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D class (D45)

By sw80, 16/11/2012
The D-45 is a 2 35 watt amp with 4 Ohms and another 2 25 watts at 8 ohms. You can purchase this amp now much cheaper than you could when it first came out which makes it a steal now and a must have. You can rack this amp up and it will only take up one rack space. It is very durable for the road in case you are a traveling musician. The D-45 has 2 channels and 2 XLR or TRS inputs but it has no DSP. That is the main difference between this model and the more expensive models from Crown (no DSP).
This Class AB+B amp will provide you will all of the power you need to get a great sound out of your set up in no time. There is no set up process involved and it is very easy to use. When I was using this for my system I made sure that I had some very good cables to go along with it to give my sound the best possible sound that I could give it for an affordable price. This amp only cost around 700 dollars now and was a little more when it first came out. Crown makes some of the best amps and when they came out with this one I was very skeptical at first with it not having DSP.
Crown drops this amp with a full coverage 3 year warranty in case something happens but I don’t think anything can happen to this amp because it is built like a tank. The 3 knobs that are on the front are very easy to turn and they are not the type that will break off it you put too much force on them. This amp could last you a long time. I have used many Crown amps and the D class amps they make are some of the best out.

Great for your PA system, no matter how big the PA system is! (XLS 1000)

By JimboSpins, 02/01/2013
The Crown 1000, is a 1000 watt amp that will deliver maximum power to your speaker chain or PA system. At first I thought this amp was a little over price because it cost over 300 bucks but after hearing how much louder it made our whole PA system I was very happy with it. It can be racked and it will take up two rack spaces. This amp is very easy to understand and use mainly because there is a smaller screen on the front of it that will show all of your options right on it and you can control that screen with the knobs that are right beside it. This amp is easy to use in low lighting situations to change your settings easily.
I have used other Crown amps in this same line (XLS) and to me this line is the best line of amps they have ever come out with because of the quality and build of each individual amp. It also has more features and is easier to use than other models from the past. All of the Crown XLS amps come with a 3 year warranty (hassle free), you can return and get a new one if anything happens to your purchase. This played a huge role in our decision to purchase this amp for our PA system. Just the thought of knowing that we have had or amp for 8 months now and though nothing is wrong with it, we still are covered for over 2 more years!
The Crown 1000 is lightweight and easy to use; it is not overpriced at all (though I thought it was as first). It will deliver great power to any PA system with 1100w at 4 ohms and 700w at 8ohms. It does have a built in fan on the front of the rack to keep good airflow and prevent overheating or damage to the unit.

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