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  1. I own four (4) JBL SRX728s subs and (4) JBL SRX722 tops. The SRX722 will be Bi-amp. FOH Speakers, Amps (Double stack system) Stereo 3-Way Tri-Amped 13,800 Watts rms (4) JBL SRX 728s- 2 x 18" SUBWOOFERS (4) JBL SRX 722- MID/HI SPEAKER SYSTEM (1) BSS FDS-336t speakers processor i am currently in the market shopping for amp. I am looking for the best amp set up and easy to expand to (6) JBL SRX722 tops. Thats what i have in mind: Set up #1 3 x IT-4000's ( 2 amps will be using for mid and 1 amp for Hi) 2 x IT-4000's (one sub per each channel of the two amps) set up #2 3 x IT-4000's ( 2 amps will be using for mid and 1 amp for Hi) 2 x IT-6000's (one sub per each channel of the two amps) Set up #3 3 x IT-4000's ( 2 amps will be using for mid and 1 amp for Hi) 2 x IT-8000's (one sub per each channel of the two amps) Set up #4 1 x IT-4000's ( for SRX722 HI) 2 x IT-8000's (For Mid/sub) - * with that set up i am concern running the amp @ 2 ohms. Set up #5 1 x IT-4000's ( for SRX722 HI) 2 x IT-6000's (For Mid) - * Concerning running the amp at the peak limit. 2 x IT-8000's (one sub per each channel of the two amps) Please advise. Thank you very much
  2. i Check the cable. its the same set up i being using. Nothing change. i take the speaker wires from that amp and and plug on another amp. Did not get the message on the amp. I will go and check it again. Keving can you please provide me some inside why the fan are so lound on both amps. XTI 4000 and 1000. Wondering if the fan on the XTI 6000 if its that loud. Cause i am looking to buy 2 for my JBL SRX722 speakers.
  3. Hi, For some reason today when i turn on my Crown XTi 4000 for testing, I happen to get an error message "Short 1" when i turn on the volume up. Any idea what cause that. I already check the connection everything remain the same. Nothing change from the last time i use. Also the fan on my Amplifiers ( XTI4000 & 1000) are running pretty loud. Any advise on that think. thx in advance.
  4. I am sending the firmware to your email address. I am looking for the .hex firmware for a XTi 1000, XTi 2000 and XTi 4000. Where can i find it? thanks
  5. Hi, I need your help. I have a last minute gig this evening in small bar ( Live band). I will be using 2 Peavey djs4 for top and 2 Peavey PV 118 for sub Sound Processing: DBX 231 + DBX 166XL+ DBX 223XL Just upgrade to Crown XTI4000 so i can use it with Peavey PV118 and samsom SX2800 for top. I need help for setting to use. i am open for any sugestion and advise. Peavey djs4 # Two 15 inch Scorpion® woofers # RX(RM) 22 driver # CH® 941 constant directivity horn # 1000 watts program # Impedance: 4 ohms # Frequency response: 58 Hz to 16 kHz # Usable low frequency limit (-10 dB point): 42 Hz # Sound pressure level 1W @ 1M, swept sine in anechoic environment: 99 dB # Maximum SPL: * 125 dB continuous * 134 dB peak # Horn Pattern: 90 degrees horizontal by 45 degrees vertical # Box Tuning Frequency: 58 Hz # Electroacoustic Crossover Frequency: 2.8 kHz # Crossover Type: Internal passive psuedothree-way # Crossover slopes: 6 dB/oct. (1st order) low pass, 12 dB/oct. (2nd order) high pass with constant directivity horn EQ # Nominal impedance: 4 Ohms # Minimum impedance: 3.4 Ohms Peavey PV 118 # 18 inch heavy duty woofer, 3 inch VC, 65 oz. magnet # Top pole-mount # 400 Watts program power handling # Internal low-pass crossover network # Frequency Range: 38 Hz to 500 Hz (-10 dB, half space) # Frequency Response:49-180 Hz (+/- 3 dB anechoic) # Sensitivity: 95 dB (1 Watt/1 meter) # Power Rating: 400 Watts (program) # Peak Power Capacity: 800 Watts # Maximum SPL: 118 dB # Transducer Complement: * 18 inch Heavy duty woofer * 3 inch voice coil * 65 oz magnet # Box Tuning Frequency: 46 Hz (Low frequency section) # Recommended Infrasonic Filter Frequency: 40 Hz (minimum of 18 dB/octave roll-off) # Recommended Crossover Frequency: 150 Hz or less Samson SX-2800 # Professional High Power Rail-switching Amplifier # 700 Watts per side at 8 Ohms # 900 Watts per side at 4 Ohms