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MA 9000i REAL WATTS

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GALLININ    0

HI EVERYBODY ......... THIS IS THE THING : TWO JBL SRX 725 : TWO JBL SRX 728S : TWO CROWN XTi 6000 : DBX 260 . DJ PLAYING RECORDED ELECTRONIC HOUSE MUSIC . I M RUNNING THE AMPS IN STEREO , SO EACH CHANNEL FOR ONE BOX . THE TOPS SOUNDS PRETTY WELL , BUT THE SUBS DONT . I WOULD LIKE SOMEBODY TO TELL ME IF THERE WILL BE A BIG DIFERENCE POWERING THE SUBS WITH THE MA 9000i . THE SUBS DONT HAVE THE PRESSURE IN THE CHEST . OTHER THING IS , THE REAL WATTS ON THE MA 9000i IS 3000@ 4 OHM ? 3500@ 4 OHM EACH CHANNEL ? DO THE MA 9000i IS GOING TO MAKE A BIG DIFERENCE ?

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GALLININ    0
The MAi9k is 3500W @ 4 ohm, which will provide a noticeable improvement over the XTi6k in running the power-hungry 728s.

THANKS A LOT KEVIN , I LL BUY THE MA9000i AND LET YOU KNOW .

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GALLININ    0
The MAi9k is 3500W @ 4 ohm, which will provide a noticeable improvement over the XTi6k in running the power-hungry 728s.

HI KEVIN ......... NOW THE MA9000i IS RUNNING THE TWO JBL SRX728S AND , " WOOOOOOW " , WHAT A DIFERENCE WITH THE XTi6000 . THE QUESTION NOW IS , A FRIEND OF MINE HAVE A

USED CROWN MA12000i FOR SALE . IS THIS AMP O.K. TO RUN THE TWO SRX728S ONE PER CHANEL ? ALSO , IS THE MA9000i O.K. TO RUN THE TWO SRX725 ONE PER CHANEL ?

THANK YOU .

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GALLININ    0
I would say yes in both cases, but either set the limiter or don't run the amps into heavy clipping.

THANKS KEVIN.......... IN THE FUTURE IM PLANING TO BUY TWO MORE SRX725 AND TWO SRX728S . ARE THESE AMPS O.K. WORKING AT 2OHM LOADS ? ARE THESE AMPS SUFICIENT IN WATTS

FOR ALL THE SPEAKERS WORKING PARALLEL TWO PER CHANNEL ?

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Kevin Heber    0

I wouldn't advise using 2 ohm loads. The MAi amps will handle it, but they lose power because the voltage rails are so high (200V) that they have to current-limit on anything less than 4 ohms.

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