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Stewart HPA-1000

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Tim Cole, Jul 23, 2003.


  1. Tim Cole

    Tim Cole

    Jun 12, 2002
    Findlay, Ohio
    Knowing this is designed more for home theater primarily, I still had to snag it up, due to a good price. Is there anything you guys can tell me that makes a difference? Obvoiusly, I will need to get a connector to run my input into an XLR, but I am unsure of anything else. Here are the specs........any help would be greatly appreciated.

    SPECIFICATIONS HPA-1000
    FTC Power Rating <0.1% thd, 20hz-2okhz 200W x 2 @ 8 ohms per channel
    (both channels driven)

    Output Power (1kHz, 0.1% THD) 350W x 2 @ 4 ohms per channel
    500W x 2 @ 2 ohms per channel
    Maximum Output at 1% THD @ 1kHz 240W @ 8 ohms single channel
    400W @ 4 ohms single channel
    580W @ 2 ohms single channel
    Rated Power Output, Mono Bridged 1000W x I @ 4 ohms bridged
    700W x I @ 8 ohms bridged
    400W x I @ 16 ohms bridged
    Frequency Response +0dB ,-.3dB 20Hz-20kHz
    Bandwidth +0dB, -3dB 10Hz-45kHz
    Signal-to-Noise Ratio(A-wtd., 200w @ 8 ohms) >110dB
    Total Harmonic Distortion <0.1%, 20hz-20khz (1w to 200w, 8 ohms)
    Input Impedance 11.5k ohms
    Voltage Gain 28.28x
    Input sensitivity (200W @ 8 ohms) 1.414V
    Slew Rate >30V/microseconds
    Damping Factor >500
    lnput Connectors 3 pin XLR, RCA Phono
    Output Connectors 6 Gauge, 5-way Binding Post
    Power Requirements 120V AC 400VA (average)
    Power Supply Design High Speed Switching
    Dimensions
    Height 1.75 in (4.5 cm)
    Width 19 in (48.3 cm)
    Depth 15.0 in(38.1 cm)
    behind front panel 15.3 in (38.9 cm) (19" Rack Mountable)
    Weight 11 lbs (5kg)
     
  2. Chuck M

    Chuck M Supporting Member

    May 2, 2000
    San Antonio, Texas
    I have a pair of the Stewart PA-1000's which is the same amp with different inputs. Mine has 1/4" and XLR.

    These are fine amps, however, some bassists have had problems with them shutting down on high temp if you work them hard bridged into a 4 ohm load.

    My 410 is an 8 ohm and I have never had a problem.

    Chuck
     
  3. Tim Cole

    Tim Cole

    Jun 12, 2002
    Findlay, Ohio
    Thanks Chuck!

    I am considering using a fan mounted into the rack, as I will be pushing a 4 ohm load. What is a fair price on one of these units?
     
  4. Tim Cole

    Tim Cole

    Jun 12, 2002
    Findlay, Ohio
    Anyone else experienced in these?