Ok, as some of you may know, we are having probloms with the audiobling clipping. Im really not liking this. So Im on the hunt for new amps, perferbly 2 of them, 1 amp per sub.

But heres the deal. The amps must be 1 ohm stable bridged, none of this 1 ohm stable stereo crap... The amps must push anywhere from 2000 watts -- 3000 watts rms bridged at 1 ohm.

Im looking at the new US Amps. The USA-6000 which isnt out yet that I know of, but I think that a guy I know has 9 of them because he is sponsered by them.

USA-6000

Two Channel Class AB Amplifier

Total Power Output: 6000 Watts RMS

THD at Rated Power: 0.1%

Signal/Noise Ratio: >105dBA

Frequency Response: 5Hz-50KHz

Damping Factor: >2500

Fuse Rating: 900 Amps

Dimensions:

114mm / 4.50in High

229mm / 9.0in Wide

629mm / 24.75in Long

Weight: 14.52kg / 32.00lb

Variable 24dB Low-Pass Active Crossover

MSRP: $3,299 USD

One Ohm Stable

3000 Watts x 2 into 1 Ohms

6000 Watts Bridged into 2 Ohms

Available in Black or Chrome

So after looking at its specs, they point out that the total power output is 6000 watts rms, and that it pushes 6000 watts bridged 2 ohm, and then they say it is 1 ohm stable. So is it one ohm stable bridged??? is so this thing will push 8000 watts easly in 1 ohm bridged..

So yea, I guess I want to know if its 1 ohm stable bridged or stereo, because i see alot of cheaper companys saying there amps are 1ohm stable stereo, but I know us amps own all others.

If you got any other suggestions let me know. please give me a model number and site of the amp so I know what to look at, and where to find it.

reminder, 1 ohm stable bridged, and anywhere between 2000 and 3000 watts rms..

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