8 ohm?







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    Re: old school autotek mean machine 44 or 40 XLI

    anyone?




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    Re: old school autotek mean machine 44 or 40 XLI

    100watts at 8ohms for the Model 44 is pushing it. What exactly are you trying to power?



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    Re: old school autotek mean machine 44 or 40 XLI

    I figure an old school 8 ohm sub




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    Re: old school autotek mean machine 44 or 40 XLI

    What's up?



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    Re: old school autotek mean machine 44 or 40 XLI

    Quote Originally Posted by Louisiana_CRX View Post
    I figure an old school 8 ohm sub
    That's what I figure as well, just wanted to clarify.



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    Re: old school autotek mean machine 44 or 40 XLI

    Why are people posting this useless shit in the classifieds? Damnit I'm gonna have to start cleaning this place up.




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    Re: old school autotek mean machine 44 or 40 XLI

    its under amplifiers in the "car audio discussion?"



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    Re: old school autotek mean machine 44 or 40 XLI

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    its under amplifiers in the "car audio discussion?"
    I'm drunk, I say classifieds.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Saget View Post
    I'm drunk, I say classifieds.



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    Re: old school autotek mean machine 44 or 40 XLI

    Bob needs to go back to bangin' his sister over there in Hickory, keep his drunk ass away from a keyboard.



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    Re: old school autotek mean machine 44 or 40 XLI

    Quote Originally Posted by Louisiana_CRX View Post
    I figure an old school 8 ohm sub
    yup that was correct good call, but, im going to go a different route. thanks for the help.




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