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Now available on the SSA store! 

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Wolfram Audio W-3000.1:

Specifications:

  • RMS Power @ 1 Ohm : 3,000 Watts x 1 Channels (14.4v)
  • RMS Power @ 2 Ohms : 2,000 Watts x 1 Channels (14.4v)
  • RMS Power @ 4 Ohms : 1,150 Watts x 1 Channels (14.4v)
  • RMS Power @ 2 Ohms (Linked) :  6,500 Watts x 1 Channel (14.4v)
  • Frequency Response : 10hz~350hz (+/-1db)
  • Working Voltage : 10V-16V
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Sensitivity) : >90dB
  • Efficiency @ 4 Ohms : 86%
  • Low Level Input (Gain) : 8V - 200mV
  • Low Pass Filter : 30Hz - 250Hz
  • Bass Boost : 0 ~ 12 dB
  • Subsonic Filter : 10Hz - 60Hz
  • Phase Shift : 0-180 Degrees
  • 4-Way Protection Circuitry Built-in (Thermal, Voltage, Speaker, DC)
  • LED Power & Protection Indicators
  • Master / Slave (Linkable) : Yes
  • Recommended Fuse Rating : 300 Amps
  • 1/0 Gauge Power and Ground Terminal Inputs
  • Remote Level Control Knob Included

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Wolfram Audio W-1500.1:

Specifications:

  • RMS Power @ 1 Ohm : 1,600 Watts x 1 Channels (14.4v)
  • RMS Power @ 2 Ohms : 900 Watts x 1 Channels (14.4v)
  • RMS Power @ 4 Ohms : 530 Watts x 1 Channels (14.4v)
  • RMS Power @ 2 Ohms (Strapped) :  3,200 Watts x 1 Channel (14.4v)
  • Frequency Response : 10Hz - 350Hz (+/- 1db)
  • Working Voltage : 10V-16V
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Sensitivity) : >90dB
  • Efficiency @ 4 Ohms : 86%
  • RCA Line Output : Yes
  • Low Pass Filter : 30Hz - 250Hz
  • Bass Boost @ 45 Hz : 0 ~ 12 dB
  • Subsonic Filter : 10Hz - 60Hz
  • Phase Shift : 0-180 Degrees
  • 4-Way Protection Circuitry Built-in (Thermal, Voltage, Speaker, DC)
  • LED Power & Protection Indicators
  • Master / Slave (Linkable) : Yes
  • Fuse Rating : 150 Amps (Linked: 300A)
  • 1/0 Gauge Power and Ground Terminal Inputs
  • Remote Level Control Knob Included

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Wolfram Audio W-600.1:

Specifications:

  • RMS Power @ 1 Ohm : 700 Watts x 1 Channels (14.4v)
  • RMS Power @ 2 Ohms : 380 Watts x 1 Channels (14.4v)
  • RMS Power @ 4 Ohms : 200 Watts x 1 Channels (14.4v)
  • RMS Power @ 2 Ohms (Strapped) : 1,400 Watts x 1 Channel (14.4v)
  • Frequency Response : 10Hz - 350Hz (+/- 1db)
  • Working Voltage : 10V-16V
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Sensitivity) : >90dB
  • Efficiency @ 4 Ohms : 86%
  • RCA Line Output : Yes
  • Low Pass Filter : 30Hz - 250Hz
  • Bass Boost : 0 ~ 12 dB
  • Subsonic Filter @ 24 dB Slope : 10Hz - 60Hz
  • Phase Shift : 0-180 Degrees
  • 4-Way Protection Circuitry Built-in (Thermal, Voltage, Speaker, DC)
  • LED Power & Protection Indicators
  • Master / Slave (Strappable) : Yes
  • Fuse Rating : 30A x2
  • 4 Gauge Power and Ground Terminal Inputs
  • Remote Level Control Knob Included

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Wolfram Audio W-125.4:

Specifications:

  • RMS Power @ 2 Ohms : 175 Watts x 4 Channels (14.4v)
  • RMS Power @ 4 Ohms : 125 Watts x 4 Channels (14.4v)
  • RMS Power @ 4 Ohms (Bridged) : 330 Watts x 2 (14.4v)
  • Frequency Response: 15hz to 35khz
  • Low Level Input Adjustment: 0.2v to 8v
  • Signal to noise Ratio: >90 dB
  • Minimum Impedance: 2 Ohm
  • Low Pass Filter: 50hz to 500hz (500hz to 5khz [x10])
  • High Pass Filter: 50hz to 500hz (500hz to 5khz [x10])
  • T.H.D. Continuous @ 4ohm : 0.05%
  • Operating Voltage : 10v ~ 16V
  • Fuse Rating : 40A x2

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Edited by Wolfram Audio

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Welcome to SSA.

Nice looking Amplifiers. 

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Those are some clean looking amps!

 

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:WELCOME: cant wait to see dimensions and pricing :droolcup:

 

Any subwoofers, speakers or just amplifiers at the moment?

Edited by jcarter1885

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4 hours ago, jcarter1885 said:

:WELCOME: cant wait to see dimensions and pricing :droolcup:

 

Any subwoofers, speakers or just amplifiers at the moment?

I'll get dimensions posted up when we receive the product. Pricing will be as follows:

W-600.1: $199

W-1500.1: $279

W-3000.1: $499

W-125.4: $249

Pricing on our website varies slightly because we are running a preorder sale... 

 

Just amplifiers for the moment, we have plans for subwoofers somewhere in the near future, but that all depends on how quickly we can get some amps sold.

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Very clean looking amps. Wish there was a 6 or 7 k tho... still up in thr air about what amp to run. Just stacking cash aside untill then

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42 minutes ago, Travis said:

Very clean looking amps. Wish there was a 6 or 7 k tho... still up in thr air about what amp to run. Just stacking cash aside untill then

Later down the road we'll grow into larger amps for competitors. But until then, they're linkable;)

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