Carey

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  1. Carey, I have used the XTI 4000 with these subs and they work great. You will get plenty of punch. One thing that you will want to do if you go with this combination and if you have a computer is to zero the amp. What I mean is get the input and output level to match. If not you may feel like the subs and amp are not working together. Good luck. bill 6020[/snapback] Thanks Bill That's good to know. I have a mac at home is it compatible as a computer for interfacing the XTi? 6021[/snapback] Carey, I am sorry to say that unless you are running one of the new power book pros or power macs with the intel chips and boot camp that as far as I know you will not be able to use the Mac. I also have a Mac, but I keep an IBM Laptop just for running the XTIs and ITechs. bill 6030[/snapback] Thanks Bill , I thought that might be the case. Carey
  2. Carey, I have used the XTI 4000 with these subs and they work great. You will get plenty of punch. One thing that you will want to do if you go with this combination and if you have a computer is to zero the amp. What I mean is get the input and output level to match. If not you may feel like the subs and amp are not working together. Good luck. bill 6020[/snapback] Thanks Bill That's good to know. I have a mac at home is it compatable as a computer for interfacing the XTi?
  3. Hi, I'm looking for a recommendation for powering my subs they are (2) JBL SR4718X 4 Ohm 600W continuous pink noise. ( Is it implied that program = 1200W & Peak = 2400 ?) My uppers are (2) JBL Eon 15 G2 (300W LF - 90W HF) What power level do the subs need to fill out the low end to match? We are a 3 piece rock band playing small - med clubs (no keyboards yet). So I assume the subs will mainly just fill in the kick & some bass. I have been looking into the XTi 4000. Is that best suited? Carey