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    Found the amp of my dreams!

    Here is the amp that will power Scoobie-puter 1.0


    Decided on the amp I'm going to use.

    Phoenix Gold Ti900.7


    7 Channel Amplifier
    5x50 Watts +1x400 Watts @ 4 Ohm
    5x100 Watts + 1x500 Watts @ 2 Ohm
    24dB Low-Pass crossover
    continuously variable crossover HP/BP/LP
    24 dB Continuously Subsonic filter
    24 dB Continuously High-Pass filter
    Crossed-Over Auxiliary output
    Variable Twin "T" bass EQ.
    Built-In dual cooling fans
    Low-Pass Level Control (LPL)
    Monitoring Port (RDDP/RMD)
    1 Ohm Stable
    Dimensions: 25.5" X 10" X 2.25"

    What do you think? Only one amp needed!
    Stereo:Alpine IVA-D900 Head Unit | Alpine PXA-H510 DSP | Boston Pro Component Speakers Upfront | Boston Rally Rear Speakers | 2 Polk 10" Subs in the Trunk | Phoenix Gold Ti900.7 Amp

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    that would look sweet under my seat. How much is it?

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    $850
    Stereo:Alpine IVA-D900 Head Unit | Alpine PXA-H510 DSP | Boston Pro Component Speakers Upfront | Boston Rally Rear Speakers | 2 Polk 10" Subs in the Trunk | Phoenix Gold Ti900.7 Amp

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    New version coming out soon...

    Unless that's it, PG is supposed to come out with a new competition amp in September...I read it back in May, but those specs look the same. Might be it. Either way, looks pretty tight.

    "One amp needed" ...hahaha. Sure only one needed, but there's always room for another! I recall you saying that you want to compete? What category? That's gonna give you some sweet crisp beats all around, but you're gonna get blown away in loudest system category if you dont put something else in.
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    SPL is for simple minded people. Reminds me of a rednecks famous last words. "Hey ya'll, watch this!"

    I'm going for sound quality. This should be great for that use. Don't worry, I'll be representing the MP3Car.com crew at IASCA!
    Stereo:Alpine IVA-D900 Head Unit | Alpine PXA-H510 DSP | Boston Pro Component Speakers Upfront | Boston Rally Rear Speakers | 2 Polk 10" Subs in the Trunk | Phoenix Gold Ti900.7 Amp

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    Sometimes 'all-in-one' amps aren't the best way to go. You'll find that most competition people will be running seperate amps for their different components... even the SQ guys.

    However, that does look like a pretty phat amp.
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    5+1=7? Must be that public school math.

    What are you using the fifth channel for? A center midbass or something would need more power wouldn't it?

    Looks good though. I would love to have a pheonix gold, just can't afford it right now.

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    He he, its got similar specs to the amp I was drawing up plans for.. lol.. mine was:

    8 * 65watts Bridgable to give the following configurations.. :::

    4 * 200watts
    OR
    2 * 400watts
    OR
    1 * 800watts
    OR
    any combonation of these... e.g....

    2 * 200watts and 4 * 65watts
    2 * 200watts and 1 * 400watts
    1 * 200watts and 6 * 65watts
    1 * 400watts and 4 * 65watts

    and, more.. lol (I was bored one day) perhaps I should see if I can get this to work, if I can sell em for about $1600 Australian, thats pretty good money.. lol
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    I really dont mean to start anything (the amp looks swanky btw), but is that the amp you were trying to build from an atx psu?
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    I have a ZX-475TI (4 x 75 watt version) and it is a really clean amp, phoenix gold makes good stuff...

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