I was selling some Zed Made Nakamichi , sounded nice but warm. who the hell is Zed any way? wasn't Zed that guy in Pulp Fiction LOL
ZED AUDIO call and ask Stephen yourself or email him he's a cool dude and will answer your questions.
Nice, I was thinking I need to power a 2 way up front, and a sub.I'm using a 4060 bridged for my mids (ID OEM 6.5s). Gain at minimum. Head unit volume never past 22/35.
I set my gains at 25/35. This and my tweeter gains are at minimum with some level reduction at the head unit. Sub amp needs gain turned up to match.
2200 is 600 watts at 4 ohms you'll need 2 8 ohm subs as these amps won't run at 2ohm bridged.:surprised: Nice!!! Again, maybe I need a tutorial for the search feature lol
I'm thinking a 2300 for the mids, 2200 bridged for 2 eights on a rear deck, and a 2100 for tweets.....
All the ratings I've seen are at 12.9 volts.Is there a readily available source or history on the zed made US Acoustic amplifiers, specifically the USA series?
I've been searching, and can only find for sale threads :mean::mean:
Google results are the same. Although, ampguts is great for specs.
Opinions regarding them are also welcome. Anyone know what input power was used for amp ratings?
Thanks for the tips...I'm thinking of using these in the GF's car... uh oh
Hi guys, I'm new here. I know this post is 3 years old but I accidentally stumbled upon it while "googling". I'm not familiar with the USA series but, in my experience with the US Acoustics amps, I had a USX 2150 BRIDGED @ 2ohms and it sounded tremendous! Not only did it power the two 12" Memphis audio subs that I had, there was very minimal distortion as it was overpowering these subs. I was able to have the gain at a minimum and they still sounded phenomenal. The head unit had 5v outs which helped too. Poor little car sounded like it wanted to come apart. Lol2200 is 600 watts at 4 ohms you'll need 2 8 ohm subs as these amps won't run at 2ohm bridged.