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[newbie] Speakers for 450+450W amplifier
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Old 20th January 2004, 01:21 PM   #1
Kowalski is offline Kowalski  Italy
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Default [newbie] Speakers for 450+450W amplifier

recently I bought a professional MOSFET power amplifier from RCF. Here are the specs:

MFA 900 450 + 450 W - Stereo - For rack

Nominal power:
450 + 450 W RMS (1KHz / 4 ohm)
900 W RMS (1KHz / 8 ohm on bridge)

Frequency response (1dB):
10-25000 Hz

May you tell me where I have to look for inexpensive projects (no more than 6-700 for woofers & horns) of full range 2 way speakers for such amplifiers?
I was looking for some Mackie pro speakers:
but I need something cheaper!

Thanx in advance!

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Old 20th January 2004, 10:29 PM   #2
Bull is offline Bull  United Kingdom
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You want cheaper get the JBL SoundFactor SF15 2 way pa speaker speaker,1 inch titanium comp plus 15 inch.
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