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F/S: PPI Precision Power PC4800.2 (HUGE 4 Channel amp)

Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by bass_head, Mar 31, 2006.

  1. bass_head

    bass_head
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    Topdawgg blows goats

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    The time has come to part with my baby. I have owned this amp for almost 3 years now. I am the second owner of it. The original owner was from Atlanta and had the rear channels bridged to a single JL 12W3 and the front channels running a set of MB Quart components. He sold the jeep, and sold the amp to me for $600 USD. It was in absolute prestine condition.
    When I first for the amp, I ran my 2 infinity perfect 10's with it, both front and rears bridged @ 4 ohm. I had that setup for about 3 months before getting rid of my infinity perfects. I then had it hooked up to an MTX MXS 12" sub bridged on the rear channels, and the fronts were running a set of mb quart components. That system lasted for two months, which was the last system I had installed in my car.
    I then hooked it up in my ex-gf's car running an eclipse Ti 12", both front and rear channels were bridged, running both coils at 4 ohms. It was used for a total of about 3-4 months.
    The amp has now been sitting in my bedroom for the last 8 months, and I don't have a stereo to hook it up to.
    This amp has never seen below 4 ohms bridged or 2 ohms stereo. The gains have never been above 1/3 of the way.
    The cover has a few scratches and the ppi logo is starting to come off.
    Cosmetically, the amp is about 8/10
    mechanically, it is 10/10
    This is ppi's flagship 4 channel amp, and has been recognized for it's extreme quality. It retailed back in the day for $1499.

    SPECS:

    PC4800.2
    Power Bandwidth: 4.5 Hz - 100 kHz
    Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.02 %
    Input Topology: Differential
    Input Sensitivity: 150mv - 12 volts RMS
    Input Impedance: 10k Ohms
    Load Impedance (stereo) 2 - 8 Ohms
    Load Impedance (bridge) 4 - 8 Ohms
    Supply Voltage 11 - 15 volts
    Damping Factor >500
    Slew Rate >50 V/mS
    Idle Current: PC4800.2 - 3.0 Amps

    100 WRMS x 4 @ 4W per channel
    200 WRMS x 4 @ 2W per channel
    400 WRMS x 2 @ 4W bridged

    Front - 12dB/Octave, Detented High Pass 20-5kHz
    Rear - Choice of 12dB/Octave Detented High Pass 20-5kHz, or
    Summed Mono 24dB/Octave, Linkwitz-Riley Detented Low Pass 44-315Hz
    RCA Outputs will be the opposite of your Rear Crossover choice.
    QBASS PLUS™ on Rear Channel
    Demensions:
    Length - 23.72"
    Height - 2.25"
    Width - 8.9"
    Max fuse rating: 80 Amp

    PICTURES:

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    more pics available upon request

    PRICE:

    $500

    Do not have original box, but comes with original ppi manual, power plug and speaker plugs.
     
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  2. Arod

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    Amazing amp...someone buy this bish
     
  3. blue dragon

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    Bump for you! I know how great an AMP this is, Infinity perfects are great subs too, I had two perfect 12s powered by a fosgate BD1000 in a sealed box. The SPL would move the hair in your nose :lol:
     
  4. bass_head

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    thanks guys. still for sale, needs to go, hitting ebay within next 48 hours if it doesn't sell locally.

    ***updated with more understandable specs***
     
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  5. Arod

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    If i had stereo plans for the new car I would buy this thing to power my front stage!

    400w per side would be...perfect
     
  6. Getson

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    Free bump. I love my PPI amp. Someone grab this.
     

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