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  1. Tom, They are CE amps (CE4000's to be exact). They look identical except the colors. Is there something that I should be looking for on the amp itself? I purchased four (4) of these several years ago that were black in color buit have since purchased two (2) used ones from eBay, etc. that are grey in color! UltraTech 4040, the gray one: Crown CE4000: So, which is which? any way, like tom said they are the same... They are definitely not the Ultratech. Those have a distiguising name plate. These have CE4000 on they but are grey in color. As stated before, I have four (4) that are black in color.
  2. Tom, They are CE amps (CE4000's to be exact). They look identical except the colors. Is there something that I should be looking for on the amp itself? I purchased four (4) of these several years ago that were black in color buit have since purchased two (2) used ones from eBay, etc. that are grey in color!
  3. I have some Crown CE4000 amps and am interested in buying a few more. My current amps are black in color and some I have seen for sale are grey in color. Is there a difference in the amp, design, specs, etc. between the two? Why two (2) different colors?
  4. I have several Crown CE4000's and would like to "daisy chain" those that are used on the same band pass without having to use Y-splitters everywhere. I have a dBx DriveRack 260 and I want to run a dual mono tri-amp set-up. Here is what I have: Speakers Per side: 2 each SRX 4733 Cabinets 2 each SRX 4719 Subwoofers The manual shows how you can parallel the inputs but I use the CE 4000's in bridge mode. Is it ok to parallel the inputs and jump from one (input 2) to the other mid or sub amp (input one) while being in bridge mode? If so, I can use the other outputs on the DriveRack to go to the other amp rack on the other side of the stage and not have to use another DriveRack.