Sfb 3000d for taramps smart 3


wew lad

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Can you explain to me how this can cause clipping? I figured only voltage issues could cause clipping
Overdriving an amp causes clipping. Low input voltage can cause the rail voltage to drop and clip earlier but you can disregard that
 

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Well you're looking into the wrong section so fuk off
 

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You’re probably going to have to deal your loc and get something that gets you full clean signal. Swapping amps may not help your scenario.
It won't. People don't listen. People are stupid
 
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Neverenoughbass703

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Fuk off? Stupid? Really bro? Obviously you’re not big on being professional. Weak people always flexing on the internet. I’m simply looking for advice. Why would you give me shyt for that? I understand changing the amp might not fix my problem. But regardless I need an amp with a lower electrical demand.
 
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Bobbytwonames

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Would an aftermarket head unit still require a signal processor?
Aftermarket headunit will most likely solve your problem. The 80prs seems to be the popular one. Change your HU and then try the SFB again. If it still isn't strong enough for you, or, your electrical can't push it, then, upgrade your electrical or get a Smart3.
 

IndySlim

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It won't. People don't listen. People are stupid
He needs more power the battery is not enough big 3, H.O. alt I suggest. That's what these guys told me to do. Especially with the SUNDOWN full bridge or the taramps you need your voltage on point. I'm only running 2200w rms and i had to upgrade all my electrical to get the most out of mine
 
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Neverenoughbass703

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Im trying to avoid doing all the extra electrical stuff. It’s a brand new car and I don’t wanna mess up my warranty. Would i have these problems with a 1500 watt system?
 

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