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    smd Amp Dyno

    so with the hate some of you have for meade aside (he dosent make the product his logo is just on it)what do you guys think Amp Dyno Vs. Rockford Fosgate "400" watt amp - SMD D'Amore Engineering - YouTube







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    Re: smd Amp Dyno

    I like the idea, but I would like it much more if I could turn off the DD-1's on each channel.




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    Re: smd Amp Dyno

    Quote Originally Posted by pro-rabbit View Post
    I like the idea, but I would like it much more if I could turn off the DD-1's on each channel.
    yea with the dd1 you either like it or dont i personally use it in all the setups i do and haven't had one problem




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    Re: smd Amp Dyno

    Quote Originally Posted by pro-rabbit View Post
    I like the idea, but I would like it much more if I could turn off the DD-1's on each channel.
    Isn't that the key to its measuring ability? I would assume the preamp gain is raised by the "dyno" until the "built in dd1" reads 1% thd, and then it calculates wattage at that point.



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    Re: smd Amp Dyno

    Quote Originally Posted by av83 View Post
    Isn't that the key to its measuring ability? I would assume the preamp gain is raised by the "dyno" until the "built in dd1" reads 1% thd, and then it calculates wattage at that point.
    You could easily make that manual and use a scope. I hate DD-1 and won't use any tools that include it.




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    Re: smd Amp Dyno

    Quote Originally Posted by pro-rabbit View Post
    You could easily make that manual and use a scope. I hate DD-1 and won't use any tools that include it.
    Why? I'm sure you have good reason, but video of it side by side with an oscope seems to show it doing it's job.



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    Re: smd Amp Dyno

    Quote Originally Posted by av83 View Post
    Why? I'm sure you have good reason, but video of it side by side with an oscope seems to show it doing it's job.
    I feel the same way there is a video of the DD 1 next to a rather expensive oscope and its doing its job http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=np0lp...%3Dnp0lpIiSesU




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    Re: smd Amp Dyno

    yes why? lololololol. I think its a pretty neat but as usual, over priced. . . and I haven't even watched the video yet.




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