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At the limits it sure doesn't though. BL drops, thermal compression kicks in, etc.
Rofl, obviously.
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Wow were talking about variables now. As most know here on AVS doubling of power with no other variables is 3db gain. Not sure why this is continuing to be brought up.
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quick question ... how to recognize a fp14000 2 ohm stable?
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