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    Posted: 30 December 2010 at 4:04pm
Hello all,

Just wondering if anyone has used one of these or has any opinions on them?

http://www.thomann.de/gb/the_tamp_d3400.htm

Had to sell my void amp that powered my bass as i needed funds for other things, so ive been thinking of new amps to power them.

These have 2x 1800w which is a good 900w each for my void 18" 1000w drivers..

Can anyone also suggest any other amps more suitable for under £400?

Cheers :)
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Budget SMPS + BASS = FAIL

Proline 3000 or American Audio V6000
www.deltastarevents.com

www.dss-audio.co.uk
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Proline 3000 was another choice!
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Originally posted by jacethebase jacethebase wrote:

Budget SMPS + BASS = FAIL




£400 will buy couple of use quality sub amp

there is use proline 3000 in for sale section right now
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Originally posted by jacethebase jacethebase wrote:

Budget SMPS + BASS = FAIL

Proline 3000 or American Audio V6000
Who sells the American Audio?
Got a smaller one here, very well built/heavy
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erm the guys at element 5 are a dealer/retailer of there kit if i recall correctly.. and about the thomann amps, well i was told that the power supplies die...
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ADJ is the uk Distributer for American Audio / DJ not sure of a retail supplier maybe Batmink would get you them?
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Originally posted by samwills samwills wrote:

erm the guys at element 5 are a dealer/retailer of there kit if i recall correctly.. and about the thomann amps, well i was told that the power supplies die...



Thats because they were designed for an alarm clock ;)
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Originally posted by jacethebase jacethebase wrote:

Originally posted by samwills samwills wrote:

erm the guys at element 5 are a dealer/retailer of there kit if i recall correctly.. and about the thomann amps, well i was told that the power supplies die...



Thats because they were designed for an alarm clock ;)




dont know about d3400 but proline amp have plenty psu Smile


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prolines are proved and solid as a rock, wouldnt touch the cheapo smps ones at all! "crap"
btw adj amps sell well in germany and theres a few distributers that will ship to uk aswell ;)
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its the lightweight 1u thomann amps with the problems not there beefy,weighty things :P
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It's pretty much what you expect for the money. I've got one. It must be getting on 4 years old now and still going strong. If you do a search maybe my review is still to be found. 

Basically it puts out the power (aroun 1.5k a side) into 4 ohms, but any lower impedance and it shuts down. We ran 3 loonies off one side and it does kick but then shut down as soon as it clips. 

Used it to run two USBs for days at Frenchtek in rough conditions. Plenty of output. The problem is you have to keep a close eye on it to make sure it doesn't clip as it has no limiters. It sounds fine for full range use too. The fans are quite noisy and i don't think it has any XLR links which is quite annoying.

I'm sure there are much better class d amps for the same price out now. 

NOTE: Please don't go posting comments such as "its shit" when you haven't even seen or used one. It would be most useful to write "i've heard from my friend X that he used it in situation Y and wasn't happy for reason Z"
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