With a design of 8.5cf and a tune of 17hz what are your thoughts of giving an RL-P15 D2 1400w? I ask because I have been using an EP1500 with this design but only sending it 450w at 4 ohms. In winsid the graph looks a little scary reaching xmax at about 28hz, but I see others being recommend to go with this wattage instead of the 450w. So what are your thoughts on doing this and how dangerous is this?
The EP1500 doesent even realy put out 1400w in bridge mode when used to cover the 80hz - 20hz anyways right? Like in the manual is says for stereo mode the ep1500 puts out 450w @ 1 kHz 0.1% THD and 400w @ 20khz-20hz so it should be less than 1400w anyways right? Does anyone know what the wattage is for bridge mode at 20khz-20hz @ 0.1% THD is?
Q- "I know the power rating for the EP1500 1khz @1% THD is 1400watts at 4ohms but what is it for 20hz to 20khz? Would it be about 1000 watts to 1100 watts by any chance ( I hope so because that would be great for my design)"
A- "Thank you for writing, - that particular number is not a published specification (readily available), but your estimation seems to be in a reasonably safe range."
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