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IT's not available yet but I am tech advisor and distributor for Taramps.

 

If you buy here, we can at least help you and cover you under warranty if necessary.

 

If you go outside Taramps, i do not know/think there is anyone on this forum that can help you with warranty coverage and if there is, it'll be new to me/us here.

 

We also manufacture the triple inputs for the MD8000 as well if you need those.

 

Taramp's and Soundigital are the only 2 brazilian brands interested in moving themselves up as best as possible.

Taramps, SD and Stetsom all OEM for other brands now but Stetsom stays silent a lot which doesnt help the public in doing research.

 

Taramp's Bass and MD series are currently being recommended best options for subwoofers and HD afterwards only if there is no model available under the previous 2 choices.

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thanks guys ‘ bass 12k would be nice i could run at at 2 ohms which i think its to much for my 2 sundowns X-15s lol but who cares ...

 

when will the MD be out ? theres a chrome and simple one

 

and why go with taramps model bass it has better components ?

 

i liked the soundigital bass 8800

 

doing a 6th order soon ‘ on my f150 but i also want to change subs and get 2 zv5 15s idk yet on subs

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Taramp's Bass 12k-

 

Putting out over rated.. way over rated.

 

Rated to put out 12,000w at 1ohm at 14.4vDC at

 

Produced- 13,290 VA at 1.03ohm at 13.86vDC at

 

Bass line can also be wired below 1ohm.. Try to get approval by SD to do that.. :) They still aren't there yet.

 

Imagine what our Bass 15k, BAss 30k or our SPL 40k does :)

 

I will tell you 1 secret about the SPL 40k-

 

The prototype produced 30,000 VA rising to 0.98ohm at 9.9vDC. Hellacious beast.

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SD over other Brazillian imo.

 

Those SD evos and powers are nice

 

until you actually touch em, flimsy plastic heatsink. At least taramps is semi flimsy aluminium heatsink.

 

thanks guys ‘ bass 12k would be nice i could run at at 2 ohms which i think its to much for my 2 sundowns X-15s lol but who cares ...

 

when will the MD be out ? theres a chrome and simple one

 

and why go with taramps model bass it has better components ?

 

i liked the soundigital bass 8800

 

doing a 6th order soon ‘ on my f150 but i also want to change subs and get 2 zv5 15s idk yet on subs

 

No, run them at the lowest impedance you can and just set the gains lower, only use as much as you need to get the most out of your subs. Dont run sh*t at a higher ohm load, that normally leads to clipping, because you wont be satisfied with the output. Box rise is a b*tch.

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Both amps 1000 dampening factor

I've never seen a rating like that in car audio.

Thought the old ppi power class at 500 was among one of the best dampening ratings in car audio.

 

The Mosconi Zeros are higher than that. Not sure how it really affects performance after a certain point.

 

For the Zero 1 this is what the spec sheet says:

 

Damping factor @ 100 Hz - 10 Watt ref (Right / Left): 6351 / 6354

Damping factor @ 1 KHz - 10 Watt ref (Right / Left): 6368 / 6365

Damping factor @ 10 KHz - 10 Watt ref (Right / Left): 424 / 424

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Taramp's Bass 12k-

 

Putting out over rated.. way over rated.

 

Rated to put out 12,000w at 1ohm at 14.4vDC at

 

Produced- 13,290 VA at 1.03ohm at 13.86vDC at

 

Bass line can also be wired below 1ohm.. Try to get approval by SD to do that.. :) They still aren't there yet.

 

Imagine what our Bass 15k, BAss 30k or our SPL 40k does :)

 

I will tell you 1 secret about the SPL 40k-

 

The prototype produced 30,000 VA rising to 0.98ohm at 9.9vDC. Hellacious beast.

One day I’d love to try out your amps

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