Originally Posted by sundownz
In what way ?
What reason would I have to "make up" our original SCV-3000D tests but not any of the other models we've ever sold / currently sell ?
There is literally no logical reason for me to do that. Zero.
We did a Dyno on the original amp run of SCV-3000Ds, Nick @ IA did a dyno on one as well, and also TaylorFade can tell you he tested one of the original amps -- all of them confirm exactly what I said.
From there there is also no logical reason for me to REQUEST a change to any of the specs on the amp to *decrease* it's power output. Again, what sense does that make? None at all.
As far as I have heard.... From u..... You test all your equipment before it goes out, wouldnt output be one of those tests?
I actually made a comment on your yardsale ad (I believe) where I stated it would be impossible to test each item before it went out since you are a smaller company and to keep costs low and then you said you have a couple full time employees which did just that....( I was impressed by that statement).
Now with the comment you made basically blaming the build house which seems like a cop out when in a round about way you pointed out some quirks in QC on your end by not doing a batch test at least for output.
Thats what seems like a cop out....they did it, not my fault, cant blame me....
Now if the build house did mess up and cheat you and your customers.....
I wish it was you that found it out by your own in place QC rather than a guy on YouTube pointing something out....
Thats what seems to have happened but I dont know for sure because I did not do the testing and so lets hope Big D messed up somewhere or got a single bad amp....
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