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#142543 - 06/28/06 04:10 PM Re: Outlaw 7125 - Anyone own this unit? [Re: Tarun]
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Inthedeck has had it....




Ah, the brotherly love...

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#142544 - 08/04/06 04:48 PM Re: Outlaw 7125 - Anyone own this unit? [Re: Tarun]
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Tarun
On the off chance you haven't resolved this yet - I own the highly similar Outlaw 7100 and have been completely satisfied. It drives my M60s beautifully and I believe your 80s are 4 ohm and even more efficient.

cheers

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#142545 - 08/04/06 10:54 PM Re: Outlaw 7125 - Anyone own this unit? [Re: peterb]
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Peter, welcome, and I'm certainly impressed by your resume! Your comment is right on.
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#142546 - 08/05/06 01:09 AM Re: Outlaw 7125 - Anyone own this unit? [Re: JohnK]
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and I'm certainly impressed by your resume!




Me too.
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#142547 - 08/05/06 05:36 PM Re: Outlaw 7125 - Anyone own this unit? [Re: Tarun]
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You may recall a series of posts, several months ago, discussing peak versus average power. The bottom line was that the peak power requirement may be 20-25 times the average power requirement.

Transistors/ power FETs just don't like to be surged, so, quite often, their peak power handling is not a whole lot higher than their average power handling if properly heat sinked.

This has caused me to think that you may need 200+ watts of peak power for your fronts and center. Rears/ surrounds most probably need much, much less.

If I was buying a seperate amp, I just wouldn't go for anything less than 200 Watts.

Just one man's opinion.
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