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Mark Daniel |
I bought one and a Galaxy 98VHP at different times and did a retune on the 98 so I can go down to 6 dead key and stop it at 50 wat DK. I drive the 1600 with around 20 swinging to just around 100 when it beeps, I run a 225 amp alternator, 1000amp battery with a 3farad stiffening cap at the amp on audio grade cable from the batt fused under hood for + & -. No problems running it there with lights and A/C on since alternator is rated to output 135amps at idle speed, just a massaged part of the police package on the Crown Vic Interceptor. Easy kilowatt and could dead key more into it and still have plenty of swing.
javier sr |
is good and math with my radio
I drove it with a cobra 29 in too a tx250 keying 20 watts swinging 1800
And before you talk smack I put trimmer caps on the output transformers
Also larger combiners it kick butt I used 14.2 volts @ 130 amps 1 battery
That was my hook up I used
KILLA WATT |
Yes, some 1 should inform the public that they should check out their alternator on the vehicle the battery under the hood, this amp can draw up-to 180+amps. "IT TAKES POWER TO MAKE P O W E R !! AND IT WILL NEVER DO/SOUND WHAT IT COULD WITHOUT A GOOD ANTENNA
Carl Calhoun |
Best Transistor amp I have ever had. I am driving it with a Galaxy DX 55HP. Radio has a Dead KEY OF 3 watts and swinging 35 watts.
The Amp is keying 170 watts and swinging 650 watts. That is using a 12v car battery to run the amp. Would do better using a 13.8 volt power supply. And amp was 11 meter ready when it arrived. Copper did that for free. Most places charge an additional 25.00 to do that. Great Work Copper!