Right now I have a DD M1B and just looking for some more power, would this even be worth the swap out? any help is greatly appreciated
Right now I have a DD M1B and just looking for some more power, would this even be worth the swap out? any help is greatly appreciated
http://www.caraudio.com/forums/itrader.php?u=74109
stay dd just bump to the m2a
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the power difference in-between those two amps is negligible the dd is much more reliable
considering the dd is 1900rms and the ab is like 2500rms and probably overrated
2014 Chevrolet Cruze Diesel
Big sq install on the horizon if money stays good
2012 Nissan Versa Hatch
Deadened but stock, girls ride now
i wouldnt hesitate to swap , you will notice a difference. i had the ph4000md and a dd m1a1 iirc is 1400rms @ 1ohm . and i say imo the american bass will put out more power then the dd you have now. ph4000md ran @ .5 ohm no problems . got a little warm thats all very easy on electrical as well. hope i could help bro
Edit : just noticed the dd is rated at 1900rms @ 1ohm. so the two amps you compared are more then likely going to give you the same results in the end
im just saying we recently clamped a pair of the 2500 and they barely made over 1100 so i doubt the 4000 even does 2000 and they are rated for 14.4 where as the dd is rated at 1400w at 1ohm and 11.9v, the 1900w clamp result was for 1ohm and 14.4 so yea dd all the way.
the ab is a solid amp but i would pick their big bro everyday even when comparing subs dd is the original with the best parts
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Clamp results D M1b
Voltage drop: 13.5v
49.1 Volts
45 Amps
49.1 x 45 = 2209 watts
49.1 / 45 = 1.08 ohms
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I guess it depends on who clamped..I have seen the lowest of 1900 @ 1ohm and 2 clamp tests claimed 2200 @ 1 ohm...shrugz..take it for what it is, I would stick with the reliability of the DD....now, if we were talking the VFL 150.1, or something like that, well..
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