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Default Re: New and waiting for BTA6250D

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Originally Posted by durpquad View Post
I think i will definitely add a second tube later.
I'm curious to see the reviews of a single BTA6250D compared to the BTA6200.

Seems like to take full advantage of the 6250D you need to add that second passive tube.
Most of all the Digital Amplifiers are designed for a 2 ohm load, so in a sense you are correct. Your are headed in the right direction though, 2 6" tubes will sound awesome in the cab of your truck. Other than the efficiency of the Class D versus the BTA6200 MOSFET, you gain an additional 50 watts, and the ability to add a slave unit, which I do believe was not an option with the BTA6200. You can call Tech, 1-800-THE-TUBE, or PM the forum wizard, rainmanspl, the guy is a car audio genius, check out his bio.
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