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09-26-11 10:11 AM
Zeitgeist
Re: anybody heard of this company?

I'll be curious to see how it does. Sounds sweet.

I believe that SpeakerPower is coming out with a 4kW unit too. Not sure if it's OEM only or not.
09-26-11 09:51 AM
penngray
Re: anybody heard of this company?

I have the PWR-DSP1 from miniDSP.

http://www.minidsp.com/onlinestore/d...-dsp1?sef=hcfp

I will be finding out if it does 4000Watt peaks

I only use pro amps because of their cheap raw power. We can get 4000W/ch clone LapGruppen amps out of China for about $900. We can buy Marathon 5050 (4000W bridged) for around $750 shipped. The famous Berhinger EP4000 are < $400 for 2000Watts.

This PWR-DSP was $1K but it has the full MiniDSP functionality in it which makes it a $750 4000Watt peak amp to me (if it measures well enough). Not much different then the Marathon 5050.

Outside of the Watts/$$$ everything else is better for me, its 10lbs, its not an ugly brute, its silent and it does not take up rack space.

Im just waiting on power cables (Speakon types) and I will have testing vs my EP4000 and Crest 4400.
09-19-11 11:17 PM
adio
Re: anybody heard of this company?

heres one.................. different companies have plate amps built into the enclosures. how do they get these plate amps?? can one us individuaks call bash, o-audio or some other company and order a 500 - 900 watt plate amp with features that we want?
09-15-11 07:37 AM
Zeitgeist
Re: anybody heard of this company?

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i'm guessing no one here has mentioned them much due to the price..........
They're GOOD, but you get what you pay for.

But yeah, good plate amps are expensive. Digmoda has similar products and they're not cheap either.
09-15-11 02:58 AM
adio
Re: anybody heard of this company?

i'm guessing no one here has mentioned them much due to the price..........
09-09-11 10:36 AM
mojave
Re: anybody heard of this company?

Danley and JTR Speakers also use their products.
09-08-11 07:55 AM
Zeitgeist
Re: anybody heard of this company?

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So r their ratings accurate or close to it on the amps?
I think their ratings are relatively accurate based on what I've seen Mark say about them before.
09-07-11 10:45 PM
adio
Re: anybody heard of this company?

So r their ratings accurate or close to it on the amps?
09-07-11 10:19 AM
gorb
Re: anybody heard of this company?

I'm pretty sure Mark Seaton uses modified/custom amps from that company, so they're legit.

edit: beaten to the punch by Zeitgeist
09-07-11 10:18 AM
Zeitgeist
Re: anybody heard of this company?

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http://www.speakerpower.net/ <----- plate amplifiers
I'm familiar with them. Pretty well known in the OEM world, I believe. I believe that Seaton Sound (among many others) uses their plate amps.

The fact that they have a direct sales line is a new development though. That's a good thing.
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