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    WTT: My underrated Phoenix Gold Tantrum 500.2 for your 4 Channel amp

    I have a Phoenix Gold Tantrum 500.2 that does well over rated power.


    What I am looking for.
    I am looking for a quality 4 channel amp that does atleast 125wrms x 4 @ 4 ohms. I'd prefer 150wrms+ x 4 @ 4 ohms. Im not looking for crappy amps. This Tantrum is a top of the line amp so dont send me crappy amps, please.

    I would really be interested in a Phoenix Gold tantrum 600.4.


    Phoenix Gold Tantrum 500.2

    Specs:
    Designed with an emphasis on earth shattering power, and exceptional sound quality through advanced engineering and efficient production technologies, the new Tantrum series amplifiers from Phoenix Gold break the barrier in affordable, high end car audio. In fact, every aspect of this line is new from the ground up! While affordability typically means sacrificing high performance features, the Tantrum series breaks new ground with its built-in options. For superior sound reproduction, the Tantrum 500.2 amplifier feature an internal, defeatable 18dB per octave crossover and is equipped with inputs that can be connected directly to a high power head unit for greater versatility. This series also offers an adjustable 18 dB Bass Boost at 45 Hz for that slam in your face bass. These amplifiers handle the demands of a high performance mobile audio system with maximum power and dependability. The PWM Mosfet power supply commands maximum output, even under intense heat, while the new thermally efficient heatsink design supplies improved thermal dissipation. This, combined with the built-in overload and thermal protection circuitry, provides safe and reliable performance. LPL wired Low Pass Level control is optional.
    Please note that Phoenix Gold amplifiers and speakers are only shipped to destinations within USA.

    Key Features:

    Thermally Efficient Heatsink
    Timed Acoustically Integrated Muting (TAIM)
    Differential RCA or Speaker Level Inputs
    Tri-Linear Capability Allows Simultaneous Stereo and Bridged Operation
    18dB / Octave High Pass or Low Pass Crossover
    40Hz to 800Hz Continuously Variable Crossover Frequency
    Auxiliary Outputs Route Inverse Crossover Signals
    Variable Twin-"T" Bass EQ Circuit Provides Up to 18 dB of Boost at 45 Hz
    Optional RMD Remote Monitoring Display Port
    Optional LPL Low Pass Level Controller Allows for Driver's Seat Adjustment of Bass Volume
    Amplifier Type: 2-channel
    RMS Power: 125W x 2 @ 4 ohms
    RMS Power: 250W x 2 @ 2 ohms
    Bridged RMS Power: 500W x 1 @ 4 ohms
    Speaker Level Inputs: Yes
    Preamp Outputs: Yes
    Built-In Crossovers: HP/LP
    Bass Boost: 0 - 18 dB
    Frequency Response: 20-20,000 Hz



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    Quote Originally Posted by GeekSquad View Post
    Make the port as large and as round as possible. For example, a square port is more round than a rectangular one; an octogonal port is more round than a square port. Also, keep the number of ports down to one, if possible.




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    Re: WTT: My underrated Phoenix Gold Tantrum 500.2 for your 4 Channel amp

    Also open to purchasing another Phoenix Gold Tantrum 500.2 for my rear fill.



    07 black Yamaha V-Star FI 1300. 08 GMC Sierra QC SLE2 Texas Edition
    Rockford Fosgate 3Sixty.1, Focal Utopia Components, Focal K2P Components with Digital Designs T1 Tweeters, Audiopipe AQX-360.4, Audiopipe 3001D
    References: 21: DesertHeat, Ravens9322, Netherland24, Insomniac119, killahbean, Charlieee, Dustin19, djman37, dirthog, JayRich, JimJ, RassyMX, Slayerx, smgreen20, lyttleviet, RAM_Designs, Gingerbreadman, DarkHart, cwill5, Imtjnotu, Bettr n' Revrse

    Quote Originally Posted by GeekSquad View Post
    Make the port as large and as round as possible. For example, a square port is more round than a rectangular one; an octogonal port is more round than a square port. Also, keep the number of ports down to one, if possible.

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    Re: WTT: My underrated Phoenix Gold Tantrum 500.2 for your 4 Channel amp

    You have PM.



