700ish but who's counting. Owned a couple Harley's prior so I'm indoctrinated to the cult of V-twin. this one out does all previous though by far. Not bad for a snow mobile company.
I rode Victory a few year back, was nice and comfy.700ish but who's counting. Owned a couple Harley's prior so I'm indoctrinated to the cult of V-twin. this one out does all previous though by far. Not bad for a snow mobile company.
Found one not raving Genesis GR 180 - Hypex-equipped digital power amplifier - [English]Werd victor....always raving. I'm looking forward to hearing your opinion of the sound this thing puts out. I've been contemplating replacing my huge old school amps with some of these for months now..........the life time warranty.....sheesh....that's confidence in your product.
His main grange was about rated power he questioned.He definitely found some nits to pick, but overall still seems positive on the sounds from the modules. Hmmm, I may break down and order yet.........lol. Still looking forward to what you think victor.....
Aaaaaand....still wish they offered a sub amp solution.....would love a matching rack of tiny amps....
1. Possibly though not sure about ETA for a model with gains.Any new developments on the Biketronics Amps?
1.) Gain controls?
2.) A higher powered sub amp?
3.) Can you still get them with a 10 hz cutt off?
I am trying to design a new system for my car and I like the idea of high powered efficient reliable amps without the complex wiring. But, I would like a minimum of 600 watts sub amp.
What really attracts me to these amps are the small size and the confidence the manufacture has in his product with a lifetime warranty. I am tired of everything made today breaking!
I agree with your point on gains 100%. My 4180 matches my P99RS perfectly and I've never had a need to adjust between the two. In fact, it is rather nice not needing to worry about it. The amp took 15 minutes to install and I was almost immediately enjoying my music. It has remained that way for 4 months and I haven't touched it since.Why would anyone need gains? Habit? Everyone use DSP these days- no gain nor build in filters needed for sub amp.
I`m seriously wondering why?
higher power sub amp? how high?
Hypex makes 700W modules but that will require new power supply.
So is 400W modules.
Why biketronics decided to use OEM modules without HxR is what I`d love to know.
I only use their HG modules with HxR. Sounds phenomenal with them.
Yes, it`s just an aluminum square I think 1/8" thick with rounded corners, easily replaceable. I agree on cheesiness of that logo but hey it`s build for Harley crowd, can`t get more cheesier that that.Is the top plate on these BT amplifiers completely removeable? And is it aluminum? The etched logo looks cheesy. I'm thinking grind it clean and do some custom machining on the router table. Or maybe even replace it with another aluminum plate that is a little thicker. Maybe something that matches the machining in the side of the case.
I know that bridging has been discussed in the past, but any chance the new high power two channel modules will be bridgeable? I know BT is focused on the HD crowd, but having a bridgeable powerful 2 channel for use with a single sub (or multiples) would be ideal in my book. I'm currently using a powerful two channel bridged on my sub as is.This new sub amp is supposedly not too much different from a regular 2180. Slightly bigger UcD modules and beefier power supply to make [email protected] for my pair of SI BM MKIV subs. The 2180 could have powered them just fine but BT wants to see what they can do to squeeze out as much extra power as possible while using as much existing design as possible.