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post #1 of 8 Old 07-26-2014, 11:09 PM - Thread Starter
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Anyone near Charleston, SC? Only 12 hours left!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/LOT-OF-8-Cyb...item3a942d3c2a


Over 80,000w of amps for $750, but you'd better bring you truck, that's almost 1600lbs worth! Probably need some work and 208v three phase power!
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If I knew more about them I'd be interested.

80,000 watts. Mother of GOD !

If I count right that's 64 amp channels of 1200watts per channel. What are these amps from ?
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I see this got relisted like 6 times and never sold. I wonder why?

It was listed for $599 the last few times.
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That would have been a quick drive for me too bad I don't have my own auditorium.


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I see this got relisted like 6 times and never sold. I wonder why?

It was listed for $599 the last few times.

I'm guessing b/c they are 3 phase. It would take a serious phase converter to power that stuff or 3phase service to your house. Neither of which are cheap.
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That would have been a quick drive for me too bad I don't have my own auditorium.


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Or an IMAX theater...
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Sold. Not sure if it could take on just single 240Vac or not. It doesnt matter but I have seen other amps that are 3 phase and can be used with single 240Vac or multiple single 240Vac inputs.
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What would the current draw and impact on your electric bill be with all those ?
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