SOLD Crest Audio Prolite (pro-lite) 2.0 DSP

Discussion in 'For Sale: Amps, Preamps, and Cabinets' started by Bassheart365, May 27, 2016.

  1. Bassheart365

    Bassheart365 Supporting Member

    Oct 19, 2014
    Northern California
    "A good bassist determines the direction of any band." - Ron Carter
    Price:
    395
    Location:
    California
    Crest Prolite 2.0 DSP - like new - only used twice - not to be confused with the less expensive non-DSP model
    3 Speakon connectors including a bridged connector - so no special cables needed to bridge the dual channels. That's 2000 watts bridged @ 4 ohm and 1160 watts bridged @ 8 ohms. Easy to operate DSP controls include fully adjustable high pass and low pass filters and bass harmonic enhancer, which are not found on non-DSP model.
    $395 shipped CONUS

    More details:

    Features:





      • Parallel/Bridge/Stereo mode switch
      • ACL Automatic Clip Limiting
      • Revolutionary Pro-LITE class D topology
      • Lockable level controls
      • High-pass filter
      • Two channel-independent fourth order crossovers
      • Bass Harmonic Enhancer
    8 Ohm Bridged – 1160
    4 Ohm Bridged – 2000
    2 Ohm Stereo - 980 W (2 x 2 ohms)
    4 Ohm Stereo - 540 W (2 x 4 ohms)
    8 Ohm Stereo - 300 W (2 x 8 ohms)
    Outputs: Three Speakon connectors - two channels plus bridged connector
    4 Ohm Stereo - 600 W (1 x 4 ohms)
    8 Ohm Stereo - 290 W (1 x 8 ohms)
    Thermal, DC, subsonic, incorrect loads, under and over voltage
    Temperature dependent variable speed 80 mm DC fan
    Inputs: Dual Combination 1/4" XLR
    2 Ohm Stereo - 1050 W (1 x 2 ohms)

    Only 11.6 lbs.

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  2. CosmicRay

    CosmicRay Supporting Member

    Hi, the amp looks good. I'm interested. I have a question about the inputs.
    Can standard 1/4" cables be used or XLR only?
     
  3. Bassheart365

    Bassheart365 Supporting Member

    Oct 19, 2014
    Northern California
    "A good bassist determines the direction of any band." - Ron Carter
    The inputs accept XLR or 1/4"
     
  4. CosmicRay

    CosmicRay Supporting Member

    Ok. Thanks. Did you run it bridged?
     
  5. Bassheart365

    Bassheart365 Supporting Member

    Oct 19, 2014
    Northern California
    "A good bassist determines the direction of any band." - Ron Carter
    Yes. I ran a Monique tube preamp to the input and used the speakon bridge output to a Greenboy Fearless 115 cabinet, which is an 8 ohm cab. Clean headroom for days....I used the DSP high pass filter too. Very nice feature when you are feeding this kind of power into a bass cab.
     
  6. CosmicRay

    CosmicRay Supporting Member

    Yeah, I want to run it bridged into an F212 or a 15/6 & 15 sub - depending on the venue.
    The F212 is 4 ohm and the other two are 8 ohms each, which will give me 4 ohms.