View Full Version : Car Stero Amps and Subs for sale or trade
01-25-2011, 11:08 AM
I have an Earthquake 700BX Amp -
705 RMS @ 4ohm bridged w/ 12.5V
Built in 12dB crossover at either 80Hz or 120Hz, 30Hz and 45Hz bass boost controls
A 4300TXO -
4 x 55W @ 4 ohms (12.4V)
4 x 100W @ 2 ohms (12.4V)
2 x 200W @ 4 ohms bridged (12.4V)
Fuse: 2 x 25A
and a Box with a Pair of 1500W 10" subs. $75 Obo
This stuff is old school, high end equipment but was built to compete with Punch stuff in competitions.
Willing to trade for Toyota stuff - (4runner) SFA swap, rims, tires, t-case etc... 4x4 stuff or guns.
01-25-2011, 11:30 AM
I have a single pioneer 10" sub in the 60... no idea what wattage. The Chinese amp I am using now smells like electrical smoke when it gets loud.
Would one of these drive that thing OK? How big is that 700bx? I am guessing it is a 2 channel amp?
I would run it bridged pushing that one speaker I guess.
01-25-2011, 01:26 PM
The amp is 700 watts bridged. 350 w per channel but that is at 12.5 amps. It pushed the pair of 10's I have very well as is, so i would think the single would have plenty of power.
01-25-2011, 01:29 PM
what are the external dimensions of it?
01-25-2011, 01:58 PM
i will get the exact measurements tonight but it is roughly 10"x14"x2"
I hope this helps.
01-25-2011, 05:59 PM
The actual measurements are 15.5" long from connector to connector, 10.25" wide and 2.5" tall.
Just let me know,
BTW i have seen that this amp has pushed a pair of 15's to 149.9 db at a competition.:rolleyes:
I doubt that is what you want it for but it is a great amp,
01-25-2011, 06:35 PM
Right on. I had an older PPI amp that I regret having gotten rid of. It was a 4 channel amp that I had bridged going into a 2 channel kicker 8" square sub in my tundra. I really liked that setup.
I am thinking that the old school amps are better than the newer stuff so that's why I kinda saw this and wanted it. I miss my PPI.
Let me make sure it fits where my old amp in the 60 is mounted and I'll let ya know. This thing seems like a monster.
I think a bigger amp can work a smaller sub better than the reverse so maybe this thing would sound OK in the rig. Does that logic sound reasonable?
Thanks for the dims.
01-25-2011, 10:03 PM
You can always turn the gains down if needed. A more powerful amp running at half is more efficient than a weaker one maxed out.
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