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  1. evolution21
    03-11-2014 - permalink
    evolution21
    i have one t 2.200 and one t200.100, mint condition, send me a pm to more info.
  2. tx4wl
    07-25-2013 - permalink
    tx4wl
    Hi PPI_Guy
    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

    edit: found this somewhat helpfull..

    http://www.precisionpower.com/Manual...Amplifiers.pdf
  3. sqchris
    05-27-2013 - permalink
    sqchris
    Hi PPI_Guy,
    Just incase here's my car http://www.cardomain.com/ride/530061/1988-ford-mustang/
    plus have tons of positive feedbacks on ebay and canuckaudio.
    Regards
    Chris
  4. wlbolton
    02-03-2013 - permalink
    wlbolton
    PPI Guy

    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.
  5. AUDIO_GOD
    01-04-2012 - permalink
    AUDIO_GOD
    i am looking to get rid of 2 a100's dcx 1000 rcm1000 par225 epx 223 all white all mint used for 3 months in comp car then put into storage for 16 years let me know if intrested
  6. mmaudio
    05-22-2011 - permalink
    mmaudio
    what was the model of them old orion subs in that lowrider truck in oldskool pics
  7. vmbray
    04-05-2011 - permalink
    vmbray
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  8. truckerfte
    01-06-2011 - permalink
    truckerfte
    Pay pal addy for quart amp please
  9. Kmanian
    07-27-2009 - permalink
    Kmanian
    hey,

    I am very intrested in the OS amps. I personally am a OS MTX collector. In particular the BTA and MTA amps. I have 3 bta 2100's 1 mta 250 and 1 mta 225. I don't really need them, and my wife would kick my ass if she knew I wanted to get some more CA stuff. Not that your price is bad by any means, but could you cut me some slack shipped to 37082?

    thanks

    Would you be intrested in a eclipse hu, PDX 100.4 or possibly a UL12?
  10. PPI_GUY
    05-09-2009 - permalink
    PPI_GUY
    I am interested in any old BLACK Pro Mos PPI amps that you might be willing to part with. I might also be interested in a black 2200 or 2300 Mosfet series as well. Send me an email to [email protected] letting me know what you have and include a few pics if possible. Thanks!

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