Questions and answers

What is the difference between Taramps HD and MD?

What is the difference between Taramps HD and MD?

HD is full range. The MD is more designed for subwoofers.

What country is Taramps made in?

Taramps claims to be the leading amplifier maker and fastest growing amplifier maker in Brazil, and it’s now turning its sites on the US. The 17-year old company began building “home made” amplifiers in a garage, and eventually grew to offer 5 lines of amplifiers.

What year did Taramps start?

Taramps was born in a simple way with the manufacture of amplifiers for automotive sound in 1999. The creator and owner assembled acoustic boxes and homemade installed projects in his own garage, but it was the modification of the power of existing amplifiers that started drawing attention.

Are Taramps bridgeable?

Taramps Amplifier Module Class D (1 Channel 3000 Watts RMS) It is a mono amplifier, with power of 3000 Watts RMS, which has protection against short circuit at the output, high/low voltage and thermal protection.

Are Taramps good for bass?

The BASS 3K amplifier module from Taramps was carefully developed with the highest technology, with high income and performance for automotive sound systems and aimed at subwoofer and bass responses, in the frequency range from 8Hz to 250Hz….Description.

Operation class Class D
Weight 6.51lb (2.96Kg)
EAN 7898556844789

What’s a full range amplifier?

FR = Full Range means the crossover is going to allow all frequencies to go to all speakers. On MTX amplifiers, you can select which type of crossover you want to use based on the kind of speakers you are powering with the amplifier. This is because front channels are typically always used for speakers.

Where is Taramps located?

Welcome to Taramps Group official store, located in Brazil we manufacture Car Audio Amplifiers, Speakers by 7Driver Audio, Home Audio Receivers by Homee Life Sound and sell exclusively on eBay our products are 100% made in Brazil.

What does LPF mean on my amp?

low pass frequency
As we discussed earlier in this article, subwoofer amps typically use LPF (low pass frequency) filters to block high frequencies that should be playing through your speakers. A subsonic filter will attenuate frequencies so low that your subwoofer cannot reproduce them OR that humans are incapable of hearing.

How does a full bridge amplifier work?

With a full-bridge amplifier, this offset appears on each side of the load, which means that zero DC current flows at the output. Most high-power full-bridge amplifiers exhibit power efficiencies in the range of 80% to 88% with 8Ω loads.

What should I set my LPF to?

As a general rule, the Low-Pass Filter should be set at a value approximately equal to (or below) 70% of your main speaker’s lowest frequency response.

How strong of an amp do I need?

Generally you should pick an amplifier that can deliver power equal to twice the speaker’s program/continuous power rating. This means that a speaker with a “nominal impedance” of 8 ohms and a program rating of 350 watts will require an amplifier that can produce 700 watts into an 8 ohm load.