:sad:Well Steve. I know the TV is not matching with the rest of my system (do you really have to remind meaddle:....I hate you:sob.... :RVery nice work, I bet those things can give you a massage in that room! Please tell me the next planned upgrade is the tv though :R
Hi bnw!I also was wondering about that, and if you're going to be wired in series to get 4 ohms from the two 2 ohm drivers, wouldn't you use the mono bridged configuration? That would be plenty of power, no?
Hey Steve!Very nice work, I bet those things can give you a massage in that room! Please tell me the next planned upgrade is the tv though :R
The EP2500 has eight 12000 uF caps.I have received and connected my new 2 KW amp. The subs are now connected/wired 8 ohms briged.
I have disconnected the fans but did not like the amps heating. So I decided to reconnect these fans.
When I opened the amp top cover to disconnect the fans, I was chocked when I saw the huge power supply as well as 8 * 10000 uF * 80V capacitors... (I don't know if this is big in the pro amps world though....what about the EP-2500 for ex.?? any ideas...
You can try it for sure. If you feel that 2 ohm bridged sounds better than 8 ohm bridged, use it.- Running the amps 2 ohm briged, knowing that the amps will never be "a hair" hot when the 4 (variable speed) fans are running.
That would be same as 8 ohm bridged (power wise). But the output level isn't necessarily exactly the same even though both gains are maxed out. So therefore I would use bridged instead.- Having the subs configured as a single 4 ohms sub, then feeding this 4 ohm terminal with both amps in parallele. What is the possibility of such a configuration if of course the amps are both at exactly the same output level (max for ex) and fed with the same split signal from the receiver.
Well, I know these amps are very similar, while the EP-2500 has a bit more caps, the power supply of the T-amp is slightly larger. Thanks for the info!The EP2500 has eight 12000 uF caps.
I will try for sure...You know that I like playing with my toys:nerd:You can try it for sure. If you feel that 2 ohm bridged sounds better than 8 ohm bridged, use it.
I sure believe you but why?That would be same as 8 ohm bridged (power wise).
Why?:dumbcrazy:But the output level isn't necessarily exactly the same even though both gains are maxed out.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridged_amplifierI sure believe you but why?
Because they are analogue attenuators, not necessarily very accurate. When connected in bridge, it isn't a problem because only channel A gain is active.Why?:dumbcrazy:
Well, I changed my mind. I wanna enter the BIG PICTURE WORLD. I am now about to order a 102" Carada BW screen:raped: and the new Epson TW-2000...Just waiting for some more reviews of it.Hey Steve!
I decided to upgrade the display. I have been looking around and I found a 50" Viera Panny (Th-50PV70) middle-East10th generation model. It has a very good PQ, it is a 1366*768, but will accept 1080p (has a 1080P processing chip).
I am dreaming of having it at home, but I am afraid I will have to wait about 2-3 months...:sarcastic: