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Octane

Serial #                          Owner                                 Location

5081 36699 0005               Grim0013                                     unknown

5081 36701 0025               Boggs                                             unknown

5081 36704 0017                pimpinest                                      unknown

508 36704 0032                 Bryan Kirk                                      Oregon, USA

5081 36705 0001               Art Hopfer                                      Oregon, USA

5081 36705 0002               Terje Hokholt                                 Norway

5081 36795 0023               Jerome F Vreux-Gerbier                Virginia, USA

5081 36795 0052               Matthew Hyde                               Vermont, USA

5081 36795 0057               Dan Davis                                       Washington, USA

5081 36795 0060               Mark Shutt                                     UK

5081 37264 0005               Joe Branam                                    Tennessee, USA

5081 37281 0009               Steve Miracle                                 Indiana, USA

6324 38057 0001               Jerome F Vreux-Gerbier                Virginia, USA

5081 ????? ????               Jesse Bolduc                                   Minnesota, USA



Serial number decipher:

05081 = Octane (63243 might be because its factory refurbished)

05083 = MS-2125 TA
05084 = MS-2250 TA
05085 = MS-1000 TA
3XXXX = Date code  (days since since January 1, 1900) ie 36661 = May 15, 2000
XXXX = number made that day (not necessarily that number of THAT model made that day)


Calculation of date code:
36661/365 = 100r161 (so 1900 + 100 years is 2000)
161 - 25 (25 leap year days) = 136
So 136 days into 2000 is (31 + 29 + 31 + 30) +15, so May 15, 2000


With the cosmetics of the carbon fiber look, this amp is the complete package. It contains a pair of the titanium series ZX400ti 2 channel amplifiers, the Bass Cube, and a bank of rail capacitors. The accessories that this came with included the matching wire cover, bass cube remote knob, and LPL (low pass level) adjustment knob. This amp had the three blue LEDs arranged in a triangle on the front, this was also done on the titanium series amps. Total production numbers were never published and since they were not numbered with a conventional system, the total number can not be estimated.

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