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jacobsetti 8th May 2012 06:18 AM

Good amplifier
 
what is the suitable amplifier in this solid state forum for the JBL speakers

JBL :: Product

AndrewT 8th May 2012 10:16 AM

A good and reliable PA amplifier.

jacobsetti 8th May 2012 01:49 PM

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Originally Posted by AndrewT (Post 3016081)
A good and reliable PA amplifier.

where it is in this forum?

Regards
Jacob

Tekko 8th May 2012 01:52 PM

A good and reliable PA amplifier is something you buy.

You have Crown, QSC, Behringer and others.

jacobsetti 8th May 2012 02:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Tekko (Post 3016245)
A good and reliable PA amplifier is something you buy.

You have Crown, QSC, Behringer and others.

Did you mean that there is no good and reliable amplifier to diy in this diyaudio forum

Tekko 8th May 2012 02:28 PM

Is the intended use a real on stage PA rig or a casual home stereo system ?

If the latter, any diy amp will do just fine, but for a on stage PA rig, buying a professional amp is the way to go.

jacobsetti 8th May 2012 02:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Tekko (Post 3016274)
Is the intended use a real on stage PA rig or a casual home stereo system ?

If the latter, any diy amp will do just fine, but for a on stage PA rig, buying a professional amp is the way to go.

Just for inside the church

therefore could you please suggest me a good amp to diy

Tekko 8th May 2012 02:46 PM

A permanent install such as in a church is no place for a diy amplifier, if the amp fails and burns down the building, the insurance company will do nothing because the amp was diy, instead you could end up in jail.

Instead look for a PA amp made by a well known company with good reputation such as QSC, Crown or Behringer.

jacobsetti 8th May 2012 02:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tekko (Post 3016298)
A permanent install such as in a church is no place for a diy amplifier, if the amp fails and burns down the building, the insurance company will do nothing because the amp was diy, instead you could end up in jail.

Instead look for a PA amp made by a well known company with good reputation such as QSC, Crown or Behringer.

My church is not thatched roof to burn

jacco vermeulen 8th May 2012 02:53 PM

Ask yourself how much it would cost you to build a PA amp, and how much it would cost to buy.
(aka don't spend a thousand dollars on an amp for a 500 buck loudspeaker)


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