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Old 12-21-2008   #376
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not as oldschool as alot of this other stuff, but here's my arc audio amps from ~1999. two cxl-2100's and a cxl-2500

still have all 3.. anyone want to buy them?

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I use to have these. Sold them over 3 years ago.

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I have been cleaning out my GF's closet and found whats left of my stash....

Most have seen the day of light in years.

Most of the stuff in those USPS boxes are PG MS or M amps.


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A lot install stuff and some old Zapco amps


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A little more old school Phoenix Gold goodness, sitting on my office floor at present, waiting to be installed in my daily driver:


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Can I say that this is the most gankster shit I have ever seen? -Dora the Explorer and all.

If I can find a pair of balls under my skirt, I'm gonna be buying an '78-89 911 this year and this is exactly what I want to put in the front trunk.

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yeah I used my 3yr old daughters bed for some picture taking. I wished these PASS where much better with my camera for photos.

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US AMPS PT-800 CLASS T (said to have same characteristics of Class A with benefits of Class D but capable of full range) Tripath (maker of Class T) went bankrupt. Chips are nolonger made.
This amp will do 800 watts at 4 mono or 8 ohms mono all day long no heat no stress to your battery! Or 400x2 at 4 ohms/250x2 at 8 ohms. This is the version that CAN do 4ohms mono. Others could not.






The chip is custom painted gold. Still has plastic on the Plexi bottom. Takes upto 10 volts to the RCa's. Has variable 24db sub crossover with subsonic filter. Both can be switched off. One of very few with the US Amps logo NOT painted but bonded to the top of the amp using a metal logo. This amp is bad AZZ! Rare and very saught after................

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My first amps: Denon DCA 3500's (circa 1987)



No longer have the old Denon pull out cassette player that was part of that system...

And the Denon DCE 2155 1/2 DIN E/Q that was a later system upgrade:



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And of course, the pre-requisite carry bag:




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part 2.

A sweet pair of Soundstream Exact 12's - one of which was use in my last install a few years back, the other (on left) is minty fresh and never seen power!





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and lastly, my collection of MTX Thunder (Black Gold) amplifiers:




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wow that some old school stuff!
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Nice we installed some Denon's like that for a customer

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Damn...I'd LOVE to run some Exacts again. Phenomenal subs.

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here's my beloved hifonics viii collection, some of it is actually going to get used at last!! also recently added a nib box callisto



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part 2.

A sweet pair of Soundstream Exact 12's - one of which was use in my last install a few years back, the other (on left) is minty fresh and never seen power!





Wave Mod Aperiodic Membranes and Wave Brain:


You sir broke out the Wave Mod's.....I didn't think anyone even remembered them.....you are king....
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You sir broke out the Wave Mod's.....I didn't think anyone even remembered them.....you are king....

I remember them, infact I also have a pair. For my IDQ 15s




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I just picked one of these up yesterday:




As far as I know, that is the LAST unit of its kind in existence.

How does it work you ask? Build your subwoofer enclosure so that it resonates @ 70 Hz then this little unit works its magic by comparing input to output to ensure that you have low frequency extension down to 20 Hz! It can be used with cheap junk subwoofers and still sound GREAT! The only downside is it works best with an Orion 280 GX even though it was tweaked to work with my 250 SX.

In addition to being a motion control unit for the subwoofer, it is also a bridging module and an electronic crossover. I had to order a MIDI cable though because I don't know where I put mine. Regardless, I may end up using this as part of a stealth install in my girlfriend's Mazda tribute!

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nice stuff
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How does it work you ask? Build your subwoofer enclosure so that it resonates @ 70 Hz then this little unit works its magic by comparing input to output to ensure that you have low frequency extension down to 20 Hz! It can be used with cheap junk subwoofers and still sound GREAT! The only downside is it works best with an Orion 280 GX even though it was tweaked to work with my 250 SX.
It's not closed loop mang, and remember some MIDI cables are not wired on all 5 pins because all 5 are not needed in one-way serial data travel.




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It's not closed loop mang, and remember some MIDI cables are not wired on all 5 pins because all 5 are not needed in one-way serial data travel.
Yeah I remembered that AFTER I ordered one.... I may be ordering connectors and making my own before all is said and done

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A good old classic. I used to have this one as one of my first
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Yeah I remembered that AFTER I ordered one.... I may be ordering connectors and making my own before all is said and done
I make them out of quad mic cable for stage use and they hold up very well.




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I wouldn't really show this off, but I think it's kinda neat. I bought it for $5 on ebay. It's a made-in-Japan Concord HPA 45 from 1984. I'm interested to hear the dynamic compliance in action. Supposedly it will smooth out the frequency response. We'll see...





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Pfah! You call that old-school?

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I've always wondered if you could turn one of these into a battery-powered all-tube guitar amp.
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I've always wondered if you could turn one of these into a battery-powered all-tube guitar amp.
Damn! That thing is probably all toobz too! I wonder what the output on that is. probably 5w.

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