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I've been sitting on this amp for a while and was finally considering using it. I initially saw some places had it listed with specs for 4ohm bridge, and that is actually what I bought it for. I can't really find alot of info on it. I have since read someone say it is not capable, is why I ask. Just looking for some more input if anyone if more familiar with this amp. I am not finding a ton of info on this amp. Bought it to power a 15" TC-2000 S4. :dontknow:

I was toying with the idea of putting it all together in a Sonotube. Recently found a local supplier.
 

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Class H
Conventional 2 rack unit design
Unique cooling system provides long lasting performance
95% efficiency
Overheat, over-current, voltage and short circuit protection
Balanced XLR and TRS 1/4" inputs
Speakon NL4 and binding post outputs
Auto muting on power up and shut down
Clip limiters on output
Switch-able stereo, parallel mono and bridged modes

Power:

8 Ohms - Stereo / 450 W, Bridged / 1200 W
4 Ohms - Stereo / 700 W, Bridged / 1800 W
2 Ohms - Stereo / 1350 W

Specifications:

Inputs / imp: Balanced XLR & TRS 1/4" connectors. Nominal impedance of 20k Ohms
Outputs: Speakon NL4MP and binding post (wired in parallel)
Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 KHz (+0.3dB/-0.4dB)
THD + N: < 0.05 % 1KHz @ 1 watt
Signal to Noise Ratio: > 103 db
Damping factor: > 600 @ 50 Hz
Slew Rate: 30 V/ms
Input Sensitivity: .775 V
Power Input - 120 V @ 60 Hz: NEMA 5-15p connector
Height: 2 Rack Units (ru)
Width: 19"
Depth: 19"
Weight: 50 lbs.

I did a google search and found this. It appears it will be fine on bridged mode powering your 15.
 
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