|bassdrummer ||02-01-2013 07:45 PM |
|bassdrummer ||02-02-2013 12:25 PM |
Final Price Drop: Now only $350 shipped CONUS. Saturday and Sunday only. Will delete ad and post on Ebay on Monday if it doesn't sell here. :hyper: Although you can't run it in bridged mono, you can use both power amps simultaneously for amplifying a single signal. All you do is connect a short quarter inch patch cable from channel one to channel two. The quarter inch input jacks are wired in parallel so they work as input or "through" jacks. Of course, just using one channel will already give you 600 watts for one 8 ohm cab or 900 watts for two 8 ohm cabs (or a single 4 ohm cab.) That's a whole lotta power! Great for a power hungry Acme cab. I used to use this power amp with a Sansamp RBI and two 8 ohm Acme Low B2 II (2x10) cabs. Thunderous! One channel provided a total of 900 watts to power both Acme's (450 watts per cab.) Or, you could use Channel One to feed 600 watts to one 8 ohm cab and Channel Two to feed another 600 watts to the other 8 ohm cab! Use one channel for a wedge style "monitor" cab facing you, and the other channel for "main" cabs facing the audience. Very versatile. Works great for a PA system: one channel feeds two monitors and the other channel feeds two main speakers. Or use a crossover and send the lows to one channel to feed one or two subwoofers while the other sends the mids and highs to two mains! I'd better stop typing before I am overcome with seller's remorse and beg my wife to let me keep it...:bawl:
|bassdrummer ||02-03-2013 07:21 AM |
The Final Bump...Headed to Ebay tomorrow...
|bassdrummer ||02-04-2013 08:46 AM |
Sold! $350 shipped. :hyper:
|bassdrummer ||02-04-2013 05:31 PM |
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