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    dj rackmount amp?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/GEMSOUND-1200w-S...QQcmdZViewItem

    would i be able to use something like that to power a subwoofer(s) and hook up to a reciever? it seems like a really cheap way to get a decent amount of power for my subs, almost too good to be true....







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    Re: dj rackmount amp?

    as long as its the right ohms



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    Re: dj rackmount amp?

    right...so 4ohms no worries....ive just never heard of people using these for subs before....seems alot cheaper than getting a plate amp....only thing i can think of is that it might be a bit big and inconvenient




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    Re: dj rackmount amp?

    Gemsound = lose. It's just a knockoff of the Crown CE1000.




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    Re: dj rackmount amp?

    ahh....i see....well, i dont care if its a knockoff as long as it puts out its rated power....or is it just a pos like pyramid or pyle?




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    Re: dj rackmount amp?

    Look at the price and you tell me.




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    Re: dj rackmount amp?

    touche....




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    Re: dj rackmount amp?

    Many amps even high end amps may not meet rated power. That's not a bad thing,
    just look at what the amp can do and then judge it fairly. This amp is rated for
    600w @ 4 ohm bridged. I would estimate 300w @ 4 ohm bridged for subs
    under heavy stress. Is $100 worth it for a 300w sub amp? You decide.




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    Re: dj rackmount amp?

    save your money and get a real Crown (XLS or CE series) or a QSC (RMX series)




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