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Jamrak 23rd April 2008 09:56 AM

amp for scooper
 
good day to all i'm just new here at this forum and i just like to ask a question or any idea. What amp should be good to use for a 18" super scooper? help help pls... thanks

AndrewT 23rd April 2008 10:05 AM

What duty? to suit PA, Disco, home, Partying?
What power?
What speaker impedance?

Jamrak 24th April 2008 10:30 AM

scooper
 
its just for patying use and its a 18" inch diameter at 8 ohms and i don't know about the impedance,and i just want simple,affordable yet powerful amp thanks man,i would just ask a favor for the amp details so i could start thanks and more pwer to diy'ers

AndrewT 24th April 2008 11:29 AM

We now know it's for home use and partying and it's 8ohm.
Give us some more clues.
10W or 100W or 1000W?

jaycee 24th April 2008 11:48 PM

Honestly, a power amp for PA use (lots of watts) you would spend more building one than you would just to buy one. The heatsink, transformer and case alone would cost a lot, and then a whole lot more for good (real) output transistors.

danielwritesbac 25th April 2008 01:56 AM

Perhaps a Class-D subwoofer amplifier for the woofers, as part of an "active" system?

Here's a short list of some sub amps:
http://www.partsexpress.com/webpage....ctGroup_ID=505

On this type of amplifier, the power is given as if you have a 4 ohm load, so they will produce roughly half as much on an 8 ohm load. Its not a defect--that's just advertisement stuff.

Also, check out products for "Prosound," "PA," and "DJ," in your local market. Those are the products that produce the nightclub sound.


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