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charlestpt 11th June 2012 09:38 AM

Power Amplifier
 
can somebody suggest a power amplifier to run a pair of these boxes

Ahuja Sound Solutions

KatieandDad 11th June 2012 10:33 AM

PA speakers don't need anything exotic.

charlestpt 11th June 2012 10:40 AM

why do you think like that?

KatieandDad 11th June 2012 10:46 AM

If you wanted a decent sound you would buy decent speakers.

PA speakers are designed for a specific purpose, Hi-Fi isn't one of them.

Any half decent Class AB or Class D amp will suit even the best PA speakers.

Jay 11th June 2012 11:53 AM

For PA speakers you need an amp that can drive difficult load. People usually prefer a high power one, but it doesn't always guarantee a good drive. And power specs is often a lie.

Amplifier with good drive must have paralleled output transistors. Bipolar is better, but there are many cheap/fake bipolars that sound "hard".

If you are after DIY, here at DIYA you can search for "dirty harry" or "NBIP quasi amp" for example. Or find out about "DX amplifier".

AndrewT 11th June 2012 01:01 PM

the speaker is specified as 101dB/W @ 1m
and
127dB @ 1m max.

That implies 200W of input, plus an allowance for compression at high power.
3dB of compression is not unknown, so a 400W amp will allow the speaker to reach 127dB @ 1m.

Buy any 400W into 4ohms PA amplifier.

KatieandDad 11th June 2012 02:05 PM

As AndrewT has re-iterated. This is a PA speaker. Any Class AB/B/D/T amp will suit it.

charlestpt 11th June 2012 03:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AndrewT (Post 3055526)

Buy any 400W into 4ohms PA amplifier.

Why i have to buy an amplifier?
I want to diy a good decent amplifier from this forum please suggest me if you have one

KatieandDad 11th June 2012 03:45 PM

Any cheap 400W amp will do the job.

Cheaper to buy one than to build one for those speakers.

charlestpt 11th June 2012 03:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KatieandDad (Post 3055682)
Any cheap 400W amp will do the job.

Cheaper to buy one than to build one for those speakers.

Here in India amplifiers are not cheap to buy but cheap to diy


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