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    Visonik V4000XD Question

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    Digital Class X Mono-Block Amplifier

    12 - 17V DC Power Input
    0.2 - 8V RCA Input Voltage
    Frequency Response 10 Hz - 350 Hz
    Short / Overload / Thermal Protection
    Bridgeable with second Class X Amplifier (V900XD Only)
    24dB Variable Subsonic Filter
    24dB Variable Low Pass Filter
    0 - 18 dB Variable Bass Boost
    Remote Gain Control module
    Rca Line OutPut
    V4000XD Features:
    4000 Watt x 1 Mono Block Amp

    Rms Power @14.4V DC

    1 x 2500W Rms @ 4 Ohm
    1 x 3500W Rms @ 2 Ohm
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    Could you do 5 X 500W RMS @ 4 Ohm?
    Thanks in advance
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    Re: Visonik V4000XD Question

    same as my amp only way uglyer. those amps like 2ohms, they put out way more power. if you can do a 2ohm load.




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    Re: Visonik V4000XD Question

    Could you do 5 X 500W RMS @ 4 Ohm?




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    Re: Visonik V4000XD Question

    yep, but it wont be as loud. if all you have is 4ohm subs then i guess you're out of luck. my amp is 75w@ 4ohm and 3600@ 2 ohms. a little different.




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    Re: Visonik V4000XD Question

    What do you mean it wont be as loud?

    Will it be able to put out 500 W RMS to 5 Subs @ 4ohm? thats all I am Asking.




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    Re: Visonik V4000XD Question

    yep. "stupid 10 chars"




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    Re: Visonik V4000XD Question

    What amp do you have? Where did you get it?




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