View Full Version : 1st MMATS amplifier Model 2075 Linear Power styling

03-02-2014, 07:02 PM
Item(s) for Sale:

MMATS 2075 Amplifier

Item(s) Description/Condition:

Good condition, clean internals, works great


$150 shipped anywhere in the lower 48 states

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03-02-2014, 07:15 PM
nice piece of history man. Awesome amp! Look how big it is! LOL

03-02-2014, 07:31 PM
Thanks man, it's probably 25 years old or so. MMATS does not even have information about it. It's a rare beast.

03-03-2014, 03:06 PM
Lol. "push to reset" button

03-03-2014, 03:24 PM
Lol. "push to reset" button

Sale pending per pm

Also if the reset don't work just put a penny in it.

03-03-2014, 08:25 PM

03-03-2014, 09:14 PM
When I bought the 2200 I did not buy the snow! Please keep your snow up there!

Bump ;)

03-11-2014, 07:00 PM
It's back on the market

No payment, no more pending sales. It's sold when payment hits Paypal.

No Dibs or holds


03-19-2014, 07:57 PM

03-19-2014, 08:41 PM
PM sent

03-21-2014, 11:48 PM
Has this sold? Does it work without ANY issues???

03-22-2014, 08:57 PM
Has this sold? Does it work without ANY issues???

For those that care I will put it out there first, Here is a conversation that I have been having with eg9 since selling him an amp about 3 weeks ago. His pms are in italics mine are in bold. Our conversations were going well until he accused me of selling him junk. I think running an amp 40-45% gain could be the issue.

Got a chance to install the 2200 yesterday and it keeps wanting to get very hot. It only cutoff on me once, I haven't ran it to the point of it cutting off again. Was ran at 2 ohm stereo and 4 ohm mono with the same results. Gain was only set about 40-45% both times.

I also cleaned the terminals, replaced the screws with brand new screws and I have some extra mounting feet I used.


When I ran it I had to run it open air. On a board. It did tend to get hot.
I was only running a single 8" sub though. Also was run 8v preouts with minimal gain.

I had it on a Pioneer p99. Running a pair of Phoenix Gold Ti2 15" subs, dual 4 ohm.

I'm sending the amp to a member that is great with repairing amps.

My only problem is with as many issues that I've had and still having with this amp I really do not think it was worth the $140.

So no response to my last pm?


I responded to the last one, nothing was in my sent box though. I am assuming it never sent or I sent it from work where we have websense that blocks things.
I replied that I was sorry you were not happy with your purchase. The amp worked flawlessly for me never had a problem. It did however get hot but not enough to roll back or shut down. I dont want to question your install or any other component in your system since that would not really solve anything. Let's face it, it could be countless things. Terry

I never did get a response off the last one.

I know it wasn't the install I've had three other amps installed since. It's ashame a seller doesn't take responsibility for what they sell specially after they admit it got "hot" off of a 4 ohm stereo load???

That's ashame.............

Either way I guess we will see what else you sell turns out bad then I'll chime in. Thanks for your response tho.

Might post a thread about the amp, not sure I'll see. Either way good luck, I'm sure I won't be the last person..................

Btw if you would have offered even a $20 refund on the amp I would have been cool with that. That would cover the shipping at least to a buddy for repairing..........

I hate newbies that come on here selling there junk!

Like I say tho, good luck!


I am not a newbie, I've been into high end home audio and car audio all my life. I've sold hundreds of thousands of dollars in items on the internet.
It's my experience that the amp got hot, As most amps from that era do. I am also familiar with post sale negotiations of items when sellers try to get some money off after receiving an item. You told me the amp turned off on you. I dont recall you telling me a time frame or if you were around town pounding on the amp. You just told me it got hot. If you look at the guts you will see there were no repairs or signs of a fault. I didn't question your install I didn't want to get into a pissing match. I could have very well offered you $140 back and you could keep the amp I mean I would not miss $140 or even $20. Is it possible that something came loose that had heatsink compound on it? Also remember these amps are not very efficient a byproduct of bad efficiency is heat.

My name is used everywhere Huge2na you will see I am far from a junk dealer, and not a ******* junk dealer.

03-22-2014, 10:19 PM
Cool story bro. Doesn't change the fact that it gets hot after a few minutes. Wasn't beating around town with it in the trunk. Installed it in my garage and ran it for a few minutes.

03-23-2014, 11:45 AM
5v preouts with the gain at 40-45% on a 20 year old amplifier and you want to know why it got hot and turned off? When that amp was made people did not even do that with 2v preouts. Learn how to hook up stuff properly please. Again when I ran it with 8 volt preouts the gain was a click from all the way down. I won't answer your PMS any longer please do everything in this forum.

03-23-2014, 12:40 PM
Same great attitude I got I got in all the pm's. Thanks!

Not expecting a response to any pm's...................good luck!

03-23-2014, 12:52 PM
How the amp was received. Poorly packed with just a little bubble wrap around the amp.

Surely hope you take better care of the "high end" equipment you deal with!




03-23-2014, 02:13 PM
I am known for my packing skills. I always over pack. Is it possible that a careless person dropped the package? Is it possible it was opened for inspection and then not packed correctly? I get packing supplies for free so why wouldn't I over pack?
See my feedback here that mentions numerous times how good my packing is.


03-23-2014, 04:13 PM
Not this time. It's was poorly packed. Bubble wrap was loose around the amp and was loose in the box. Did not look like it was opened after you packed it before shipping.