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Thor Zeller, Tramore, Co.Waterford.
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Powersoft Digam M-50 Q
Digital Class-D high power amp, 4x 1250 Watt/4 Ohms, 4x 750 Watt/8 Ohms, switch mode powersupply,
all limiters and safety modes, bridge and parallel application possible, XLR in/out, Speakon out, Damping factor >5000, weight 7,4 Kg, 19" x 1 U.
The Nova DXP Series
The DXP Series amplifiers from NOVA were developed to meet the highest professional demands. When deep, tight bass and clear stereo field with no compromise on quality is required, the DXP 2300 and DXP 3600 are the first choice to deliver up to 4,900W at 4 ohms. Initially designed for use with larger touring systems, such as the Atlas and NOVA.rray Series, it is also useful for system applications, where high-power output levels over long periods are required.
Featuring a new generation of switch mode power supply with PFC (Power Factor Correction) and large bi-polar output-transistors, the units guarantee maximum reliability, combined with minimum weight. Safety circuits protect the amplifiers against permanent short-circuit and overload. The DXP models include also temperature-control functions and DC clip-limiters. The operating mode is switchable between stereo, parallel mono and bridge mode. The sensitivity is selectable at 0.775 / 1 / 1.4 V
Nova DXP 2300 [2 x 1,200W RMS @ 4 Ohms] - €1,150
Nova DXP 3600 [2 x 1,800W RMS @ 4 Ohms] - €1,600
Thor Zeller :
I thought i share some general experience with different Power amp Brands.
This is not a complete guide and some models may stray from the general brand quality.
T.amp : the low price loud & sloppy, just not pleasant to listen. I did not take a free one.
I have 2 old pro line t 2000 and they did sounds good but is very poor put together inside blew 2times 1 estimated 380 euro repair.
They are retired now.
Behringer : ( i dont know the inuke. ) The others a bid better then the t.amp a bid to vague and scratchy in sound. Small headroom so they blow speaker easy.
Studio master : To small headroom and close to the behringer Sound
LD : I installed recently a 2 x 200w rms Amp
and delivers very good & tight bass. ( could be a cheap bass head )
Ashley : Deep high mids fast but lacking sub.
Mackie : Fast and well sounding but lacking pressure.
Peavey : Tight but a bid raw and small headroom at the limit.
Yamaha : Just not really there in sound detail and bang.
Dynacord : I just dont get it. I owned 2 late 80's amps and they did rock, but the newer are nice to listen but are so slow it sounds like a delay and they are very sloppy in the Sub sound.
Solton : Big balls and detail for small money.
QSC : The plx & RMX are a good detailed workhorse for high / mid but the sub is very sloppy even with plenty power for the Speaker.
Nova : The X Series amps sound like the QSC rmx but are tight in the lowend ( 600 instead of 300 Damping factor )
Crest : Tight sub and tough, but scratch my neck if used for mid & tops.
Crown : Tight stuff alright The big ones are 1 of the best amps for Sub with high damping factor but should not be used for the tops . The K2 was also in high / mid a proper High Fidelity amp.
The Nova DXP amps esp.the 3600 are class all around. ( 1000 damping factor )
Good Headroom on 2,4,8,ohm very nice for a light SMPS amp
Martin Audio : A bid overpriced but very high quality altogether.
Powersoft : Not quite Labgruppen sound, I would regard them very high in the Evolution of poweramps.
Lab gruppen : They can make even a behringer Speaker sound good.
They are lots more but i thought this could help a bid.