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  1. Please tell me, is jbl MRX528s a better choice then EV KW dual 18" Eliminator for the XTI 4000. 5799[/snapback] Hi, Both cabinets are great cabinets. The Eliminator will definitely perform well with the XTi 4000. However, it will not perform any better than the MRX528 sub. I have used both cabinets and I like the punch from the JBL better. However, the cabinets are comparable. For what it is worth I would rather have the JBLs then the EVs. Bill 5801[/snapback] Thanks Bill, i will get the JBL MRX528s for sub's and i think for mids and highs i will get the MRX515. PS: i have 2 xti 4000 amps and planning to use one for the two mrx528's which are 1000w RMS and the other for the two mrx515's which are only 400W rms, please tell me is one xti4000 to much for two MRX515's, do you reccomend a different speaker for the mid's, and also what should i set the xti4000 crossover at for the 2 subs, and at what freq for the mid's.
  2. Please tell me, is jbl MRX528s a better choice then EV KW dual 18" Eliminator for the XTI 4000.
  3. Please tell me, is jbl MRX528s a better choice then EV KW dual 18" Eliminator for the XTI 4000.
  4. Hi, Life with the XTi amps is pretty good and I will try to answer your questions. Here is the one part of the answer that I can give you without any reservations. As long as you are using all XTi or iTech amps you do not need an external cross-over. All of the digital processing is built into the amp. You can use channel 1 for lows if you want and channel 2 for mids. I use XTi amps and they work great. As for the size of amp that all depends on the speakers that you pick for your pa and if you are going to bi-amp the pa or tri-amp the pa. Once you have decided on your speakers it will be easy to put together an XTi system that will meet your power requirements. I have a couple of XTi 4000 amps and they work and sound great. I am using an Itech on one set of subs and an XTi 4000 on the other set and then an XTi 4000 on the mids with an XTi 1000 on my horns. The great thing about these amps is they are light and draw very little current compared to what was available 5 years ago. And they all sound excellent. I am willing to help guide you on your equipment choices if you would like. I don't sell any equipment so my opinion is simply that an opinion. After doing this for the last 15 years I do have favorites and JBL happens to be one of them depending on the series. If you would like my help send me a private message and I will do what I can. bill 5686[/snapback] Yes, please help me buy the best combination. 5689[/snapback] Yes i would love your help, please tell me what i need.
  5. Hi, Life with the XTi amps is pretty good and I will try to answer your questions. Here is the one part of the answer that I can give you without any reservations. As long as you are using all XTi or iTech amps you do not need an external cross-over. All of the digital processing is built into the amp. You can use channel 1 for lows if you want and channel 2 for mids. I use XTi amps and they work great. As for the size of amp that all depends on the speakers that you pick for your pa and if you are going to bi-amp the pa or tri-amp the pa. Once you have decided on your speakers it will be easy to put together an XTi system that will meet your power requirements. I have a couple of XTi 4000 amps and they work and sound great. I am using an Itech on one set of subs and an XTi 4000 on the other set and then an XTi 4000 on the mids with an XTi 1000 on my horns. The great thing about these amps is they are light and draw very little current compared to what was available 5 years ago. And they all sound excellent. I am willing to help guide you on your equipment choices if you would like. I don't sell any equipment so my opinion is simply that an opinion. After doing this for the last 15 years I do have favorites and JBL happens to be one of them depending on the series. If you would like my help send me a private message and I will do what I can. bill 5686[/snapback] Yes, please help me buy the best combination.
  6. Can any one please tell me, do i need an additional rack-mount crossover with xti4000 in order to properly separate bass from mid's and treble or can I use the build in one, does it work good? i'm trying to purchase a complete PA system( speakers, amp, EQ, Voice effect, Compressor, power conditioner) that will work good for a crowd of about 100 to300 people, is the xti4000 to much for this crowd, do I need 2 of them, can I get away with 2 - xti2000. Looking to have 2 subs and two mid/highs speakers that will really pond all night with live music, is JBL a good combination choice with Crown XTI Amp or is there a better speaker, if so haw much wattage speaker do I need for the xti4000 so I’m not overpowered, and how much for the Xti2000? Do I need to use one amp only for the 2 subs and another amp for the other 2 mid/high speakers or can I get away with just one Crown amp. Any sugestions?