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    Phoenix Gold Titanium 600.2

    I am looking at getting one of these. Can they be bridged into 2 ohm mono?



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    Re: Phoenix Gold Titanium 600.2

    bump......



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    Re: Phoenix Gold Titanium 600.2

    Quote Originally Posted by Puggsley456
    bump......

    Go to phoenixgold.com and find out. It's not hard too!!!!




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    Re: Phoenix Gold Titanium 600.2

    most of the Ti's are meant to be run at 4ohms





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    Re: Phoenix Gold Titanium 600.2

    Yes they will run at 2 ohms just that they become very inefficient meaning that at 2 ohms you will not be getting much more power than at 4 ohms but they are 2 ohm stable.




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    Re: Phoenix Gold Titanium 600.2

    Quote Originally Posted by kazino
    Yes they will run at 2 ohms just that they become very inefficient meaning that at 2 ohms you will not be getting much more power than at 4 ohms but they are 2 ohm stable.
    Thanks for all your help guys!

    I noticed whils going through the phoenix gold forums that they dont have a specific rating for it bridged in 2 ohm but their people say:

    The Ti600.2 will produce an RMS of 600 watts into a 2 ohm bridged load. This is taxing the amplifier a bit, so expect to run hot. You should not have any difficulty with this load, as the Ti amps are 1 ohm stereo/2 ohm bridged stable.
    If you can achieve 4 ohms, it will be more thermally stable

    With the fan in it Should I be really concerned about the heat?

    I wonder if I should do it in 1 ohm stereo instead?



    What ya guys think......will it be a big jump from my Alpine MRP M350?
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    Re: Phoenix Gold Titanium 600.2

    try it out and see I'm running mine at 3 ohms as a sub amp for my jl w7 12" and I'm definately using all the watts that it has to give most of the time, it doesn't even get warm on long journeys. Try it out and just monitor that it isn't getting hot, even if it does it's a clever amp with lots of protection circuitry and will shut itself down.




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    Re: Phoenix Gold Titanium 600.2

    I just picked the amp up and it turns out that it comes with a brand new remote gain controll for my dash. I have never had one of those before. How does it affect the gain setting on the amp itself?



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    Re: Phoenix Gold Titanium 600.2

    i believe they function as a remote bass boost knob, so i don't see their usefulness if that's true...my PG Tantrum 1200.1 has the same feature.




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