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Old 28th March 2009, 13:27   #31
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How much is 1004 in market? If i have to briged the 2 chl to run a Sub, how much RMS will it give to SUB? Sam Bhai please advice
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Old 28th March 2009, 13:59   #32
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You can get the 1004 with B&W for about 12.5k.It is gonna give 300 WRMS to the sub in bridged mode.Its a brilliant amp.
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Actually, 320W RMS when two channels are bridged.
And its available @9k in the grey market. Can someone beat this VFM?
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Old 28th March 2009, 20:41   #34
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How much is 1004 in market? If i have to briged the 2 chl to run a Sub, how much RMS will it give to SUB? Sam Bhai please advice
Acually, its 280W bridged at 4 ohms.
On TE, some user is getting it for approx 10k + shipping (with B/W)
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Frankly speaking.
It is one of the best 4 channel amps i have come across ever.
A Great buy in my opinion.
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Old 28th March 2009, 21:49   #36
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+1 to that. Sam, we want MORE amps like this in other segments too ...
pleeeeeeeeeez ????
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Old 28th March 2009, 22:04   #37
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nitrous is correct its 320WRMS an 40hms, bridged.
Here is the link- JBL Car & Marine Audio
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Old 29th March 2009, 01:18   #38
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Thanks to All. Now i want to run this Amp with ID V3. So i am confused as someone is syaing its 200+ RMS and somone is saying its 300+ RMS.
I am sure people here know how IDV3 is, so now my question is, Is it worth running my front Comps, which are DSK 165 Herts with IDv3 in bridged mode?
Will it make sense to run both of these with 1004 as i really dont want to have a Mono cause i listen to Trance most of the time an as you know, in Trance, Mid bass is the most important thing. I really dont want that BOOM BOOM like that in Hip Hop, so will this be a good choice???
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Is the IDv3 an SVC or a DVC?
And whats its rated RMS wattage?
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Is the IDv3 an SVC or a DVC?
And whats its rated RMS wattage?
All ID subs are DVC. 2 or 4 Ohm. IDV3 is i think 250W RMS.

There wont be any problem running it off the 1004. Just make sure your buy the 2 Ohm DVC. Wire them in series.

Dont run the compos bridged.

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IDV3 is i think 250W RMS.
its rated as 50 wrms to 350 wrms.
250rms was for the older one (idv2)
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its rated as 50 wrms to 350 wrms.
250rms was for the older one (idv2)
Nopes. Its 250W RMS.

PDF for iD12 D4 V3 states

Power Handling 250W RMS and 450W Max.

Obviously we know it can take more power easily. Remember Sam_786 iDV3. 500W RMS each sub.
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Nopes. Its 250W RMS.

PDF for iD12 D4 V3 states

Power Handling 250W RMS and 450W Max.

Obviously we know it can take more power easily. Remember Sam_786 iDV3. 500W RMS each sub.
are you sure pdf for idv3 states this.can you post it here
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are you sure pdf for idv3 states this.can you post it here
Here is the link to the PDF
http://www.imagedynamicsusa.com/manuals/iD/ID12D4v3.pdf
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its rated as 50 wrms to 350 wrms.
The above statement is true. Recommended power range for ID V3 is 50-350 WATTS.
Refer Image Dynamics USA - Products - Idv.3
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