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    AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    AT 1200.1 - BNIB - $200

    DD M1B - Used - $250

    Newer black RF T1000.1 - Used 9/10 - $235

    Sundown SAE-1200 - Refurb - $290


    Trying not to upgrade 4ga and keep voltage respectable without upgrade. These are my options, opinions?

    If you're going to choose one or diss one you must specify reason, I dont just want "Sundown. RF. AT." Intelligent reasons why, backed by real life experience or proof.

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    Re: AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    Quote Originally Posted by TreyE View Post
    AT 1200.1 - BNIB - $200

    DD M1B - Used - $250

    Newer black RF T1000.1 - Used 9/10 - $235

    Sundown SAE-1200 - Refurb - $290


    Trying not to upgrade 4ga and keep voltage respectable without upgrade. These are my options, opinions?

    If you're going to choose one or diss one you must specify reason, I dont just want "Sundown. RF. AT." Intelligent reasons why, backed by real life experience or proof.

    Trey
    I would say the m1b .. Dd makes very efficient amps ... prolly best on your electric
    Out of the amps you named

    ---------- Post added at 11:00 AM ---------- Previous post was at 10:59 AM ----------

    Also does great on lower voltage




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    Re: AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    Quote Originally Posted by TreyE View Post
    AT 1200.1 - BNIB - $200

    DD M1B - Used - $250

    Newer black RF T1000.1 - Used 9/10 - $235

    Sundown SAE-1200 - Refurb - $290


    Trying not to upgrade 4ga and keep voltage respectable without upgrade. These are my options, opinions?

    If you're going to choose one or diss one you must specify reason, I dont just want "Sundown. RF. AT." Intelligent reasons why, backed by real life experience or proof.

    Trey
    All of those are very solid options man. I've seen the AT800.1 in action (similar to 1200 obviously just smaller), sae1200 in action and I own a RF T1000, seen plenty of DD M3bs and M4a and they are great amps so I'm sure the M1B is no bitch in its own respect. Honestly whatever is the cheapest of the 4 I would go with that. They are all about he same. Great amps IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy13091 View Post
    I would say the m1b .. Dd makes very efficient amps ... prolly best on your electric
    Out of the amps you named

    ---------- Post added at 11:00 AM ---------- Previous post was at 10:59 AM ----------

    Also does great on lower voltage
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    Re: AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    The cheapest and newest is AT 1200.1. Thats what Im leaning towards based off price point. Appreciate input. If DD is very efficient that would sway me as well, dont like low voltage.

    Electrical- 130amp alt, big 3 ofc, 100ah battery up front, 4ga ofc to back.



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    Re: AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    Quote Originally Posted by TreyE View Post
    The cheapest and newest is AT 1200.1. Thats what Im leaning towards based off price point. Appreciate input. If DD is very efficient that would sway me as well, dont like low voltage.

    Electrical- 130amp alt, big 3 ofc, 100ah battery up front, 4ga ofc to back.
    I still say dd would be the best for your electric




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    Re: AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    Quote Originally Posted by TreyE View Post
    The cheapest and newest is AT 1200.1. Thats what Im leaning towards based off price point. Appreciate input. If DD is very efficient that would sway me as well, dont like low voltage.

    Electrical- 130amp alt, big 3 ofc, 100ah battery up front, 4ga ofc to back.
    You're good to run any of those amps with that electrical bro.




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    Re: AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    If the rf is the bdcp version i would get it. It puts out rated at varying ohm loads and they r beast. My 1500 put out 1980 @1 1763@2. And 1284@4 so u got the 1500 up to i would say 3 ohms. They r solid amps that put out plenty of power. Look at the model number on top and if the bd is red its the constant power series and i would get it. Being that music is dynamic and ur ohm load varies at different frequency this amp would be my choice.




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    Re: AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    Quote Originally Posted by shauncox26 View Post
    If the rf is the bdcp version i would get it. It puts out rated at varying ohm loads and they r beast. My 1500 put out 1980 @1 1763@2. And 1284@4 so u got the 1500 up to i would say 3 ohms. They r solid amps that put out plenty of power. Look at the model number on top and if the bd is red its the constant power series and i would get it. Being that music is dynamic and ur ohm load varies at different frequency this amp would be my choice.
    It just says T1000-1bd

    It is not red. Just looked it up, CP is constant power version. I see. No its regular version.

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    Re: AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    The bdcp version puts out rated power at varying ohm loads. The example bdcp is rated 750@4 1000@2 1000@1 were as the older bd might be 250-300@4 5-600@2 and 1000@1. Don't quote me on those ratings they are more of an example than rf's actual ratings




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    Re: AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    Quote Originally Posted by TreyE View Post
    It just says T1000-1bd

    It is not red. Just looked it up, CP is constant power version. I see. No its regular version.

    Serial number 0000410101-40
    I've owned the DD M1A, not the B, but I was very impressed with it. Puts out solid power, and didn't strain my electrical (mine is almost the same as yours). And RF amps are great also, good build quality, and without voltage dips put out serious power. It's all on preference and price man.



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    Re: AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    So no one has anythin bad to say about anything. You guys are making this tough lol. Leaning to dd @ at. Might have to get a magic 8ball.



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    Re: AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    Quote Originally Posted by TreyE View Post
    So no one has anythin bad to say about anything. You guys are making this tough lol. Leaning to dd @ at. Might have to get a magic 8ball.
    Another plus side with the dd is it can be wired extremely low if ever wanted




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    Re: AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    the at1200 requires 1/0 so that may be out

    ---------- Post added at 12:48 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:47 PM ----------

    i own a 800.1 thats hooked up if you want to see does 1000 rms at 1 ohm




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    Re: AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    I vote DD as well. Since it doesn't mind lower voltage to do rated.




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    Re: AT 1200.1, DD M1B, New Style T1000.1, or SAE 1200?

    Quote Originally Posted by shauncox26 View Post
    If the rf is the bdcp version i would get it. It puts out rated at varying ohm loads and they r beast. My 1500 put out 1980 @1 1763@2. And 1284@4 so u got the 1500 up to i would say 3 ohms. They r solid amps that put out plenty of power. Look at the model number on top and if the bd is red its the constant power series and i would get it. Being that music is dynamic and ur ohm load varies at different frequency this amp would be my choice.
    That is what the birth sheet says not what it will do in the real world unless you are running a power supply and a resister. And they are horribly inefficent.



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