Taramp's MD 5000.1 2 Ohms 5000 Watts Class D Full Range Mono Amplifier
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Mono: 1 x Taramps Electronics MD5000.2 Full Range 2 Ohms 5000W Amplifier Operation Class: Class D Channels - 2 Ohms: 5000W Input Impedance: 10K Ohms Output Impedance: 2 Ohms Bass Boost: 0 to 10.5dB(50Hz) MD 5000.2 amplifier from Taramp's is intended for high-performance automotive audio systems and high-performance engineering
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Marquis Leon Littlejohn
I must say this is my second taramps amp jumping from the smart 3k to this beast 5k. I have it powering 3 dual 4 ohm American bass xfl 12s and just wow!!! I have my buddy going from just holding their ears to jumping out of the car from so much pressure lol. Would definitely recommend this amp and brand to anybody looking for some big power.
I have this amp hooked to my Orion HCCA 124 dual voice coil speaker wired at 2 ohms. This amp really pushes that Orion speaker to its full potential. Great product to own!!!
Deceitful seller, bought this item and it was not good. The entire board was burnt beyond repair.
Buying this on amazon is the best way to go. I purchased this and on day 2 the amp board went out. Reported the item defective and amazon sent me a new one that week . All I had to do was send the old one back in 30 days.After getting the new one and setting it up. Cross overs on the amp are a little confusing to set because it is a full range amp. My gain is on the lowest setting and it's insane !! I'm powering 2 Sound Stream Tarantula T5's 12". I highly recommend upgrading you battery or adding a 2nd one. It's a hungry beast.
Using this to power 2 15" Skar VXF subs and it is perfect for them. Plenty of reserve power. Great sound. Stoopid loud! Played at full tilt for 2 hours of demos and it never even got warm. Stayed around 78 degrees F and outside temp was around 55. I do have external fans connected to a thermostat to turn on at 100 degrees but they never even turned on once. Always heard these had problems with overheating but if you put the right power to it from the alternator(s) and have the right size cables then shouldn't have an issue. Definitely happy with my purchase!