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  1. skylineTT

    Mark Anthony MK-2500X

    300 shipped
  2. I know some guys come on here asking about ohm loads for their single or multiple speaker setups. Well the way it works is that speakers use voicecoils and each are rated at a certain impedance. Speakers with 1 voicecoil (single voice coil, SVC) have a final ohm load of whatever that coil is rated (single 4 ohm, single 8ohm, single 2 ohm). Speakers with 2 voicecoils (daul voice coil, DVC) are more flexible with a final ohm load because you can parallel and series the coils to achieve lower and higher ohm loads, respectively. Parallel means that you connect all positive terminals together and all negative terminals together and it decreases the ohm load by a factor of 2 (only on dual voice coil speakers) or by a factor of the number of coils being used (for quad voice coil or multiple speaker setups). (Example) a dual 4ohm subwoofer in parallel achieves a 2ohm final load. Series means that you connect a positive terminal to a negative terminal, then connect the remaining positive and negative terminal to the amp. This increases the ohm load by a factor of 2. (Example) a dual 4ohm subwoofer in series achieves an 8ohm final load. By series or parallel wiring a speaker, you increase or decrease the final ohm load by the number of coils that are used. (Example) a quad 1ohm can series 2 pairs of coils to have (2) 2ohm loads. then parallel those 2ohm loads to get a 1ohm final load. Clearly there is more flexibility when you have more coils. If you don't like thinking about it too hard, you can use these simple online calculators to help you get started. This calculator shows a few diagrams of different configurations and you can type in the load of each coil to figure out the final load of your setup. Series Parallel Speaker Impedance If you use more subs than provided, you might have to calculate it in your head. . . . This is another simple calculator that lets you apply your amplifiers wattage, then input your speaker's final impedance to calculate power division and final ohm load. Speaker Impedance The goal here is to make the "total impedance" value match the impedance value that your amplifier is rated at. Then input the impedance value of your speakers to show how much power each will get. You can select different speaker configurations right above the calculator to better suit your needs as well. Hope this helps.
  3. skylineTT

    Jbl gto 14001

    Wont let me PM you. This new website format blows balls for messaging. Anyway, Interested in the amp. Also have a Mark Antony 2500 if you're interested in a trade.
  4. skylineTT

    Mark Anthony MK-2500X

    Trade for smaller 2ohm amp plus cash
  5. The pictures appear to have been lost in the new website format
  6. skylineTT

    Mark Anthony MK-2500X

    Mannn
  7. skylineTT

    Memphis 16-mc1500d

    I'm interested. Are you saying the amp works 100% with the exception of the Power Status LED? Need pics of the amp and proof of ownership.
  8. skylineTT

    I'm really new and I have questions

    I can confirm the SD-10 sounds dang good in a small sealed enclosure.
  9. skylineTT

    Mark Anthony MK-2500X

    Bump
  10. skylineTT

    Cheap eBay Heads

    God it got cheaper https://www.amazon.com/Kenwood-KMM-BT518HD-Digital-Receiver-Bluetooth/dp/B06XKG697W
  11. skylineTT

    Cheap eBay Heads

    we just bought this kenwood recently with the install kit and harness for cheap on crutchfield recently (of all places to get a good deal). KMM-BT518HD | Receivers | CAR ENTERTAINMENT | KENWOOD USA Not a big fan of kenwoods displays but the feature list was great for the money and it literally made a positive sound difference in my stock system. Blew me away. Audio: Maximum Output Power : 50W x 4 (MOSFET Power IC) Dual USB (Front / Rear) 3 Preout (4.0V) Kenwood sound reconstruction, restores musical to compressed music Equalizer (13Band) Time Allignement Drive EQ Subwoofer Level Adjustable System Q Bass Boost Loudness Built-in LPF/HPF Other: MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, FLAC Decoder with ID-3 Tag Display iPod/iPhone Direct Connection with Optional cable*1 iPod Skip/2 Speed Search Function Pandora / iHeart Radio App Ready (iPhone App) Drive Change (For Android or Card Reader) Android Music Playback Android Rapid Charge Tuner: Built-in HD Radio Sirius XM (SXV100/200/300) Ready Backup Memory for Tuner Preset FM/AM 24 Station Presets (18FM, 6AM) RBDS with Radio Text AME (Automatic Memory Entry) Features: Bluetooth Built-in (Hands-Free Profile / A2DP/ AVRCP1.5/Aptx) NFC Dual Phone Connection (up to 5 phones can be paired at the same time I believe?) Wireless Music Browsing Pandora / iHeart Radio App Ready (Android App : A2DP/SPP/Multi Profile) Rear Wired BT Microphone included Remote App for Android, iOS via Bluetooth OEM Remote Interface Up/Down Seek Tuning
  12. skylineTT

    Mark Anthony MK-2500X

    Buy ittttttt
  13. Cory might still be building. I just hit him up on facebook since I think he possibly left this forum a while back.
  14. skylineTT

    Mark Anthony MK-2500X

    Thanks mane!
  15. skylineTT

    Mark Anthony MK-2500X

    PM'd.
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