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    Difference between the VFL 1100.1 (12 volt) and the VFL 1100.1 (18 volt)

    Whats the difference between the two. Is it saying that you can run the 12 volt version on 12 volts and you don't have to have 14+? I really didn't realize until now there were 2 different 1100.1 versions. Pardon my stupidity Lol and thanks for any and all help.

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    Re: Difference between the VFL 1100.1 (12 volt) and the VFL 1100.1 (18 volt)

    lol, one is max rated at 18v, that is all..... ask this dude who has played with both... @TaylorFade ;




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    Re: Difference between the VFL 1100.1 (12 volt) and the VFL 1100.1 (18 volt)

    Quote Originally Posted by basswiigee View Post
    lol, one is max rated at 18v, that is all..... ask this dude who has played with both... @TaylorFade ;
    actually not true basswiigee, but close ,the 18 volt version is stable at 18 volts ,but produces less power at 12 than the 12 volt model,and the 12 model is onlt stable up to 16 volts at best




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    Re: Difference between the VFL 1100.1 (12 volt) and the VFL 1100.1 (18 volt)

    Quote Originally Posted by mylows10 View Post
    actually not true basswiigee, but close ,the 18 volt version is stable at 18 volts ,but produces less power at 12 than the 12 volt model,and the 12 model is onlt stable up to 16 volts at best
    lol, thats what was in my head just didn't come out right.... thanks mylows..




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    Re: Difference between the VFL 1100.1 (12 volt) and the VFL 1100.1 (18 volt)

    Quote Originally Posted by basswiigee View Post
    lol, thats what was in my head just didn't come out right.... thanks mylows..
    No problem man. They are both bad azz amps tho. Can go wrong either way




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