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StereoInstaller1
04-18-2009, 12:38 PM
Hey guys, I have recently re-enrolled as a dealer for Titanium Power.

This stuff has been really terrific, as in only 1 amp failure out of over 100 sold...this stuff is great sound, easily as good in power as any major name brand and is really well built.

If anyone needs power, go check out their website: www.titaniumpower.com (http://www.titaniumpower.com)

As an example, the 600.1 Class A/B mono subwoofer amp will be $150, (plus Shipping, duh) and the 100.4 (which can run 2 ohms X4 all damn day) will be $165.

What this means is that you can have great power, cheap.

I will be glad to answer any and all questions about this stuff.

Their SPRCO 65 woofer will fit in the E30 factory location with only a tiny bit of trimming, but will require modifying the kickpanels. However, they sound absolutely amazing, and I will sell them to you for $165/pr.

Luke

NitroRustlerDriver
04-19-2009, 09:52 AM
Those are some good prices.

dashboardmonkey
04-19-2009, 11:12 AM
Guys, this shit rocks.

I have installed alot of this stuff, best bang for the buck hands down.

cramer
04-20-2009, 03:30 PM
Their SPRCO 65 woofer will fit in the E30 factory location with only a tiny bit of trimming, but will require modifying the kickpanels. However, they sound absolutely amazing, and I will sell them to you for $165/pr.

Luke

Does modifying mean mounting the speaker from the front like the rest of the 6.5's i've seen or will it fit behind the panel? (look factory when it's all said and done)

cmflossin
04-20-2009, 06:20 PM
nice. glad you posted this up. i had an unfortunate incident and found out that my amp inside my trunk got as good of a wash as the outside of the trunk whilst going through a car wash. not good. if she doesn't come back to life after a good thorough drying, i might hit you up for a 100.4.

416stroker
04-20-2009, 07:13 PM
Interested in there subs how's there sq the apex series? My brothers looking to do a single 12. That and the 600.1 would be good combo

StereoInstaller1
04-20-2009, 07:26 PM
The 600.1 is actually a tiny bit much for an Apex. If sealed, these are about the best sounding woofer I have ever heard (under $400 anyway) and ported (about 2.2 cubic feet, tuned to 35Hz) they are a bit "one note", but HUGE output.

Best cheap woofer I have ever heard, bar none.

About $75 (plus S) BTW.

lifeiskaos
04-21-2009, 01:44 AM
what do you think about using their 4 channel amp (400.4) for a dual voice coil 10" sub (apex10) and two component speakers (SRPCO65)?

StereoInstaller1
04-21-2009, 02:07 AM
Not the best idea. The 4 channel amps (in fact, nearly all 4 channel amps) do not like a 2 ohm mono load, and a DVC woofer will be either a 2 ohm (twice the acceptable load) or an 8 ohm (half the needed load, or half the power) so your best bet would be either a different amp or a different woofer.

I have mentioned to Titanium Power that it would be really nice to see a SVC 4 ohm woofer just for this reason. Most shops want to sell 2 woofers, then you could use 2 8 ohm woofers (DVC in series) adn load the amp properly...so basically, they want to sell more woofers.

In general, my designs fly in the face of what the industry wants you to do, which is spend more money. My goal is always to get the best possible sound for as little money as humanly possible...thus the dual ports, the highly efficient boxes, the whole "bass in the car, not in the trunk" technique...it all ties in to the same mindset, and my way of thinking is quite different from the rest of the industry.

lifeiskaos
04-21-2009, 09:53 AM
couldnt i use two individual channels, one for each coil, to keep the 4ohm rating?

if you wouldnt mind would you take a look at my thread a couple rows down?

StereoInstaller1
04-21-2009, 10:19 AM
couldnt i use two individual channels, one for each coil, to keep the 4ohm rating?

if you wouldnt mind would you take a look at my thread a couple rows down?Yeah, you could, but I always aim for getting the most possible power out of an amp.

Would you plan on adding a second amp for bass, later?

lifeiskaos
04-21-2009, 10:55 AM
well i had always planned on having two amps, but then the idea that i could use a 4 channel amp for a sub and two components popped into my head. that would be very nifty if it could be pulled off well

StereoInstaller1
04-21-2009, 11:24 AM
well i had always planned on having two amps, but then the idea that i could use a 4 channel amp for a sub and two components popped into my head. that would be very nifty if it could be pulled off wellI have certainly done exactly that with those amps.

Best value I have heard yet!

Luke

lifeiskaos
04-21-2009, 08:35 PM
pm me price on the 10" woofer and 4 channel amp please :D shipped to 91016

optimusp517
04-21-2009, 09:34 PM
Man if I knew this was a better sub I'd jump on this along with the box, but too late now :P Oh well.

