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Diplexers
07-14-2004, 04:14 AM
I am seriously thinking of running one SoloX 18" off of two Eclipse DA7232's. I want to compete Meca M5 but don't know if they have anything in Arizona. I could pull off street C in DB Drag. If you know of any events in Arizona, help me out.

Qckrun
07-14-2004, 09:24 AM
I am seriously thinking of running one SoloX 18" off of two Eclipse DA7232's. I want to compete Meca M5 but don't know if they have anything in Arizona. I could pull off street C in DB Drag. If you know of any events in Arizona, help me out.

Check out USACi at www.caraudioevents.com
Theres always tons of comps in Arizona, and if not Arizona, Vegas, which i dont think is to far from there. If you want to travel, there is a 2x weekend in Northern California on the Sept. 25/26th weekend for USACi, there also may be a show friday night, but its still up for debate.

Just check out that site, and it should set u up. dB Drag isnt to popular in Arizona.

Qckrun
07-14-2004, 09:26 AM
Cottonwood, AZ---7/24
Glendale, AZ---7/25

I guess if u really want to go u can go in 2 weeks lol.

Also if u can, theres a Triple point event in Vegas this weekend. $45 to enter, which for a triple, isnt bad. You should check it out if u like to drive.

packerfan
07-14-2004, 04:10 PM
I am seriously thinking of running one SoloX 18" off of two Eclipse DA7232's. I want to compete Meca M5 but don't know if they have anything in Arizona. I could pull off street C in DB Drag. If you know of any events in Arizona, help me out.Id personaly send more power to the solox, 4kw might get a decent score but more power couldnt hurt.

Diplexers
07-15-2004, 01:27 AM
Id personaly send more power to the solox, 4kw might get a decent score but more power couldnt hurt.
That is 2000 watts each channel. Equals up to 8000 watts.

somekook
07-15-2004, 03:17 AM
god, 8000 watts on a solox 18"... mmmmmmmmm

packerfan
07-15-2004, 10:47 PM
That is 2000 watts each channel. Equals up to 8000 watts.
4000 watts max.....1000 per channel rms=2000 watts per amp x 2 amps = 4000 watts

Bumpin' Yota
07-15-2004, 10:50 PM
Even with "only" 4kW on that sub, you are going to blow the coil if you abuse that sub like most people I know do.....

Lots of thin wire gives great BL (40+) but not so hot (or actually very hot) for power handling...

Yota made funny!

Diplexers
07-16-2004, 02:12 AM
Its 2000 max "per channel", two channels, dual mono. I know its the max rating, but that is what I plan on running it at.

Bumpin' Yota
07-16-2004, 04:51 PM
Its 2000 max "per channel", two channels, dual mono. I know its the max rating, but that is what I plan on running it at.


4kW rms is the power rating you'll have if you use 2amps or 8kW peak. Eclipse uses off terminology at times....;)

tRiGgEr
07-16-2004, 04:56 PM
Its 2000 max "per channel", two channels, dual mono. I know its the max rating, but that is what I plan on running it at.

Do you plan on plugging in to a nuclear reacture to pull off the MAX rating max means nothing. :thumbsup

Diplexers
07-17-2004, 12:14 AM
Do you plan on plugging in to a nuclear reacture to pull off the MAX rating max means nothing. :thumbsup
No, instead I'm going to plug each amp into 3000 potatoes(series). That should give me the power I need. :idea:

Termlab
07-26-2004, 02:41 PM
nuclear reactor vs. potatos....... not much of a difference if you ask me. good thinking

CP400M
07-26-2004, 05:49 PM
No, instead I'm going to plug each amp into 3000 potatoes(series). That should give me the power I need. :idea:
lol :laugh:

saywhat?
07-26-2004, 08:42 PM
and maybe the potatoes will bake and u can feed everyone at the show.