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This all needs to be kept in perspective. Nobody listens to sine waves as the amp was tested with, lots of people are using the EP2500 in 4 ohm bridged configuration and are shaking the walls of their HT's and loving every minute of it. I've yet to hear anyone say they blew a fuse. We're talking about an amp that can be had for $270.
 

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This all needs to be kept in perspective. Nobody listens to sine waves as the amp was tested with, lots of people are using the EP2500 in 4 ohm bridged configuration and are shaking the walls of their HT's and loving every minute of it. I've yet to hear anyone say they blew a fuse. We're talking about an amp that can be had for $270.
Indeed! I have two of them and I've never had any problems with them (I even bought them used ;)). Just changed the fan to a quiet one, that's all.
 

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thanks so much guys...well...amp...ep 2500..yep...subs...dual Q's dual 1..yep..and box....hmmnn..still gnna play with how much room i have..lol..u have no idea how much i appeciate hts...ssa home theatre forum seems to wear me out with useless childplay chit chat..thanks again
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Deffinately go with the d1's if you dont want to buy 2 amps. I'm running 2 D2 Q18's on an EP2500 and 1 amp is not enough.
 

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Im getting 2 dual 1 ohm FI Q18s and runing them in series to run from a behringer Europower 4000 bridged. How do you run 2 D1 subs in to 2 4000 amps. Can you run ! D1 sub from 1 amp.

cheers graham
 
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