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Crown Delta Omega imput

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Hey,,. Looking to finding out how to hook up properly this amp with the high level imputs. Any special way or device i need to run this amp correctly ?? Right now i have a just the subwoofer output of a home receiver for power going to it. I find its probaly not enough voltage for the amp to run at its best.. If anyone would wanna buy this amp off of me let me know. I know there might be some vintage guys here that would love this monster amp.

Charles

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Hey,,. Looking to finding out how to hook up properly this amp with the high level imputs. Any special way or device i need to run this amp correctly ?? Right now i have a just the subwoofer output of a home receiver for power going to it. I find its probaly not enough voltage for the amp to run at its best.. If anyone would wanna buy this amp off of me let me know. I know there might be some vintage guys here that would love this monster amp.

Charles

Dear Charles,

I think the best usage you can do with this amp is operate it yourself, although it does have some value as a vintage amp, you will have to add a bit of $$$ to get another unit that has similar functionality. If you still want to sell the beast, eBay is always a good option.

To adjust the voltage levels, you need a small format yet high quality mixer, the good ones start at $80 such as the Mackie 402-VLZ3, very small and will do exactly what you need, get you the voltage level you need plus convert these unbalanced RCAs to balanced XLRs. Connect it all and be happy :)

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Hey,,. Looking to finding out how to hook up properly this amp with the high level imputs. Any special way or device i need to run this amp correctly ?? Right now i have a just the subwoofer output of a home receiver for power going to it. I find its probaly not enough voltage for the amp to run at its best.. If anyone would wanna buy this amp off of me let me know. I know there might be some vintage guys here that would love this monster amp.

Charles

Dear Charles,

I think the best usage you can do with this amp is operate it yourself, although it does have some value as a vintage amp, you will have to add a bit of $$$ to get another unit that has similar functionality. If you still want to sell the beast, eBay is always a good option.

To adjust the voltage levels, you need a small format yet high quality mixer, the good ones start at $80 such as the Mackie 402-VLZ3, very small and will do exactly what you need, get you the voltage level you need plus convert these unbalanced RCAs to balanced XLRs. Connect it all and be happy :)

Ya it doesnt have good imputs. It has 3 screws on the back for imputs. But i will try a mixer. I may put it on ebay aswell. I dont know what its worth really

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This amp is indeed a beast but its a high quality beast. You only have three screws cause it's a mono amp and the three connections are for a single balanced input, for subs you don't need more than that. With a few minutes of your time, you can install the more modern Neutrik XLR Chassis Mount connector instead of these three screws.

I don't know how to evaluate this amp either :(

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