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Mike Waters
10-31-2013, 10:56 PM
Item(s) for Sale:
Solid Audio F2500d (but NOT the F2500d FORMULA!)



Item(s) Description/Condition:
Anyone with any information on this amp and NOT the FORMULA version Please help! I cant find out any info on this amp. Everyone I find says FORMULA on it and does NOT have dual power and ground inputs. Works perfect just unsure if I want to trade it or sell it as I do not know the value do to there being absolutely no info on this particular model.

Looking at it the amp guts appear to be similar to the IA20.1. in the for sale section

I read somewhere that Sundown bought out Solid Audio, someone chime in if they know anything.



Price:

Need Help Please


Shipping and Miscellaneous Item Information:

buyer pays actual shipping


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Pyromaniac4food
11-01-2013, 12:39 AM
These can put out a hair over 4k a guy I know clamped (@.5). ran below .25 also.

2Dcore
11-01-2013, 06:54 AM
It looks pretty **** beefy.

seedubs1
11-01-2013, 08:40 AM
Yes, pretty much the same thing as a 20.1. IIRC, there are some minor differences in the actual components used on the board, and the 20.1 is a bit higher end. The 20.1 could be dropped to lower impedance/voltage than these if I remember correctly, but if you're running these daily, you won't realize any difference. Also, I remember these being ok on .5 daily with good voltage.

I'd price it at about $300 (give/take $25) due to age and condition (it's got some pretty good scratches). It's a good amp, but it doesn't have an IA logo on it. Same thing's happening for Jose and what happened to me trying to sell an old Elevation dx1500.1. Same thing as a SAZ-1500, but you just can't sell it because it's got a different logo on it. Basically, nobody has heard of it, and it's never been a forum boner...