Ain't she purty!?!?!


danielbea122

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Funny thing is that my voltage isn't dropping anymore than it did with the taramps hd3k.

This thing slams my xfls
 
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danielbea122

danielbea122

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What’s the difference between the bass 5k and the md5000
I asked the seller on Amazon that exact same question.

Here is HIS answer "The frequency response and the output filters are different. The Bass and MD series have different tones, so the sound output will be different"

I bought it because it draws 209 amps max consumption and the md5000 draws 245 amps max.
 

Popwarhomie

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MD is rated at 12 volts and 60hz
Bass is rated at 14 volts and 40hz
MD is full range
Bass is not
MD can run up to 16 volts
Bass line can run up to 17 volts
MD line should not be ran under 1 ohm
Bass line can run under 1 ohm.


BTW buying from Amazon you are not going to get a Warranty.
 

BCotrell

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May 27, 2015
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irvine, ca
MD is rated at 12 volts and 60hz
Bass is rated at 14 volts and 40hz
MD is full range
Bass is not
MD can run up to 16 volts
Bass line can run up to 17 volts
MD line should not be ran under 1 ohm
Bass line can run under 1 ohm.


BTW buying from Amazon you are not going to get a Warranty.
I wondered that, Who’s the guy to work with to get an md
 
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danielbea122

danielbea122

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Jul 29, 2019
330
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Anymore more bass and I wouldn't wanna drive this bitch lol

After couple of hours of playing and it's not even warm 15-20% gain
 
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danielbea122

danielbea122

CarAudio.com VIP
Jul 29, 2019
330
35
Tampa
MD is rated at 12 volts and 60hz
Bass is rated at 14 volts and 40hz
MD is full range
Bass is not
MD can run up to 16 volts
Bass line can run up to 17 volts
MD line should not be ran under 1 ohm
Bass line can run under 1 ohm.


BTW buying from Amazon you are not going to get a Warranty.
Hey man I got a question. The power and ground have 2/0 inputs right but im using my 1/0 to 4 ga reducers as seen in the pic. Is that a bad idea? Should I remove the reducers(voltage is fine)? I feel you almost get a better connection because it's so nice and tight with the reducers.
 

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