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  1. XTi-1000 (1000 watts @ 8 ohm BM)

    Hello MChapman, Currently waiting for the amplifier to arrive. Just wanted to make sure I have everything setup correctly in System Architect regarding the crossovers. Thanks again for your assistance. Regards.
  2. XTi-1000 (1000 watts @ 8 ohm BM)

    I plan on using this for recorded audio. Not at all used for live sound. I'd like to play it around 85-90 dB. I want to have the ability to turn it up though, to maybe around 100 dB, maybe higher. Would 275 watts be sufficient enough? Listening distance would probably be 10 to 14 feet. This would be used in a room. If this model is suitable for the above, I think I found a winner.
  3. Would the XTI 1000 be able to drive a SB210 safely? * 2 x 250 mm (10 in.) Aluminum/Ceramic Composite Cone Drivers * 42 Hz to 200 Hz frequency range (-10 dB) * 400 watts continuous pink noise power capacity (IEC-shaped pink noise for 100 hours) * 95 dB sensitivity (1W/1m) in half-space 8 ohms nominal impedance * IEC 529 IP-X5 rating. Exceeds MilSpec 810 for humidity, salt spray, temperature & UV * AV Shielded * SonicGuard™ Overload Protection * Dimensions (HxWxD): 355 mm x 590 mm x 570 mm (14 in x 23.3 in x 25.5 in) * Net Weight: 17.1 kg (38 lbs.) Someone mentioned this - Thanks. (Feel free to merge this with my older thread. I personally felt this was different then the last thread, but others may differ)
  4. JBL Control SB210

    Hi MChapman, I appreciate your assistance. I was looking at the Crown XLS 402 which provides 300 watts per channel. That's about 600 watts going into a 400 watt speaker. According to JBL, they suggest twice the rated RMS of the speaker in order to provide enough headroom. Because I'm not planning to really provide concert like sound, I'm wondering if 600 watts is enough power. That's about 75% of the rated headroom JBL suggests. Would that be safe to run? Thanks, and best regards.
  5. JBL Control SB210

    I've been around asking which amplifier I should use to power the SB210. I was looking at the EP2500, but there are some definite reliability issues. Any suggestions? I'm on a real tight budget. I only plan to run one on one amplifier in stereo. I would prefer to have a budget of $300, but I might be able to stretch to $400. Thanks.