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    Wtb Rockford t4000

    Looking to buy Rockford t4000 needs to be in pretty good shape to mint and how will this amp perform daily at .7 ohm







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    Re: Wtb Rockford t4000

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    Looking to buy Rockford t4000 needs to be in pretty good shape to mint and how will this amp perform daily at .7 ohm
    all the power series amps I have owned would go into protect when dropped below there rated impedance without any modifications.



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    Re: Wtb Rockford t4000

    Wouldn't run it below 1ohm



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    Re: Wtb Rockford t4000

    Damm lol I need something in the 4-5 range that can wire at .7 I'm thinking about just get a new bc5500 for 980$ shipped




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    Re: Wtb Rockford t4000

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    Damm lol I need something in the 4-5 range that can wire at .7 I'm thinking about just get a new bc5500 for 980$ shipped
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    Re: Wtb Rockford t4000

    That Rockford 4K isn't the right piece to play with low impedance. When they blow up, you need to send them to RF for a whole new board. AFAIK Nobody repairs just components on them.




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    Re: Wtb Rockford t4000

    Well it sounds like it's not a good idea but I've been doing it for a while. Years with no problems at all. Two strapped at 1.34 ohm and soon each will be wired on their own to 0.7 ohm. I have "good" listening habits I guess. But on second thought maybe I'll run them at 1.4 ohm on my new build...

    I can get you one though. PM me if you're still interested.
    Last edited by Chrispy; 09-19-2012 at 04:10 AM.




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