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    WTT large RF 2 channel for a class d.

    looking for the same power or a little more , just in a class D mono. this one is too much of a current hog for my stock electrical. (well , almost stock. got the big 3 in knu 1/0) BTW , its a punch 801S

    works great and seriously pounds. does an underrated 200x2@4ohms 400x2@2ohms and 800x1@4ohms

    Please no crap , will take something in the 500 watt range if its really nice but if you are trading run of the mill type stuff then i'm looking for equal power.




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    Re: WTT large RF 2 channel for a class d.

    Will it do 2 ohm bridged?



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    Re: WTT large RF 2 channel for a class d.

    not supposed to.




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    Re: WTT large RF 2 channel for a class d.

    exactly what model is that? 800.2? i may have something, but i would like to know exactly what that is....... might dig around when i get home and see if i still have end caps for it....




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    Re: WTT large RF 2 channel for a class d.

    i believe the model number on that amp is 801s.


    to the op you do know that that amp is rated at 60A a decent 500watt class d amp is going to pull just as much current as that amp.




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    Re: WTT large RF 2 channel for a class d.

    yah, i found the model is 801s after i posted..... same huts as the 800.2/800a2's... just un-fused, i believe....




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    Re: WTT large RF 2 channel for a class d.

    yes its a 801S and that 60 amp rating is per power terminal (twin 8 gauge terminals) . LOL. believe me if you run it with a 60 amp fuse it will pop i found that out the hard way. its over 800 watts , 60 amp fuse makes no sense for that power.




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    Re: WTT large RF 2 channel for a class d.

    can't believe i forgot to list the model number. LOL. I'm editing OP now.




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    Re: WTT large RF 2 channel for a class d.

    Quote Originally Posted by ge_off_me View Post
    Will it do 2 ohm bridged?
    I wouldnt advise it. I hooked mine up at 2 ohm bridged to see how my sub liked the power, amp got HOT... it never went into protect or even flinched, but it was too hot for me to say I'd run it that low for daily. I guess if it does ~1500-1600 watts @ 2ohm bridged, it would be ok to burp with it though (basically what I was doing)



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