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Ice Power is introducing some new amplifier modules and the 1400 watt RMS (others calling it 1850w) would work really well in a Captivator (vented version). Anyone intested in a Captivator 1400 with a price tag under 2k?
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Ice Power is introducing some new amplifier modules and the 1400 watt RMS (others calling it 1850w) would work really well in a Captivator (vented version). Anyone intested in a Captivator 1400 with a price tag under 2k?
Could this new amp be used in a Cap S1 as well? I may be interested in a pair of Cap S1's to go along with my Cap S2 to smooth out the nulls and provide some extra headroom.

If the Captivator 2400 is currently at $2,599 and you are talking under $2,000, I assume that means $600+ cheaper for the amp module. Applying that logic to the Cap S1, price would be $1,800 or less each?

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Could this new amp be used in a Cap S1 as well? I may be interested in a pair of Cap S1's to go along with my Cap S2 to smooth out the nulls and provide some extra headroom.

If the Captivator 2400 is currently at $2,599 and you are talking under $2,000, I assume that means $600+ cheaper for the amp module. Applying that logic to the Cap S1, price would be $1,800 or less each?


The impedance won't work however this is something that is possible. Send me an email.
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