Okay, I'm thinking I need a little more power, so I'm looking to get an amp that'll do around 4 - 4.5kw. So, I'm going to post up my 2k6 here and see if there is any interest. I'm thinking about picking up an IA 40.1, pair of 20.1s, pair of AQ 2200s, Memphis 4kw, AB 400.1, AB 500.1, Stetsom 7kd, etc, etc, etc. Therefore, I'd be willing to do a trade + cash for one of those amps if anyone is interested.
There have been some doubts about this amp, and questions about it's reliability for daily use. I can assure you that I have used this amp daily for approximately six months, and I have not had any issues. Also, about 5 of those were at 0.5 ohm, and the other was at 2 ohm. Below are the Stetsom ratings and my own personal clamp test results. The only issue I've had with it is that it is kind of loud. The fan inside of it runs loud enough to be heard when the music is playing at very low levels, but can easily be droned out, and also it can be covered up if placed directly behind a seat.
Ratings from Stetsom:
RMS Power @ 13.8V <0,9% THD Mono 2 Ohms: 3000 Watts
Mono 4 Ohms: 2200 Watts
Mono 8 Ohms: 1200 Watts
RMS Power @ 12.6V <0,9% THD Mono 2 Ohms: 2600 Watts
Mono 4 Ohms: 2150 Watts
Mono 8 Ohms: 1050 Watts
Minimal Input Impedance: 0,2V
Total Harmonic Distortion: < 0,9 % THD
Signal to Noise: > 90 dB
Crossover Frequency LOW PASS: 50 to 15 KHz
Frequency Response: (FULL RANGE) 20 Hz to 15 KHz (-3dB)
Input Tension: 9 to 16V
Power Consumption: 3,3 to 240 A
Dimensions : 70 x 280 x 330 mm
My clamp results:
Basically I just spent an hour trying to host or attach this **** excel file.
I can't do it, so if someone would like to do it for me, I would greatly appreciate it, or I will email it to everyone.
I tried it as a Word doc, but couldn't get it under the size restrictions.
I tried it as a .bmp (Paint), but couldn't beat those restrictions either.
And I couldn't find a site to host an excel file.
Not mine, but from the guy I got it from - the amp is still in great condition.
Price: I'm looking for around $600 shipped + PP fees.
Let the lowballing begin.