My new amp RT1000D

My new MTX RT1000D mono block class D amplifier. 1000w RMS into 2ohm. I just realized that there are drug related paraphernalia laying around in the video... Im not a pot head or a stoner, they belong to my roomate. just to clarify things.

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Mono Block Amplifier Install / Sub Amp Installation
Subscribe for more free Automotive tips: https://youtube.com/c/AnthonyJ350Canada?sub_confirmation=1 http://www.gofasthavefun.ca In this video I go over the basics to installing an amp and sub into your vehicle using a hi-low / line level converter to get signal off a stock sound system. Products used: MTX Thunder Subs, Alpine M500 Amplifier, ReQ line level converter and Stinger wiring Music by: Kevin Macleod and EFREEZEE Go Fast Have Fun provides the content in this video, for information and entertainment purposes only. The information in this Video presents guidelines to help vehicle enthusiasts modify or repair their vehicles and to demonstrate what car culture is all about. Go Fast Have Fun make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the Video or the information, products, services, or related graphics contained on the Video for any purpose. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk. Nothing presented should be relied upon you for your modification or repair plans for your vehicle and is not in any way professional mechanical advice. Go Fast Have Fun strongly recommends you consult with a professional automobile mechanic to ensure that any modification or repair plans for your vehicle are appropriate for your vehicle. In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this Video and the information presented within it. Go Fast have Fun Canada





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MTX Jackhammer in my 01' Tahoe!!!!
I finally got this put in my Tahoe, I did the whole build by myself in a little over 1 week. I built it to compete at a local shop, to run in the 1-2 woofer class, and after just getting it done the night before, and hauling ass up to the place to pay and enter.....the next morning I get this "sorry, 15" max on subs". What kind of garbage is that, and thanks for telling me the night before. They Really put this limit on because last year in my Lumina, I kicked EVERYBODY's ass with the Jackhammer :) I've only got 1 of the 4 alts. on it so far, and I have lots more 1/0 to run, finish work and tweeking to do. But that's another video....





MTX Thunder 225 HO Cheater Amp vs MTX Thunder 2300 - OldSchoolStereo.com
See the MTX Thunder 225 HO "cheater amp" from approx. 1997. I just got in this amp to add to the old school 25x2 cheater amps test. This joker is a BEAST!! It uses three 30A fuses for a total of 90A!! Rated at 25x2 at 4ohms and 400w bridged at 1ohm (all at 12.5V). The amp should put out in excess of 600w at 1ohm bridged, but we'll find out soon enough. I compared the 225HO to the MTX Thunder 2300 from a few years earlier. Based on the fusing and the physical size, I was expecting the guts to be very similar. Well, it turns out the 2300 has more capacitors for the power supply and most likely more reserve power. I've seen birthsheets showing in excess of 900w for the 2300 Music created by me on my iPad using GarageBand. Video is offered via Creative Commons attribution license. Feel free to reuse my video in your projects, all you need to do is attribute BigDWiz and OldSchoolStereo.com




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