What kind of amp You use? Please Vote

Chose your Amp

  • AmericAn Audio

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Peavey

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Crown

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Crest Audio

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Mackie

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • EV

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • ASHLY

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Samson

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Yamaha

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    487
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ProdigioTypeR

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Hey I just wonder what its everyone Favorite Amp and what is mostly use by DJs Please vote. So chose the kind of amp you use.

Thanks to All

Juan
 

Valerie Hicks

New Member
Well, not sure how to vote......

We have several systems, and in those systems we use primarily Crest (old stuff) and Carver (also old). So, add into your tally 16 Carver amps (PM600, PM900, PM1.5, PT2400) and 3 Crest amps (3501S, 5000). Those are the ones on the road in DJ systems.
 

ProdigioTypeR

New Member
The Problem is that It doesn't fit and it looks like can't edit the polls :mad:

Oh Well but keep voting guys...

Or Just Replay :)


Juan
 
Mobile system..QSC PLX 3402...MACKIE 1400....thinking of trying out the Behringers soon :lol:

Touring system...CREST CA series!!
 

SiliconDJ

New Member
I have switched over to QSC PLX. I have found the light weight and power I get from these are well worth the cost.

Robert
 

DJGK

New Member
Since the poll only allows for one response, I selected QSC since I use a pair of PLX3002's as my primary power. I also have a Mackie 1400i that I use for backup or in a second system.
 

NickyB

Gear and Equipment Moderator
In my band playing days, we used Peavey CS-800's, then bought Crown DC-300A's; that was from 1969 until 1987. Once I started DJ'ing (1987), I had various model QSC's starting with the old Series1 1400/1700, USA-900/1310, and then onto the PLX's 1(2402), 1(3002), 3(3402's). I still own the PLX's but I've switched to Mackie 450/1500's, then EV SXa-250/180's and now have EV SXa-360/750's.

NickyB
 

polarsounds

In Self-Imposed Exile
I use a QSC PLX-3402, an Ashley MFA-8000, and a Carver PM-1.5. The QSC and Ashley get regular use, while the Carver is a backup that I take gigging once a year to make sure it's still doing its thing. (The Carver is from the 1980s and has never stopped doing its thing.)
 

Brandon Fisher

Active Member
Depends on the application. I switched to the PLX 3002's for the weight when we moved the K2's to an install. So mobile applications the QSC PLX or PL line and install the Crown K Series or Macro Tech sereis.
 

sowndman

Active Member
I am suprized no one said soundcraftsmen. I use my PM860's regularly. They are great for powering a 12-horn or 150 horn cab.
 

ProdigioTypeR

New Member
The interesting thing is that... I had used a SoundCraftmen amp it was the most powerfulll i think it was 5000 it weighted a ton it was Class H amp, Very Efficient on delivering raw power. But no fans i didn' like that Idea the heat sink were on the back where the out put stage transistors were mounted. It couldn't handel 2 ohm load or Monobrige at 4ohm load it got so hot that you can fry an egg on those heat sink. Things improve now a days.



Juan
 

djrhyme

New Member
Yorkville A4.4 x 2
Yorkville Audiopro 3400
Peavey CS-1200
Peavey CS-800

I use the A4.4 all the time and the others are just back up or for multiple bookings.
 

DJjimmyTjr

New Member
i already voted but..

2 x QSC USA 900
2 x QSC USA 850
1 x Crown CE-2000

EDIT: i noticed the subject says "use" and not "own" so i'll just say, that i have used the QSC PLX series, Crown MT, and K series, a hand full of Peavey amps, a Yamaha amp, Crest amps, and a few more.
 
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