yup capacitors,resistors,transistors, I am sure they all playa major role along with the power supply as well. I am gonna go to the amp section and see if Isaac is over there and see what he has to say about this because I am very interested as well.
Ok. Maybe he does have two 40 amp fuses. Actuall, the HCCA 250's can come with either 8 or 4 gauge plugs, and take 2 30 and 2 40 amp fuses. I think my Orion 250 has 8 gauge plugs, since it is almost impossible to fit 4 gauge in my amp right now, and I have 2 30 amp fuses. I'm sure James does have the 4 gauge plugs though.
Hey guys, depending on the manufacturer, an amp may have different efficiency for the same class. To picture it better, draw an arc starting from lower left to upper right. Some class AB will have a curve that look like 1/4 of a circle, while others may have a longer, stretched arc. Class D will have a shorter curve and may rise slowly as it gets closer to the right. The G4 is not as efficient as class D at low volume, but it gets better at higher level. So depending on your desired listening volume level, you could get pretty good efficiency. Joe, the 8 gauge plugs are round inside, and the 4 gauge are square. One would think it should be the other way around. Maybe it was the same genius that designed Kicker's square speaker?
Crap. The 4 gauge are square? Mine are square, but there still is no way you can fit 4 gauge in it. I would have to remove like a quarter or a 3rd of the strands on my power and ground just to cram them in... Are you sure it's the same on the G5's? I hope I didn't just order something I already have...
I ordered 4 gauge power plugs and they were square. No way it would fit without trimming. I think the guys that designed them failed either failed the mental test or they're trying to make everyone else suffer for passing. Any kid in grade 1 will tell you, you can't fit a round object in a smaller square hole.
the fuse rating is a total of 80 amps so you go 80 times 14.4 volts = 1152 watts at 100 percent efficiency so subtract the loss in this case we knew the rated power he was actually getting which was 990 rms at 3000 rpm so i multiplied by 86 percent and got 990.72 rms and there you go you got the efficiency