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    Icon14 Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    You guys need to go check out the new AD-1 test Dereck Williston just posted on this new Taramps model .... Impressive for sure .... *** It's a 1800.1 amp .... don't know how I messed that up in the title, sorry guys .... ***

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    Re: Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    We are not surprised on the results. We have been helping and selling Taramp's since 2013.

    Some of the information the "rep" provided to D is wrong.. like always.. but the product itself is flawless.




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    Re: Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    seen this im not shocked by the numbers at all just the taramps are very fragile on the electrical side one slip on anything the amp will go bye bye , just talking from experience with my hd 8k awesome amp very powerful very electrical fragile though




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    Re: Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    Thats some impressive numbers that little amp is putting!!!

    What do you guys estimate the 1ohm version would be doing at 1.3 ohms? Its rated at 1800 1ohm and 1400 2 ohms



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    Re: Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    Why do Brazilian amps always come with tiny power inputs? 4ga is way too small if it can pull 300+amps of current.

    And I thought Brazilian amps were supposed to be more efficient- 64% is no better than Korean amps.




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    Re: Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    That was with sine waves. It will pull way less current on music and be much more efficient. They have small inputs because they are meant to have short runs to the battery banks.



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    Quote Originally Posted by XxAndreaxX View Post
    too many freq at once, burn the coil, we all know, over 40-50hz, its all coilburning material.

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    Re: Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    Quote Originally Posted by Popwarhomie View Post
    That was with sine waves. It will pull way less current on music and be much more efficient. They have small inputs because they are meant to have short runs to the battery banks.
    Would have been all that much more just to put 0 gauge inputs on....



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    Re: Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    Quote Originally Posted by gotgixers View Post
    You guys need to go check out the new AD-1 test Dereck Williston just posted on this new Taramps model .... Impressive for sure .... *** It's a 1800.1 amp .... don't know how I messed that up in the title, sorry guys .... ***

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cN3nXLteJgw
    Glad he posted the video, he told me those results on Friday or Saturday and I was stunned. Crazy strong results, he genuinely seemed to love that amp.

    He is deciding between 3 different amps to go in his personal vehicle, The taramps is one, a RF Power 1500.1BD and a JL Audio HD1200. Wonder which one he'll pick now...



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    Re: Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    Quote Originally Posted by shizzzon View Post
    We are not surprised on the results. We have been helping and selling Taramp's since 2013.

    Some of the information the "rep" provided to D is wrong.. like always.. but the product itself is flawless.
    Is this the same rep you talked about last time about misinfo? If so, either make his *** tell the truth quit spreading rumors that aren't true or have him terminated.



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    Re: Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    Quote Originally Posted by bigblank69 View Post
    Would have been all that much more just to put 0 gauge inputs on....
    I agree that they should just go ahead and put 1/0 inputs on them but I have always had mine within 2 foot of my battery banks. But even a 5 foot run of 4 gauge can safely carry quite a bit of amperage.

    My 20k had single 4/0 1 foot runs for power and ground.



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    Quote Originally Posted by XxAndreaxX View Post
    too many freq at once, burn the coil, we all know, over 40-50hz, its all coilburning material.

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    Re: Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    Quote Originally Posted by Boomin_tahoe View Post
    Is this the same rep you talked about last time about misinfo? If so, either make his *** tell the truth quit spreading rumors that aren't true or have him terminated.
    He just bought an SMD amp dyno and will be dynoing alot of Taramps soon.



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    Quote Originally Posted by XxAndreaxX View Post
    too many freq at once, burn the coil, we all know, over 40-50hz, its all coilburning material.

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    Re: Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    I love my HD3k. Awesome amps.



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    Re: Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    Quote Originally Posted by THATpurpleKUSH View Post
    And I thought Brazilian amps were supposed to be more efficient- 64% is no better than Korean amps.
    This is what we call "a lie". The 90% efficiency that manufacturers brag about is generally at 4 ohms and run just to clipping. Pretty much best case scenario on a test bench.

    That said, real-world you won't ever see either extreme for very long or at all.




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    Re: Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    I don't know about 90% efficiency but I swapped a Phoenix Gold Ti2 2000.1 out directly for a Taramps HD3000 and the difference in the drain on my electrical system was tremendous.

    The PG amp would regularly drop my voltage into the 12s. With the Taramps my voltage rarely drops into the 13s.

    So my setup got louder with less strain on my electrical and the amp takes up less space. What's not to like?



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    Re: Taramps MD 8000.1 amp

    you know they could have just use the hd 3000, tweaked and watered it down a bit and beefed it up for 40hz perfomance and then slapped the 1800.1 label on it just to get a b*ner going on. if it costs more than the hd3k then idk about the price to performance ratio.... If it costs way less, then FK yeah!!!



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