I been searching around and cant find a .5 ohm stable amp....any1 have an idea who makes them? my subs measure to .9 ohms and it gets my 1 ohm amp hot and cuts it out.....do they even make them or is every1 lieing to me... can i link 2 amps togethor in anyway to get .5 ohm stable.
Well i have a earthquake phd10000w\2 its rated for 5000watts rms at 2ohm's. It is a 1 ohm stable amp. If it is linked with another amp, it will be 2 ohm stable. It never even turns the Proctection light on when it does cut out, and i have to kill the remote and turn it back on to restart the amp....... Question.....Would my sounds sound the same at higher Ohms as the lower ohms although the watts are different? Or atleast will it still hit as hard... i dont think it does but then again this amp is screwy so i havnt really got to test that... at 2 ohms it sounded like $hit when i connected this to my subs(audiobahn immortal series 12' Quad 2 ohm VC's 2000rms each
Is Lanzar a well respected amp thouugh, i am looking for quality along with the 1\2ohm and i heard Lanzar is a fleamarket brand, but i have never actually heard a mono block from lanzar.. Another thing i should of noted.... i will need about 3500+ RMS to power my subs how i desire..
Look for some older US amps on eBay. We used to run them bridged at 0.5 ohms without any problems. If I remember correctly, they were 0.25 ohm stable in stereo. These amps were killer back in the day, but it's been many years ago. US 50, US 100, and US 200 come to mind.