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Orion 2100 HCCA Competition Amplifier
**MINT CONDITION** RARE!!!

1. Product:


Orion 2100 HCCA Competition Amp (Gen 3) **MINT**

2. Specs:

Following specs are “official” and are rated at 12 volts: (output increases with increased supply voltage as these amps where designed without regulated power supplies)

100 x 2 @ 4 ohm
200 x 2 @ 2 ohm
400 x 2 @ 1 ohm
800 x 2 @ .5 ohm
1600 x 1 @ 1 ohm

3. Description/Condition:

This amp defines “mint condition” and was only used for a few months to push two Orion XTR 12’s. The amp was not pushed hard. It was loaded at 1 ohm and not bridged. The amp is as close to flawless on the inside and out as you can get without it being new (an honest 9.8/10). There's one very small nick pointed out in the video, and I re-routed the speaker wires to exit the bottom because of how it was displayed. Having one of these in this condition is very rare. I take extreme care of all my stuff, especially expensive electronics such as this. Unfortunately, my wife realizes I’m never going to build another system at my age, and won’t get off my back about selling my entire old school Orion collection. We’ve recently moved and have no 'good' place to keep it all. I’m hoping someone that is as particular as I am about taking care of these amazing pieces of car audio history, will end up with it instead of some kid that treats it like his Chinese made pieces of crap. That’s the main reason I haven’t sold it already. PM me if your interested or have any questions. Thanks for looking.


4. Price:

$750 + shipping

(Price is firm)


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That is absolutely beautiful! Good luck with the sale.
 

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WOW beautiful amp, why aren't you selling it for 1000 like that other ying yang on the classified lol

Side note do you know if this would run a Jl 13w7 at .75 ohms, and if it would what type of amperage it would draw? Thanks
 

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Yes it's definitly capable of pushing your sub. However, .75 Ohm is a 1/4 ohm below what it's rated to handle and would most likely let out the magic smoke after a little while. Just a guess, it'd probably be drawing between 100-130 amps at that demand. There's no way to know exactly until actualy wiring it all up, but that's close. But dude, I'd personally hate anyone to put this amp through that kind of treatment considering it's rarity and condition.
 

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That amp is worth every penny of your $750 asking price. I hope you find the right buyer.

I ran the 225 HCCA at 0.5 ohms for years and it never complained. Always wanted a 2100 but never could supply the extra current load that this beast demands.
 
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