i've been searching everywhere to no avail.
i have 90w rms x 2 in the front stage, 80w rms x 2 in the back, and my sub is 150w rms and i'd like to hit it all with one amp.
any ideas? best i found was 150w x 1, 85w x 4
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i've been searching everywhere to no avail.
i have 90w rms x 2 in the front stage, 80w rms x 2 in the back, and my sub is 150w rms and i'd like to hit it all with one amp.
any ideas? best i found was 150w x 1, 85w x 4
DLS Ultimate A7
RMS output per channel at 13,8 volts, 20 Hz - 20 kHz , < 0,1% distortion.
Mode : AB
Number of channels : 5
Nominal power in 4 ohm : 4 x 60 W
The stereo channels can be connected in bridge mode giving a power of 2 x 200 W RMS
Nominal power in 2 ohm : 4 x 100 W
Mono channel, nominal power in 4 ohm : 300 W
Mono channel, nominal power in 2 ohm : 440 W
Mono channel, nominal power in 1 ohm : 600 W
S / N ratio, A-weighted : > 100 dB
Damping factor : > 200
Input impedance : > 10 kohm
Input sensitivity, variable : 0,3 - 7 V
Filter ch. 1 & 2 : Highpass: 80 - 400 Hz / 1,6 - 8 kHz (x20)
Filter ch. 3 & 4 : Highpass: 80 - 400 Hz. Lowpass 0,3 - 4 kHz / 3 - 40 kHz (x10)
Filters mono sub channel : Lowpass: 50-125 Hz.
Terminal for external cooling fan : Yes
Phase control : 0-180 degrees continuously
Remote sub level control with phase shift : Yes
Dual DC-inputs : No
Current draw, idle : 1,1 A
Current draw, maximum : 120 A
Dimensions W x D x H : 605 x 240 x 73 mm (23,82 x 9,45 x 2,87 inch)
Weight
: 8,1 kg ( 17,86 lb)
that's 4 x 60w + 1 x 300w
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ok bear with me, i'm trying to understand the 2/4 ohm thing.
if the four speakers are wired parellel, i can get them at running at 2 ohms, meaning they will get 100w each with that amp..
but what is the difference between running them at 4 ohms vs. 2 ohms?
You will have to bridge the 4 channels to 2 channels and connect 2 of your speakers in parallel on each to get 100 watts to all 4 speakers. If you do this you will have to give up front to rear fading or left to right balance. I would keep left and right channels and do without fading if I were to use this type of setup. That way you keep left and right sterio channels. You will in effect have a three channel setup. One for left with two speakers in parallel one for right with two speakers in parallel and a sub channel that could be run at 4,2,or 1 ohms for 300,440 or 600 watts. You could do this with just about any 5 channel amp so that may open the field a little in terms of what is out there that you could use. Hope this helps.
xetec p4 evo
Memphis belle possibly
Thats a great amp too.