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I'am to the understanding that A4KDN AMP is the same circuit board as soundsteam xxx6500,this amp has a rating of 6500watts @ 16volts.Can the A4KDN produce this power output as well?

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16v is a new upgraded alternator, upgraded possibly even 2 batteries and more than likely having atleast an 8v signal coming from the rcas. this would be possible with the 4k they approximated its max to be 8k watts even though thats unrealistic its "possible" im sure you could upgrade this stuff and get it close only thing you have to remember is they amps rms. you should only run it at its rms wattage output if you dont your asking for the amp to break and be sent to a person.... well like me who repairs broken amps. and trust me i dont work for cheap.

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