Finished Building System, Any thoughts?


Boomin_tahoe

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Your original post was basically said garbage amps, I want their old school, that's it. It never mentioned budget amps. So, don't try to baby face it now. If you would've read the thread, or, had somebody else read it to you, then you would've realized t bg at there is a video of a guy running two W7's with a rub2500.1 If you had any class, then, you would know how to actually talk like a human being to people. Anybody can shit on another guys system, which is exactly what you like to do. Zero help to the thread, zero. Go back to your trailer or Mommy's basement kid! Isn't it past your curfew yet? And, make sure to clean your room before Dad gets home. Peace!
Re read my replies where I very clearly and in English where I mentioned its a budget amp.
 

Boomin_tahoe

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I guess that joke flew way over your head. The sensitivity on this thread is mind boggling...
My sincere apologies to you then sir. So much BS in this post/thread that it's hard to tell over the internet/forum if one is joking or not. I'm at work right now so yeah I could be in and out.
 
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BCotrell

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Im still continuously amazed that someone would spend north of $500 on w7’s in general...then to power it on an over rated and electrically exhaustive budget amp.
 

Jeffdachef

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i'm sorry but I need to clear the air about all this misinformation. The soundstream is only a 1750 rms amp, 2230 if you are basically clipping, its a current hog and will only make those numbers at very high charging voltage. Dynamic numbers are peak power trash numbers that fool every noob possible. Using dynamic numbers is the equivalent to bringing up peak/max power ratings in modern car audio. why? because when does music draw a lot more current and power than a 0 db sine wave stress torturing an amp beyond its capabilities? how do these magical watts appear that goes past amplifier power supply capabilities? If anything the amount of power produced out of an amplifier is significantly less with less current draw on music due to the fact that music is not recorded as high db sine wave.

The reason why these people are telling you that your sub is going to laugh at the soundstream is because they understand and or experienced what clamped power is and the concept of impedance rise which in short, as the coil travels through the motor, your impedance fluctuates, even if the amp is supposed to do 3000 watts at 1 ohm and you are wired to 1 ohm, you actually only see 2 to 4 ohm power while playing music. Its physics, this is also why you have people claiming their sundowns can handle 2x the rated power... nope they are just getting their rated power if you actually put them to a clamp and measure real world power, not what you see on a bench. normal people wont know this, only the dummies deep in the rabbit hole that even pay to compete for cheap trophy in power restricted class would know so dont sweat it man. Clamping will also show why there's no way in hell your amp will make more power on music rather than sine waves. the bass strength in the recording is no where near a pure tone sine wave.

There is no MD3000 dyno, only an HD 3000 which is a full range amplifier of a totally different line.

there is a dyno of the MD 1800.1 2 ohms version and that amp does way more power certified than the soundstream at a much lower voltage aka a lot more efficient. there's 1 ohm and 2 ohm versions of the taramps md3000.1 idk why you only looked at 4 ohms. If an 1800.1 amp dynos for 2476 clean certified how much do you think the MD 3000 is going to dyno?

If you are going to do research, might want to really check out everything there is to know rather than just pick one amp you have a boner for, it'll save you a lot of money, get you a lot louder.

ps Inb4 this post is misconstrued as condescending rather than informative and thought provoking.

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2RZ-FE

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I would’ve went more conservative with a 90 amp alternator. American Bass HD.
More than 1k + highs amp is dumb without proper system upgrades Yeah music pulls less blah blah blah but still.
 
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Bobbytwonames

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i'm sorry but I need to clear the air about all this misinformation. The soundstream is only a 1750 rms amp, 2230 if you are basically clipping, its a current hog and will only make those numbers at very high charging voltage. Dynamic numbers are peak power trash numbers that fool every noob possible. Using dynamic numbers is the equivalent to bringing up peak/max power ratings in modern car audio. why? because when does music draw a lot more current and power than a 0 db sine wave stress torturing an amp beyond its capabilities? how do these magical watts appear that goes past amplifier power supply capabilities? If anything the amount of power produced out of an amplifier is significantly less with less current draw on music due to the fact that music is not recorded as high db sine hich in short, as the coil travels through the motor, your impedance fluctuates, even if the amp is supposed to do 3000 watts at 1 ohm and you are wired to 1 ohm, you actually only see 2 to 4 ohm power while playing music. Its physics, this is also just getting their rated power if you actually put them to a clamp and measure real world power, not what you see on a bench. normal people wont know this, only the dummies deep in the rabbit hole that even pay to compete for cheap trophy in power restricted class would know so dont sweat it man. Clamping will also show why there's no way in hell your amp will make more power on music rather than sine waves. the bass strength in the recording is no where near a pure tone sine wave.

There is no MD3000 dyno, only an HD 3000 which is a full range amplifier of a totally different line.

there is a dyno of the MD 1800.1 2 ohms version and that amp does way more power certified than the soundstream at a much lower voltage aka a lot more efficient. there's 1 ohm and 2 ohm versions of the taramps md3000.1 idk why you only looked at 4 ohms. If an 1800.1 amp dynos for 2476 clean certified how much do you think the MD 3000 is going to dyno?

If you are going to do research, might want to really check out everything there is to know rather than just pick one amp you have a boner for, it'll save you a lot of money, get you a lot louder.

ps Inb4 this post is misconstrued as condescending rather than informative and thought provoking.

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