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well after reading my Dayton HPSA1000-R 1000W amp does around 1/2 of rated power i really want to up my power. my buddy told me about a behringer ep2200? as for a budget id like it to be generally cheap. i want real world power too, im going to be posting my dayton up for sale so hopefully it will sell. i wont be buying anything yet till it sells so im just keeping my options open. right now i have around $300 hopefully the dayton amp sells and ups my budget to around 500.

it will be powering a tc 3000 neo in 4.3ft^[email protected] thanks in advance. im a noob to all this so bare with me
 

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Behringer EP2500 would be a good choice.
Do a msn live cashback search and get 5%-30% off from an online store that is a participant in the MSN Live C.B. and carries the amp. Less than $300 then. :)
 

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The EP2500 will put out a real 1700W into 4 ohm bridged. That's about as good as your going to get without stepping up to a bigger more expensive amp and also possibly upgrading your AC line.
 

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I have the EP2500 and I am soo glad I got it. It is the best for the money so take everyones advice and you will be happy.:yay:
 

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the ep2500 doesn't have a subsonic or highpass filter, right? what would one need in addition to the amp itself? i read that a ED eq.2 works and maybe a few other things. help?:)
 

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Just got the Behringer EP4000 and using it to drive two subs. As far as I've heard its RMS power is what they advertise it as. Peak power I think is exaggerated. I had to swap the fan out for a quieter one and it still runs just barely warm to the touch. I am using it with the balanced miniDSP and all is hooked up to my UMC-1's balanced sub out. I'm very pleased despite some problems with the miniDSP's software's meters not working which I expect they will fix.
 
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