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Old 26th February 2007, 15:04   #16
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Yaar LBM, it won't run off your swift battery and alternator.
I can suggest an external 200A 12V power supply.

You can carry this around and plug it into the nearest 15A electrical socket. When you need to be loud, on the move I would suggest a small caravan behind, with a diesel generator, that runs the 12V external power supply.

You can drive up to the pump and say "1000 rupees ka petrol, mere swift ke liye, aur uske peeche, 500 rupees ka diesel, mere ICE ke liye"
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LOL, sam. That would look like a typical Indian Marriage party-like, where eternally the groom would be LBM.

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Well if im ever organziing a rock concert all ill need is a microphone attached to LBM's car/ auxilliary car..... and im set..
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Sigh! So is this what LBM's near future looks like?

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Old 26th February 2007, 16:32   #20
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Sigh! So is this what LBM's near future looks like?

This is hilarious.
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Old 26th February 2007, 16:56   #21
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so guys you are making fun of me....ok now when i will get that amp I will not give any demo to any of you guys.....

But on the serious note these high wattage amps do require some lots of amps to run at there rated output....the other day I was reading the manual of A6000gti it take excessive of 800 Amps when running at full power.......

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But on the serious note these high wattage amps do require some lots of amps to run at there rated output....the other day I was reading the manual of A6000gti it take excessive of 800 Amps when running at full power.......
Yep, that is some serious power draw. A single Maxximus or the T15KW will need at least 12 to 16 Bat caps or Preferably a power cell setup which can supply anything excess of 15 Volts continuous.

One thing I had read about the T15Kw is this amp is built with some kind of enhanced class D technology which allows the amp to run at full potential even with surprisingly low power supply capabilities of the system, hence running cooler at the same time.


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Thats quite a powerful amplifier, mainly a concept I guess. Might go in Rockfords Demo car like MTX Jack Hammer because at 25K USD they can only afford it.

I remember Phoenix Gold was also coming up with a similar concept amplifier about a year back, maybe they have dropped the idea. That amp was supposed to put out 1250W X 4.

But similar numbers can be achieved by using Multiple amplifiers.

For example Audison VRx 1.500 monoblock amplifiers which are strapable and can be linked in multiple numbers to power multiple drivers using common master volume control.

You can run a monoblocks to run L-R speakers/subs the way it is done in high end home audio.

Moreover VRx monos can be tuned to operate at 18 Volts to give 20% more output for SPL oriented system.

Here are the specs for VRx 1.500 based system :

1 X VRx 1.500
4 ohms - 1 X 560W - 1 X 670W (SPL Tuned)
2 ohms - 1 X 1080W - 1 X 1300W (SPL Tuned)
1 ohms - 1 X 2000W - 1 X 2400W (SPL Tuned)

2 X VRx 1.500
4 ohms - 2000W - 2400W (SPL Tuned)
2 ohms - 4000W - 4800W (SPL Tuned)

4 X VRx 1.500
4 ohms - 2 X 2000W - 2 X 2400W (SPL Tuned)
2 ohms - 2 X 4000W - 2 X 4800W (SPL Tuned)

8 X VRx 1.500
4 ohms - 4 X 2000W - 4 X 2400W (SPL Tuned)
2 ohms - 4 X 4000W - 4 X 4800W (SPL Tuned)

This can go on till staggering 32000W can be achieved and 38400W in SPL tuned mode.

And the whole solution will be much cheaper than RF single amplifier, (mind you its Class AB with top notch components) and saves money for the car too.

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OK so now has everyone quite finished this "mine is bigger than yours" routine?
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Sam, now dont scare the kids!
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Old 27th February 2007, 10:42   #26
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OK so now has everyone quite finished this "mine is bigger than yours" routine?



I really think we were having an interesting and constructive discussion about reference amplification. Sorry if it seems like a "routine" to you but nowhere did anyone imply "mine is bigger than yours". If it is against TBHP policy to have such a discussion, do let us know.

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I really think we were having an interesting and constructive discussion about reference amplification.
I'm even MORE confused. Who's we?

I didn't realise you were having a discussion, because you haven't even made a post in this thread! And I was finding this whole thing funny. Now I'm finding it confusing.

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I'm even MORE confused. Who's we?

You didn't even make a post here.
"We" is everyone who posted here, or was following the thread. I did not know much about the RF and Hifonics amps shown here and learnt something new in the ICE section for a change, as may have others. Why is it being assumed this was a pissing contest when there are no indications of such.
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Sigh! So is this what LBM's near future looks like?
Hmm I like the option....but will this one will be better.....



now with lots of option for the amps now I am confused.....which amp to go for.....later on we will decide for the subs......
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Old 27th February 2007, 11:23   #30
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OK so now has everyone quite finished this "mine is bigger than yours" routine?
no sir the JBL A3000GTI and A600OGTI specs are still missing....so here there are...

for the 3000gti

1670 Watts RMS x 2 channels at 4 ohms and ≤ 1%THD+N
3129 Watts RMS x 1 channel at 4 ohms, 14.4V supply and ≤ 1%THD+N
3078 Watts RMS x 1 channel at 1 ohm, 14.4V supply and ≤ 1%THD+N

for the 6000gti

2600 Watts RMS x 2 channels at 4 ohms and ≤ 1%THD+N
8110 Watts RMS x 1 channel at 4 ohms, 14.4V supply and ≤ 1%THD+N
7400 Watts RMS x 1 channel at 1 ohm, 14.4V supply and ≤ 1%THD+N
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