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#1 Lone Wolf

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Posted 01 January 2006 - 12:29 PM

I am using a four way amping rig. Would the CE 1000 model be the right amp
to use with a 16 Ohms 160 watts compression driver?

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Posted 03 January 2006 - 09:12 AM

160 watts what??? Continuous, Program or Peak? huh.gif
We do not have a published spec for 16-ohm power but it would be around 200 watts with a 16-ohm load.

If the drivers are 160w Continuous than you would be looking for an amp that could do about 320w in the power range of of 256-400 watts/16 -ohms. So the amp would be a little small.
If the drivers are 160 watts Program than the amp should be alright.
If the drivers are 160 watts Peak than the amp is a little large.
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#3 Lone Wolf

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Posted 03 January 2006 - 07:09 PM

[quote=DGlass,Jan 3 2006, 02:12 PM]
160 watts what??? Continuous, Program or Peak? huh.gif
We do not have a published spec for 16-ohm power but it would be around 200 watts with a 16-ohm load.

If the drivers are 160w Continuous than you would be looking for an amp that could do about 320w in the power range of of 256-400 watts/16 -ohms. So the amp would be a little small.
If the drivers are 160 watts Program than the amp should be alright.
If the drivers are 160 watts Peak than the amp is a little large.
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The drivers are 160 watts programme.

Thank You,
Lone Wolf