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  1. 84bimmer
    09-19-2011 - permalink
    Hi, I seem to have a the same problem you had. Bought this new Blaupunkt amp, and those jerks didn't include the 3 pin power plug. See pic.

    Picture 2 of 4 for Blaupunkt THA1250 PnP (THA 1250PnP)

    Blaupunkt is unwilling to help. I have a PnP harness for a Ford. But I am putting this in an older BMW that is already wired with 8ga. This harness has a 16 ga power wire.

    I can't seem to find the proper plug terminal anywhere. What did you end up using? Any help is greatly appreciated.

  2. rockytophigh
    02-08-2011 - permalink
    Go ahead & package those up to ship. I'll have you payment tomorrow or Thursday at the latest. As soon as the money goes from one account to the other I'll send it. I've bought several items on here & you don't have to worry.

    John Collier
    1017 Gaines Drive
    Madison, TN 37115
  3. rockytophigh
    01-05-2011 - permalink
    Do you happen to have a MC500 Soundstream???
  4. stereo_luver
    12-22-2010 - permalink
    You'd have to ask Patrick at Zuki. But in my SQ set-up my sub is only there to fill in the lower section. No boom to my set-up, just some low end fill that blends well. No single driver including the sub draws the attention of the listener. Personally I'd only run 1 sub to get the low end I needed.

  5. stereo_luver
    12-22-2010 - permalink
    I suppose???? Patrick doesn't give out actual RMS values. All I know is he builds each amp one at a time by hand. Bench tests each amp for a couple of weeks tweaking them to perfection. I'd find a d4 voice coil sub and run in series to gain a 8ohm value or just find a good 8ohm sub. Either way look for the highest (89db - ^) efficient sub you can find for the easiest drive and power.

  6. stereo_luver
    12-22-2010 - permalink
    Yes they are bridgable to a 8ohm load. They carry thier own power section / supply and channels 1, 2, 3 & 4 have thier own power section / supply.
  7. stereo_luver
    12-21-2010 - permalink
    I'd say around 125wpc
  8. Q-Authority
    12-10-2010 - permalink
    Hi: I would definitely be interested in one of the D60II Soundstream amps, as I would like to match it up with a couple of D200II's, a MC140, and a DX-7 that are waiting to be installed. Please let me know if you will sell the individual amp. It should be easy to ship, as it will fit within a medium flate rate USPS box with room left over for only about $10.20. Just need to wrap it up in something, and it would be fine. I'm putting together a complete old school installation, and that is the last piece that I am looking for. Thanks, Dave

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