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  1. Simply choice dude ... iTech is NLA. XTi 6000 is very similar to iTech series amps. Use iTech for your subs. Much much larger damping factor.
  2. User76, You can find an explanation for you question on crown's website. Applications > Application guides There is a section of this document that covers this topic Good Luck
  3. Two JRX115 speakers on one channel of an amp would be a 4-ohm/1000 watt (Program) load. One JRX118s sub would be a 4-ohm/700 watt (Program) load. Doing the math, quickly, this means the JRX115 speakers would be looking for an amplifier that, at 4-ohms, would do about 1000 watts (for 3db of headroom) and be in the range of 800 to 1250. The JRX118s would be looking for an amp that, at 4-ohms, would do about 700 watts (for 3db of headroom) and be in the range of 560 to 875 watts. I would recommend the XTi2000. It is rated at 800 watts per channel into 4-ohms. The XTi 2000 should do the trick for all three speakers? DGlass, I happen to own a couple jrx speakers. although this setup would work in theory the jrx's have only 1 speakon connection and 1 trs connection which are wired in parallel. for this reason, you will not be able to feed both of your top cabinet jrxs off one channel of the amp