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    Re: SSL 3000 Watt 1 ohm stable ClassD Monoblock

    Quote Originally Posted by n2audio View Post
    If he has a car built in the last 20 yrs...Probably.

    You wouldn't be able to crank out 0db test tones at stated 14v power, but a 1000-1500w system will perform just fine playing music on an average stock electrical system.

    Although a burnt up alt every couple years can be expected.
    I ran 800-1000 watts on a 90 amp alt. Car quest battery under the hood and yellow top D31A in the trunk and 1/0 gauge power and ground.
    I burnt up my alternator in 1 year. Bought it brand new. 1 year later it was putting out 12.9volts.



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    Re: SSL 3000 Watt 1 ohm stable ClassD Monoblock

    Quote Originally Posted by SLIPKANOT View Post
    I got two type r 12s. i need like 1200 watts. at one ohm i think this amp would push at least that. that is all i need. and the price is right
    apsm 1500s are $125 shipped
    1500rms @ 1 ohm



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    Re: SSL 3000 Watt 1 ohm stable ClassD Monoblock

    Quote Originally Posted by jockhater2 View Post
    I ran 800-1000 watts on a 90 amp alt. Car quest battery under the hood and yellow top D31A in the trunk and 1/0 gauge power and ground.
    I burnt up my alternator in 1 year. Bought it brand new. 1 year later it was putting out 12.9volts.
    Mileage varies.

    I've been running 900-1500w rms in high mileage cars with 75-130A alts for over 10 yrs.
    1000w shouldn't be a problem on an average electrical system, say 80-140A alt.

    You can't be surprised by an alt failure every year or two, but that comes with the hobby IMO.
    I'd rather swap out a warrantied alt every couple years than mess with an HO.




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    Re: SSL 3000 Watt 1 ohm stable ClassD Monoblock

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    Last edited by n2audio; 10-11-2012 at 10:18 AM.




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    Re: SSL 3000 Watt 1 ohm stable ClassD Monoblock

    Quote Originally Posted by n2audio View Post
    Mileage varies.

    I've been running 900-1500w rms in high mileage cars with 75-130A alts for over 10 yrs.
    1000w shouldn't be a problem on an average electrical system, say 80-140A alt.

    You can't be surprised by an alt failure every year or two, but that comes with the hobby IMO.
    I'd rather swap out a warrantied alt every couple years than mess with an HO.
    I did about 3,000 miles on the car. I live 1 mile from work. And own 2 cars.
    I won't be going back to stock alts on systems. Nor would I recommend it to anyone if they ask for my personal opiinion.



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