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Thread: Rather Large Stereo

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    Rather Large Stereo

    Not hunting related I know but thought I'd put it out there in case someone wants to get friendly with their local noise control

    Selling as I haven't used it for two years seeing as our neighbourhood is so quiet
    Apologies for sideways pics, dunno what is going on there

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    Total wattage 1200+ per side into 8 Ohms produces 2400 watts and that is proper RMS, not yer car amp 2 ohm Peak power output bullshit
    You can feel this stereo hitting you in the thighs

    How it is set up

    Signal in via RCA/3.5mm jack to preamp
    Preamp to EQ
    EQ to 1st active Crossover
    Xover splits High frequency off, sends to PSS SAP2600 power amp which sends it out to 2” Horns (top part of Peavey SP5x’s)
    Xover sends mid and low frequencies to second crossover which splits mids off to Yamaha XS350 power amp which sends it out to 15” speakers in Peavey cabinets
    Low frequency goes to Jands SR3000 which sends it out to 18” homemade cabinets with Eminence speakers

    Pots are a bit scratchy from lack of use, mainly on top power amp

    Plinius preamp

    McLelland GE15 EQ

    Peavey VSX Active Xover

    Phonic PCR2213 Active Xover

    Power Amp 1
    PSS SAP2600
    360 Watts per channel

    Power Amp 2
    Yamaha XS350
    230 per channel int 8 ohms

    Power Amp3
    Jands SR3000
    630 watts per channel into 8 Ohm load

    Peavey SP5x speakers (2 of)
    Bought new, removed the internal Xover (still have them and can be included with sale)
    8 ohm
    “max power 700W program”

    Homebuilt 18” Cabs with 8 Ohm Eminence Omega Pro 18A
    800W handling
    Folded horn design

    Cost me $5500 to set up
    Selling $3000

    Winner gets cables and rack

    If not sold will split up and go to the yellow site

    can be heard running, PM for more details
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    Turn it on and I'll open the window?
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    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    Youll never hear it @Maca49 youre too far away, me Im just up the road so if the winds in the right direction!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty Henry View Post
    Youll never hear it @Maca49 youre too far away, me Im just up the road so if the winds in the right direction!
    Being a deaf old bugger doesn’t help, I obviously had one similar in my younger days?
    Boom, cough,cough,cough



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