StereoInstaller1
04-22-2009, 10:17 AM
pm me price on the 10" woofer and 4 channel amp please :D shipped to 91016Which 10", which 4 channel?

The 2 4 channels are the 100.4 (about $165) and the 400.4 (about $200)

The 10" woofers are the APEX 10 ($65), the SD10COC ($130) and the SD1035SPL ($180)

I have yet to hear this new woofer, SD10COC. It is 2/3rds price of the SPL series, but is still bigger/burlier than anything I know of in the price range, and has pretty good specs.

Turf1600
04-22-2009, 04:16 PM
Hey luke - PLEASE start selling exile again.

I have another e30 I want to do up....

StereoInstaller1
04-23-2009, 12:32 AM
Hey luke - PLEASE start selling exile again.

I have another e30 I want to do up....Well, I just might. I love that shit, but have had some reliability issues with their lower end product and prices have gone up quite a bit.

dude8383
05-11-2009, 10:00 AM
Luke, I'm in the market for a 5 channel amp to work with:

Infinity Kappa 10.1D
Polk DB5250 Components
Blaupunkt Coaxial speakers (can't remember name)

Do you think a TM 400.4 or a 100.4 will do the job?

StereoInstaller1
05-11-2009, 07:43 PM
Luke, I'm in the market for a 5 channel amp to work with:

Infinity Kappa 10.1D
Polk DB5250 Components
Blaupunkt Coaxial speakers (can't remember name)

Do you think a TM 400.4 or a 100.4 will do the job?No, not really.

First, if you want a 5 channel, neither of these (as I am sure you noticed) are 5 channel.

Next, if you were to use that DVC woofer on half of either of those 4 channels (or 99.99% of all 4 channels ever made) you would have either too much or too little load...so either wasting money or making smoke.

However, you could do the 600.1 and the 100.4 as a great combo. That gear in one of my boxes would be very happy....in fact, damn near stupid loud, plus wonderful clarity, as the Kappa woofers love large vented boxes.

Tell ya what....I seem to have 3 or 4 guys who want 2 amps...how about I figure out a small little 1 shot group buy? These prices are barely over cost, but maybe I could squeeze a bit more from these guys.

dude8383
05-12-2009, 06:10 AM
Let me know. I have two amps now...but they're 2 channel. The way I used to be was, one amp powered sub, and the other was for the components up front. The rear were amp'ed by the headunit...My plan was to bridge the four speakers on one amp.

Eclipse PA4212 2/1 Channel Amp

http://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum/classifieds/47737-fs-eclipse-pa4212-2ch-amplifier-2-a.html

I wanted to kind of integrate everything into one amp but I'm willing to reconsider :)

No, not really.

First, if you want a 5 channel, neither of these (as I am sure you noticed) are 5 channel.

Next, if you were to use that DVC woofer on half of either of those 4 channels (or 99.99% of all 4 channels ever made) you would have either too much or too little load...so either wasting money or making smoke.

However, you could do the 600.1 and the 100.4 as a great combo. That gear in one of my boxes would be very happy....in fact, damn near stupid loud, plus wonderful clarity, as the Kappa woofers love large vented boxes.

Tell ya what....I seem to have 3 or 4 guys who want 2 amps...how about I figure out a small little 1 shot group buy? These prices are barely over cost, but maybe I could squeeze a bit more from these guys.

StereoInstaller1
05-12-2009, 07:38 AM
My plan was to bridge the four speakers on one amp.


Yeah, lots of cars do that really well, and you certainly could...but the E30 is SO damn stubborn in getting any kind of decent front stage, I think it would suck.

As a general rule, I wanna see triple the power of the rears on the fronts.

Of course, if you have gain adjustments, that solves the issue too.

Of course, if you ran a different woofer, the 2 amps you have now would be great. SVC woofers are getting rare! You could also just add a sub amp, then use those two for front and rear...I mean they aren't the most ballsy amp ever made, but they are pretty damn clean.

dude8383
05-12-2009, 11:25 AM
Yeah, lots of cars do that really well, and you certainly could...but the E30 is SO damn stubborn in getting any kind of decent front stage, I think it would suck.

As a general rule, I wanna see triple the power of the rears on the fronts.

Of course, if you have gain adjustments, that solves the issue too.

Of course, if you ran a different woofer, the 2 amps you have now would be great. SVC woofers are getting rare! You could also just add a sub amp, then use those two for front and rear...I mean they aren't the most ballsy amp ever made, but they are pretty damn clean.

Luke, shoot me a PM with your phone number :)

I might be interested in doing something like that.

5Toes
04-24-2011, 10:22 AM
Luke, is titanium power still around?

I want some of their stuff for my car, when I build it up this Summer