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    wtb sq amp for comps

    I'm looking to buy a good sound quality amp, 50-60 watts rms for my new rainbow comps.







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    Re: wtb sq amp for comps

    I got a LIKE new us acoustic 4085. Does 85x4@4ohms would make them rainbows sound great.

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    Re: wtb sq amp for comps

    Buy my PPI :-P

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    Or you can buy a Diamond D6 or an Eclipse or Zapco etc...



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    Re: wtb sq amp for comps

    Im willing to let mine go fairly cheap let me know bro, this amp really needs to go.




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    Re: wtb sq amp for comps

    I think this guy would go way cheap on his ARC.

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    Re: wtb sq amp for comps

    i have a KAC-X520
    90x2 RMS @4ohms @12v or 125x2 RMS @ 2ohms @ 14v


    here are the full specs.


    here is a pic of the amp.


    PM me if interested.
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    Re: wtb sq amp for comps

    Kicker SX350.2, does quite a bit more power than you're looking for, but headroom is a good thing. The DSP is incredible on it, fully adjustable slope and point xovers, EQ, etc. etc. Here's a list of what all it does. $200, let me know if you're interested.

    Built-In 32-Bit Digital Signal Processor (DSP)

    24-bit audio resolution
    44.1kHz sampling frequency
    0.7 millisecond response time allows additional, non-digital amplifiers to be used in the system
    Kompressor adjustable expansion / compression system
    Contour Mode fattens bass output at low to moderate listening levels
    Attack Mode enhances the sharp, quick attack in bass and midbass
    Redline Mode controls dynamic peaks for a more even output
    Digital high- and low-pass crossovers
    10Hz – 16kHz variable high-pass frequency adjustable in 1/12th octave steps
    30Hz – 20kHz variable low-pass frequency adjustable in 1/12th octave steps
    6 – 36dB / octave variable crossover slopes
    Digital KickEQ fully parametric equalizer
    20Hz – 20kHz variable frequency adjustable in 1/12th octave steps
    0.5 – 10 variable bandwidth (Q) in 0.5 increments
    Boost or cut 0 – 18dB in 1dB steps
    Selectable left / right independent phase
    UltraMatch gain control circuit
    5-stage input circuit for optimal level matching and the best signal-to-noise (S/N) ratio
    1, 2, 4, 8, or 16-volt input range selection
    12dB adjustment in 0.5dB steps for each input range
    Memory presets
    4 presets for installers or tweak-a-holics
    Each preset is pre-loaded with common settings for easy setup
    Customize each preset for quick access
    Sick Bay diagnostics
    Real-time amplifier diagnostics and troubleshooting
    Keeps a running history of past trouble faults
    Check current voltage and temperatures
    Recall minimum and maximum voltages
    Recall minimum and maximum temperatures
    ISIS Vacuum Fluorescent Display
    The flexibility and precision of DSP is just the beginning. The SX series is all about pure, clean, audiophile power, with handpicked tight-tolerance components and a no-holds-barred design philosophy.
    Features:

    Audiophile components throughout
    Double-sided glass epoxy circuit boards with large copper traces
    Oversized Litz wound toroidal transformers for improved efficiency
    Large TO-218 bipolar output devices for higher current capacity and reduced resistance
    Triple Darlington output device configuration for lower distortion and excellent sound quality
    Custom-wrapped HFQ electrolytic capacitors for maximum bass impact
    Precision tolerance metal film resistors and poly film capacitors in the audio signal path
    Isolated dual power supplies
    Fan cooled
    Remote level control
    Custom-tooled oversized power and speaker output terminals
    PreAmp Signal Transfer (PAST) output RCA lack
    Soft muting circuit controlled by the DSP
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    Re: wtb sq amp for comps

    I dont think this guy cares, he has made no replies.




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    Re: wtb sq amp for comps

    memphis mclass amps all the way



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    Re: wtb sq amp for comps

    I do care, but i've been busy. All these amps have too much power. This is for my new rainbow 6.5 soundline comps. 60 watts rms according to speedsound and I don't want to over power them too much.




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    Re: wtb sq amp for comps

    Im not trying to be mean, but do you know anything about car audio? The rated rms on anything is just a thresh hold. If you take alook more on the board in many areas you will find people pushing 2000rms to a 1000rms sub like myself and have no problems. I used to own some infinity components rated at 85 rms, but they sure did love the 120 watts I fed them and knowing rainbow is a very quality speaker you would have no problem and further more you set the gains on an amp so you would have absolute no problem.




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    Re: wtb sq amp for comps

    Quote Originally Posted by BassAddictJ
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    Re: wtb sq amp for comps

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Loki
    Im not trying to be mean, but do you know anything about car audio? The rated rms on anything is just a thresh hold. If you take alook more on the board in many areas you will find people pushing 2000rms to a 1000rms sub like myself and have no problems. I used to own some infinity components rated at 85 rms, but they sure did love the 120 watts I fed them and knowing rainbow is a very quality speaker you would have no problem and further more you set the gains on an amp so you would have absolute no problem.
    This is true, don't be afraid to give them a little more power



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    Re: wtb sq amp for comps

    i have a brand new PG xenon 200.2
    PM me for pics,specs




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    Re: wtb sq amp for comps

    Yes I do know quite a bit about car audio, I'm running 1200 watts to my alpine type r. I don't know how much my rainbows can take, I don't know much about them, I just got em for a really good price. I just don't know how much they can take.




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