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About bigblank69

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    Huntley, IL
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    Regional Distribution Manager; Subaru of America
  • Interests
    Boating, Powerlifting, Audiophile
  • Audio System Setup
    Pioneer AVIC5201NEX, Orion XTR1000.4, 2 JL Audio 12TW3, Alphard DB-2000.1D, Infinity Perfect 600's

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  1. bigblank69

    Most Efficient Amp Ever? Brutal Sounds BS5.1

    Orion has their own buildhouse.
  2. bigblank69

    Someone faking as Ryan Blakenship's Channel?

    Yes it's fake. I reported it to YouTube... Please don't watch that guys stuff
  3. bigblank69

    brutal sounds bs2.1 dyno WTF over 90% efficient???????????????

    Their explanation is actually not very good. If the amp makes it before clipping... it makes it before clipping. Honestly in my opinion the only way to "Trick" the dyno is to use a shorter duration sine wave.... you could do a build track that would be a shorter amount of time and I theorize it would produce more power than the 10 second standard track.
  4. bigblank69

    brutal sounds bs2.1 dyno WTF over 90% efficient???????????????

    I am willing to be the clamp was only on one input..... real number would be double that
  5. bigblank69

    Earthquake D2- never dyno'ed?!

    They are just difficult to find for just doing a Dyno test on. Plus with most of them being 20 years old, the functionality and reliability of the amp becomes questionable.
  6. bigblank69

    its cheap, but is it that bad?

    It would probably be a good solution for someone....
  7. bigblank69

    Rockville DB14 Amp Dyno

    Audiosavings.com is the company that owns Rockville
  8. Seeing as I have a ton of experience in this department... let me be the first to say your friends are idiots lol A 30-40 amp PSU will be more than enough to test functionality of any amp I have seen. Most I have seen a amp pull at idle was 3 amps. Most come in at about 1-2amps at idle, and that usually is dependent on if it has a internal fan or not. Most I have ever seen a amp pull at turn on was 17 amps, and that was a 2800W Class A/B amp. Most amps there is little to no difference between Idle current pull and turn on.
  9. bigblank69

    Orion XTR-1000.1 vs. Rockford Fosgate Prime R750-1D?

    It's really not..... The XTR1000 doesn't perform as well as the XTR2500d or the 1500 for that matter...
  10. bigblank69

    Rms mark.

    probably a good starting point
  11. bigblank69

    Crimper for 0 gauge

    bought a $50 Hydro crimper on amazon and it easily will do 4/0
  12. bigblank69

    Rms mark.

    With a load being 1 ohm, volts and amps should be equal (On a TRUE 1 ohm load), in which case the math is V/A=1, V*A=2500W, 50Vx50A=2500W Granted that is with a resistive load. If your reactive load is rising to 2 ohms your VAC need to be at 70.5... however that amp won't put out a VAC of 70.5 as that is beyond its capability at 2ohms....
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