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cbecker33 9th January 2005 04:37 PM

mackie for sub amp
 
I'm looking at using a mackie 1400i to drive a sub. I love the value/performance of mackie, and I especially like the built in eq. I was wondering if its susonic filter would be a problem (I can't find any literature on where it cuts off) and if it would drive a 6 ohm load fine.

Thanks for your help!
Chris

HeatMiser 9th January 2005 06:13 PM

Right on that page you linked, it states that the low cut (subsonic) filter has an adjustable frequency, and also gives ratings for down to 4 ohms in mono, 2 ohms in stereo.

cbecker33 9th January 2005 07:18 PM

;)

I know about the power rating, I just want to double check, I don't want to make any foolish purchases.


So the variable low-cut filter is the subsonic filter??? I thought for some reason they would have a unadjustable cutoff....show's you how much I know.


Chris

cbecker33 10th January 2005 04:27 AM

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Well I hope the mackie will power this beast ok. Maybe I should get the 2600 instead :)


_chris


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