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    Sub Amp: DB Drive A5 800.1
    Comp Amp: DB Drive A5 90.4
    Sub: 10" Alpine Type R
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    Re: WTT: My underrated Phoenix Gold Tantrum 500.2 for your 4 Channel amp

    Still looking.

    Interested in any quality 4 channel amp that will do 150wrms x 4 @ 4 ohms or open to adding a second Phoenix Gold Tantrum 500.2 or 600.4



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    Quote Originally Posted by GeekSquad View Post
    Make the port as large and as round as possible. For example, a square port is more round than a rectangular one; an octogonal port is more round than a square port. Also, keep the number of ports down to one, if possible.

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    Re: WTT: My underrated Phoenix Gold Tantrum 500.2 for your 4 Channel amp

    Um...pictures?





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    Re: WTT: My underrated Phoenix Gold Tantrum 500.2 for your 4 Channel amp

    I knew I forgot something. I'll take some pictures real quick and get them uploaded. The amp is in good condition. I'd say for an amp that is 11 years old, its in great condition. It has a few scuff marks on the edges, but otherwise is very shiny. I'll get the pictures up asap



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    Rockford Fosgate 3Sixty.1, Focal Utopia Components, Focal K2P Components with Digital Designs T1 Tweeters, Audiopipe AQX-360.4, Audiopipe 3001D
    References: 21: DesertHeat, Ravens9322, Netherland24, Insomniac119, killahbean, Charlieee, Dustin19, djman37, dirthog, JayRich, JimJ, RassyMX, Slayerx, smgreen20, lyttleviet, RAM_Designs, Gingerbreadman, DarkHart, cwill5, Imtjnotu, Bettr n' Revrse

    Quote Originally Posted by GeekSquad View Post
    Make the port as large and as round as possible. For example, a square port is more round than a rectangular one; an octogonal port is more round than a square port. Also, keep the number of ports down to one, if possible.

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    Re: WTT: My underrated Phoenix Gold Tantrum 500.2 for your 4 Channel amp







    I have been planning on either doing some touch up paint or completely repainting the black portion of the amplifier. It looks much worse in the pictures than in person. So with a few of the scuff marks that can be EASILY touched up, but that is why I am selling this for cheap @ $140 shipped via FedEx and fully insured. I bought this amp for $175 used. Underrated, nearly indestructable, Class T Technology (Class A/B quality with Class D efficiency) and works flawlessly
    Last edited by Trancer; 03-10-2012 at 06:08 AM.



    07 black Yamaha V-Star FI 1300. 08 GMC Sierra QC SLE2 Texas Edition
    Rockford Fosgate 3Sixty.1, Focal Utopia Components, Focal K2P Components with Digital Designs T1 Tweeters, Audiopipe AQX-360.4, Audiopipe 3001D
    References: 21: DesertHeat, Ravens9322, Netherland24, Insomniac119, killahbean, Charlieee, Dustin19, djman37, dirthog, JayRich, JimJ, RassyMX, Slayerx, smgreen20, lyttleviet, RAM_Designs, Gingerbreadman, DarkHart, cwill5, Imtjnotu, Bettr n' Revrse

    Quote Originally Posted by GeekSquad View Post
    Make the port as large and as round as possible. For example, a square port is more round than a rectangular one; an octogonal port is more round than a square port. Also, keep the number of ports down to one, if possible.

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    Re: WTT: My underrated Phoenix Gold Tantrum 500.2 for your 4 Channel amp

    Willing to trade towards an H.O. alternator or an extra battery.

    Price reduced: $120 shipped



    07 black Yamaha V-Star FI 1300. 08 GMC Sierra QC SLE2 Texas Edition
    Rockford Fosgate 3Sixty.1, Focal Utopia Components, Focal K2P Components with Digital Designs T1 Tweeters, Audiopipe AQX-360.4, Audiopipe 3001D
    References: 21: DesertHeat, Ravens9322, Netherland24, Insomniac119, killahbean, Charlieee, Dustin19, djman37, dirthog, JayRich, JimJ, RassyMX, Slayerx, smgreen20, lyttleviet, RAM_Designs, Gingerbreadman, DarkHart, cwill5, Imtjnotu, Bettr n' Revrse

    Quote Originally Posted by GeekSquad View Post
    Make the port as large and as round as possible. For example, a square port is more round than a rectangular one; an octogonal port is more round than a square port. Also, keep the number of ports down to one, if possible.

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