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Deromax

Member Since 25 Apr 2010
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In Topic: Crown XLS1500 and Funktion-One

06 March 2014 - 01:48 AM

From the manual you posted : "Out of operating band low frequency protection is incorporated."

This means the low frequencies (bass!) are filtred outright by design in this model.  This is a top box.  Subwoofer is not only suggested, but mandatory.  You won't get any useful bass from a 10 inches speaker at party-level from any box!

In Topic: XLS 1000/1500 for Buttkicker LFE?

29 January 2014 - 01:49 PM

If the Buttkicker needs a real subsonic filter, the XLS won't provide one.

In Topic: Keeping the Xti2000 vertically ? yay or nay?

17 December 2013 - 09:48 AM

I would say a large percentage of the heat go from the power devices to the heatsink by conduction.  I have seen designs where the heatsinks are below the power devices.  As long as the fans are working I'd say this is not much of a problem.  But I'm not a Crown engineer!  You should ask Crown.

In Topic: Crown MA-2400 amps vs Emotiva XPS-5

06 December 2013 - 11:47 AM

I'm not a fan of holding to some ideology.  If the specs are good, class D will be just as good as class AB or A.  In my home theater, I use a mix of class AB (old Brystons and a Crown CTs 600) and class D (Crown K2 on my subs).

The old class D bad reputation comes from 20 years ago when it was not perfected yet and mostly used for doubtful car amps.  Now, even entry-level Crown XLS is as hifi as one needs, imho.

In Topic: Crown MA-2400 amps vs Emotiva XPS-5

05 December 2013 - 10:07 PM

That's class D for you!  Efficiency goes from 45% to 85%+