hello fellow Kentuckian. i am from Owensboro. since you are a resident expert with PPI gear, i would like to ask you a quick question if you don't mind. i am in the process of a rebuild for my truck and i'm in need of another amplifier. i am very limited on space and the phantom P600.2 looks like a perfect fit physically and offers the power that i am after. my question. since the P600.2 has such a small foot print, i am concerned about its actual output. its rated at 190 x 2 at 4 ohm @ 14v. how accurate is that rating ?
Hey man don't mean to bug you but I have an old PPI A600.2 Black Art series that I didn't realize was apparently a rare amp and I was just wondering if you wouldn't mind helping me figure out what a good price to sell it is? I can only seem to find one other person selling one and it's a package with another amp so I'm still not sure. Thanks!
I am trying to find speaker wiring info on an PPI A404.What I want to do is try the "mixed mono" feature.I have read all the manuals i could find and while it/they talk about it I havnt found a diagram for using the 2/4 way button,bridging, ect... Basically I have forgotton after 15+ years of being out of car audio how these "art" series can be wired...help
I have the Precision Power P900.4 and I am having a problem setting the gains utilizing a Digital Multimeter. I have the amplifier running a set of Image Dymanics CTX-6.5C w/electronic crossover.
Need your assistance with determing the volts (approximate gain setting) based on running the amplifier in the bridged mode at 450w X 2 @4 ohms. The below information provided at it relates to the speakers specs.
•6-1/2" CTX Series 2-Way Car Component Speaker System
•Power Handling: ◦Peak: 400 watts per set / 200 watts each side
◦RMS: 200 watts per set / 100 watts each side
◦Recommended Power Range: 25-200 watts per side
•Sensitivity: 89 dB
•Frequency Response: 55-25,000 Hz
Also, if utilizing the included passive crossover, should the Front Crossover Selector switch be High Pass, Low Pass, or Band Passover.