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Product Brand & Model:
McIntosh MCC602TM
2-Channel amplifier


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New or Lightly Used, Must include original box, packing material and manual.


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$1500.00 or less preferred, lol. Negotiable.


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Do you mean the MC4000M rather than the MCC602TM?

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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
Just a type-o.
I want the MCC602TM (2-Channel).
I already have the MC4000M (6-Channel).
:)
 

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Quoted from the CarAudio Mag article:

The autotransformers also allow the 2-channel amplifier to work as a multichannel design. The output connections are noted as 2, 4, and 8 ohms. This allows for the primary speaker(s) to be connected to the correct impedance terminal(s) as another speaker or a set of speakers can be connected to one of the other impedance terminals. This only works as long as the impedance terminals used are the same or higher than the secondary set of speakers. A good example of this is where both the front and rear speakers (4 ohm) are the same, but the rear speakers are required to be attenuated. The front speakers can be connected to the 4-ohm terminals and the rear speakers to the 8-ohm terminals. This will effectively reduce the output of the rear speakers by 3 dB, but not reduce the power going to the front speakers.
 

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Discussion Starter · #9 ·
Oops. I'd like to get the massive 6 channel. The one that does 4x100 and 2x300.
I already have that one, it'll be used for the Focal Utopia Be No7's (active). I want the MCC602TM for the subs. :)
 

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I already have that one, it'll be used for the Focal Utopia Be No7's (active). I want the MCC602TM for the subs. :)

I hate you.






j/k
 

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Discussion Starter · #17 ·
Wtheck... Best system ever?


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Thanks, I'm working on it. Now, if I could just save up some cash to get a vehicle to put this stuff in...
 

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I'd love to have a MC4000M for my install. But I'm stuck with 2 MC431M's and a MC443 for mine. I do have a MC440 and a MC420. The 431's will power Dyn 362's and either 340's or 240's. Probably just 240's for the rear. All going in a 1995 Mercedes S600 Lorinser Coupe. I'll start a build thread soon.

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I'd love to have a MC4000M for my install. But I'm stuck with 2 MC431M's and a MC443 for mine. I do have a MC440 and a MC420. The 431's will power Dyn 362's and either 340's or 240's. Probably just 240's for the rear. All going in a 1995 Mercedes S600 Lorinser Coupe. I'll start a build thread soon.

Pete
Sounds like a nice setup. Can't wait to see the build thread.
 
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