CH/CL vs CE for a subwoofer amp ?

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#1 Ghost_Dog

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Posted 22 January 2006 - 10:15 AM

CH/CL vs CE  for a subwoofer amp ?

How do these amps differ?  Which one might handle a low impedence load better?  

How loud are the fans?

Does either have a rumble filter on board?

lastly , and forgive me for not being very knowledgable on this but do
these have the parallel mono type bridge mode?..which I hear is
really much better than the traditional bridge mono oporations.

BTW I noticed the CE-1000 and CL1 have suspiciously similar specs.  dry.gif


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Posted 23 January 2006 - 10:54 AM

The CE and CH/CL are basically the same amplifiers. The CH/CL are marketed toward the commercial install market. The CH has some modes to mods to make it be able to drive a 70-volt line per channel.

Neither series has a rumble filter.

The fan can be a little noisy when on full speed but are a proportional speed fan. that is to say that if the amplifier only need a little cooling the fan is only on a little if it needs more cooling the fan will ramp up accordingly.