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  1. Thanks David, I sent a message to BPrice and received a very quick reply. I now have the parts I needed. Great service, thanks very much. dwillie.
  2. Hi everyone. I have a Crown Micro-Tech 1200 that has worked very hard for me for many years. It sounds great, has lots of power and has never let me down. However, one of the rack ears has snapped off, probably due to the weight of the amp exerting pressure while it's being transported. Also, the dust screen will no longer stay snapped into place due to the "nubs" being broken off. I'd like to get these things fixed, or order the parts myself and make the repairs. Can someone help me with an address, email, or phone number to the Crown Parts Dept.? Any other suggestions would be appreciated, thank you. dwillie.
  3. Hi everyone. I just discovered this forum, and I'm anxious to learn as much as I can. This is my first post. I'm not a DJ, but I've been asked by some friends to provide the music for an upcoming class reunion because I've got some large Klipsch La Scala 3-way speakers and some old PA gear laying around. I'll most likely just run a disk player through a Tascam mixing board so I'll be able to add a microphone to make announcements. But here's my real question. For power, I have two choices at my disposal. An old dc300a, and two just as old dc150a's. The two speakers are rated at 8 ohms each. Am I better off running the dc300a in normal stereo ( I only have one dc300a), or should I run the two dc150a's in mono? In the second example I'd have one amp per speaker. Would you think I'd have enough power in these examples? Any help is appreciated, thanks. dwillie.