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Presenting Soundigital SD8000.1D (8kW with 12,6V)

Old 05-31-2008, 05:35 PM
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Talking Presenting Soundigital SD8000.1D (8kW with 12,6V)

Hello people, meet the Soundigital Amplifiers.

We have power ratings from 200 to 8kW, and here I will show you the SD8000 (rated at 8kW with 12,6Vdc at the input)




This 8kW amplifier had 13kW measured output (trueRMS equipment) in a 18V system, but the voltage dropped to about 15V, so we are providing new tests in high voltages such as 18 and 16V battery banks.

They are currently used by a few dB drag competitors but in about a couple of months this will change. I am moving to Canada (Winnipeg) and sell this line of products.

The web site is Soundigital Amplifiers - Amplificador de som automotivo, Amplificador de som para carros, Amplificadores e Módulos


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Here you have 2 internal pics
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I would like to see some test results of this amp.
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can these be strapped? doesnt look like it.
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Yes Father Yuli, they can, but in the pic the RJ-11 connector was not soldered, you can see it between the output terminals and first potentiometer.
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With an amp that's apparently capable of 8kw @ 12V, why only use single power/ground terminals? Are they able to take wire larger than 1/0?
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If you need to use larger cable you can reduce the end of that, to 1/0 AWG. For little distance (like 1m) you do not need a larger cable.
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I downloaded the manual and it's got 2/0 terminals power and ground and 8ga output
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Really doesn't look like a 8K amp. You should send one out for testing to one of our more reputable members. If it really does do it's rated 8k, this will be a hot item.
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