100x5 Amp Modules

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    hi what ever happened to all those amp modules when you guys updated your units to the 250mr units

    I seem to recall Tag giving an allowence on the old units.
     
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    just found it £175 per mono module


    I wonder if they have any left
     
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    hello
    where you found the mono modules to 175 pounds?

    thank you... :)
     
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    If you were upgrading from a 100x5R to a 250x2/3R TMA gave an allowance on the return of each unused module from the upgrade.

    I have no idea on what IAG do these days.
     
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    Yep, I remember you and Barry telling me you used them as door-stops when I was trying to buy some s/hand to fill the slots in my old 100x5R/3 once Mark :rotfl:

    Probably got put into a couple of chassis at the end of the TMA days no doubt, as they surely wouldn't have been thrown away..... :blush:
     
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    used as footballs actually...
     
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    Expensive (& heavy!) footballs...... :D

    As usual, i doubt we'll ever find out as no-one has broken cover from IAG yet on the serious subjects, so i doubt if they will do.
     
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    I wonder how many people update the amps from 100x5 to 250x3 anyway
     
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    Please excuse my ignorance, but are are you guys saying the 100x5r is upgradable? If so, please could some knowledgable chap divulge what the options were/are.

    Also, I remember reading a review of the 100x5:10 a while back but have not heard many references to it here, out of interest why is that?

    Thanks

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    if you had a 100x5 you could change the 5 modules or some of them from 150watts to

    2x 80watts stereo for £695 with a part ex of £175 for the old 150watt mono module

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    1x250watt mono module but price on application
     
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    the 100x5r:10 cost

    £4720 with 10 modules of 80 watts

    or

    £3685 with 3 x 150watts and 4 x 80watts
     
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    and if you update there is a fitment charge of £95


    So my original question was what would be the deals to purchase some of the older part exchanged 150watt units.

    But it seems that ex Tag employees had a strange sense of humour :smashin:
     
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    Are you seriously contemplating removing their only source of lunchtime entertainment or do you want them to beg "can we have our ball back mister". :rotfl: :rotfl:
     
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    my foots still sore...


    Seriously (if ever I can be) the modules were simply remanufactured into staff sale, loan units and demonstration units. All pretty dull.
     

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