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    Precision Power Pro Art 100

    This is an old amp, and I need the info on it. The power and ohm ratings. PLEASE.





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    Re: Precision Power Pro Art 100

    25w x 2 @ 4 ohm
    100w x 1 @ 4 ohm




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    Re: Precision Power Pro Art 100

    Isn't it .5 or .25 ohm stable? I remember it something like that?





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    Re: Precision Power Pro Art 100

    Not the Art's. I think you are thinking of the old school Orion HCCAs of the same era.




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    Re: Precision Power Pro Art 100

    They are mono amps.





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    Re: Precision Power Pro Art 100

    What are mono amps?

    PPI didn't ever make a mono amp until DEI bought them out. The Art series were made way before that. The Art series were 2 or 4 channel bridgeable amps that were stable into 2 ohms in stereo and 4 ohms mono. They made the PROMOS series as well which were their high current "cheater" amps that were stable (rated anyways, I've seen them run lower) @ 1 ohm stereo and 2 ohm mono. None of these amps had any frills or BS features. They were simple gain blocks and they made their rated power and then some. As long as you didn't abuse them grossly, they were extremely solid amps. They are still good amps and fetch a tidy sum on eBay even though they are 10+ years old.



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    Re: Precision Power Pro Art 100

    First let me say Sorry for saying it was a mono amp. I know better than that. I was thinking High Current and, well, Sorry.



    Anyway, I think it is 100x2 @ 4 ohm stereo----200x2 @ 2 ohm stereo----400x2 @ 1 ohm stereo----400 @ 4 ohm mono----800 @ 2 ohm mono.

    Again, it says Pro Art 100, not the 100.2

    Let me show you what I have here.....

    Top is the Pro Art 100
    Next is the 1200.2
    Then a 600.2
    Last is a 300.2
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Precision Power Pro Art 100-ppi.jpg  





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