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    Posted: 13 March 2011 at 11:42pm
Mabe they get too good of a review not too long ago they were about £400 NOW THEY are £495 the price on them change every single week
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due to exchange rate a lot of it i think, we just got a 2700 as a budget option for our hd's how do you find these amps everyone?
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Originally posted by mattd mattd wrote:

due to exchange rate a lot of it i think, we just got a 2700 as a budget option for our hd's how do you find these amps everyone?
i think there great! will do your hd's proud! used mine at 8/4/2 ohm loads plenty of times,always been impressed.
more bass please
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I have a proline 3000 running my 2x18 subs @4ohms.... it's not the volume that they produce which is awesome, it's the intensity of the subsonic waves that hit you. the only other kit that does this type of thing that ive heard (only Better) are the L.A Acoustic 2x18 subs (The manufacturer designed the subs I had around the L.A Acoustic kit. but i never said that). the way the 3000 bass restores after a big push, i.e bass drum kick. is just mind blowing. It just doesn't get out of breath no matter how hard you push them.
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cool im selling my inf8 to buy labs so may have these powering them for the period im slint inbetween
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if you go for the 3000 proline you would not be disappointed. soon i will be selling loads of kit off but i need 10 posts on here before i can put gear up for sale. :-(

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Originally posted by l-sound l-sound wrote:

if you go for the 3000 proline you would not be disappointed. soon i will be selling loads of kit off but i need 10 posts on here before i can put gear up for sale. :-(


Are you going to sell Proline 3000's?
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Originally posted by l-sound l-sound wrote:

I have a proline 3000 running my 2x18 subs @4ohms.... it's not the volume that they produce which is awesome, it's the intensity of the subsonic waves that hit you. the only other kit that does this type of thing that ive heard (only Better) are the L.A Acoustic 2x18 subs (The manufacturer designed the subs I had around the L.A Acoustic kit. but i never said that). the way the 3000 bass restores after a big push, i.e bass drum kick. is just mind blowing.
It just doesn't get out of breath no matter how hard you push them.
 
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Thanks Takasis, It's not often that someone compliments someone on what they say. Im glad it describes the Amp and is understandable. 

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Wicked amps, i ran them for a couple of years ( dont clip them tho), never failed, jus weight... they haevier than crown VZUnhappy
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Hi Nick, you are not wrong, they are heavy, but for a reason. The weight is because of the amount of copper in the coil, this is why they handle the Bottom end so well. If you have noticed, the real heavy amps, i.e crown / amcron, MC2, and all high end gear (nearly always anyway) are stunning amps that really deliver, so ask yourself the question. Why are these amps so good and why do they always weigh so much? the common denominator is usually the weight of copper in the coil.

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Originally posted by Nick Sasquash Nick Sasquash wrote:

Wicked amps, i ran them for a couple of years ( dont clip them tho), never failed
 
Not even a slight flicker Nick? Confused
 
I've previously read on here the speaker protection wasn't all that & a couple members have taken out drivers in the past! maybe the clip light was on full tilt! Confused
 
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