I agree. More pictures!tomstat wrote:...eye candy...
I was watching an interview with movie director Guillermo del Toro this weekend and heard him use a term that, until now, I wasn't sure when it would apply: Eye Protein...
Thanks guys,bikerdude523 wrote:Bad ass rig Mr. M-500t, I came to the same conclusion on the TFM-45 and M-1.5t, be interesting to hear how the M-500t stacks up with the TFM-45.
That Dayton sub sure looks good. What do you have powering it?
Very cool setup!!!
That's always good to know...I thought the cube crapped this morning, but it is DEAD SILENT....I couldn't be happier. Hey Tom, did you ever pick up a power conditioner? I thought at one point you were looking, I don't remember....Mr. M-500t wrote:Hey Tom,
Pertaining to the other thread about dirty 120v in your house.
I thought you would like to know that Crack Baby is silent between songs.
George wrote:In certain configurations you need a permission slip from your Mom to bridge amps.
treitz3 wrote:Reply to Mr M-500t....I figured that. I must be the incredibly lucky guy on the forum to be blessed with dirty A/C.
Reply to Bill.....Yeah, I have two power conditioners. The first is a Monster Power HTS1600 and the second is a unit I really like, the Richard Grey 400pro [which is a power supply and power conditioner].
Reply to the forum [going back to the thread topic].....I must say that since getting my amps back from service, the M-500t has raised itself up a notch or two in my book. Not that I wasn't impressed before the repair....don't get me wrong. It is probably the most musical amp out of the three that I have. The M1.5t just has that raw, brutal, kick you in the ass power that shakes the foundation. So I guess what I am saying is....I'm torn between the two.
A/B comparisons between the 4.0t, M1.5t and the M-500t I will not do for about three weeks [got alot on my plate, still]. When I do the comparisons, I will do them on the Polk RTi10's and the Focal 807v's separately. I could not give a proper evaluation with the way I have crackbaby hooked up. Oh yeah, did I mention that she's finally up and running with no issues [besides the "unwanted noise" from dirty A/C]?
You won't hear any difference. Although my '92 Carver catalogue says the dual output configuration WAS accomplished it was to have happened in the C-19. Later that was found to be urban legend. Until Lightstar/Sunfire Carver hadn't pulled it off. But as always YMMV.I think what I'm going to try next is to hook them up to the Tube outputs on my C-16 and see if it tames down the TFM-45 a little bit.
Should be interesting.