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shadiedog87 31st October 2007 07:03 AM

i need help for making an 1800 watt amplifier
 
the drivers r 15" 900 watts each i have 2 and would like to bridge them mono or would stereo b better not sure?
they r 8 ohms each but 4 ohms if mono correct?
i want it for lowpass frequencies um not much cash to spend bout $200 wut r som recomindations n schematics plz help
i also want to make a hi n mid pass amplifier also but later but will need lots of help so be prepared to be asked alot of questions
thanx

shadiedog87 31st October 2007 07:40 AM

send me sum link a lil info sumthin plz

cviller 31st October 2007 07:41 AM

You seem to have posted in the wrong forum... pass labs is mostly class A designs, so your criteria of power vs price does not add up in here. You could make something which burns 900W and delivers something in the order of 100W, but not for $200. :whazzat:

shadiedog87 31st October 2007 07:42 AM

i can come up with more money but that is what i have to start with for now

cviller 31st October 2007 07:55 AM

Look at the retail prices for pass labs stuff and you'll see that a little more cash brings you no where near 2x900W, even if you account for a comfortable profit margin - please be reasonable!

If you want to look at big stuff you can find a few links in this thread on a project in the order of magnitude that you are proposing:
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...557#post729557

For $200 you can propably get 10 of the blue cans shown in the pictures, but then you'll have too few cans and no money left...

I would recommend finding a class-D kit, if the only thing you want is to burn your 900W speakers.

pinkmouse 31st October 2007 08:19 AM

This thread is closed. Pleased post responses in the other main thread.

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...24#post1338724


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