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f/s: (2) Earthquake PHD2's.. 2000 watt class D amps..

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by bass_head, Dec 13, 2004.

  1. bass_head

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    Ok, I have a link to 2, maybe 3 earthquake phd2 amplifiers...

    These are the 2000 watt class D amps that have been ruling the db drag scene for the past 5 years..

    They are used, but not abused.. fully modified to handle a 0.5 ohm load.. retail is $1499 + tax each.. To have them modified by earthquake is another $200. I have a chance to buy these at $500 each from a buddy of mine out west..

    specs are as follows:

    1500 watts x 1 @ 4 ohm
    2000 watts x 1 @ 2 ohm
    2350 watts x 1 @ 1 ohm
    2700 watts x 1 @ 0.5 ohm

    Let me know if any of you want one..
     
  2. Arod

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    Insane amps! Bump to Chris.
     
  3. DGREEN

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    interested in 2 of them possably.
     
  4. bass_head

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    you have a pm.
     
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  6. bass_head

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    I use to have one back in the day. it was there older all black series with the eq symbol in the center. I had it running full tilt @ 1 ohm on a single 15", never heated up on me.. it would get a little warm, but nothing more then a rockford running at 4 ohm stereo.. ;)

    It never gave me any issues and i loved it, if i was still into spl, these would definately be the amps that i'd be running.
     
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    I want one of those old orion 225 hcca's that used to change colors when running below 1ohm
     

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