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http://www.rane.com/pdf/old/ma6dat.pdf

How much power do you need really? If you rack your gear, why not just stack a pair of stereo amps. That gives you a zillion options. 4-channel is rather specialized. There are new low weight amps that won't break your back. The Peavey IPR1600 weighs only 7 pounds, so 14 pounds for two of them. It is rated down to 2 ohms, but at 4 ohms it is rated 500 watts, more than enough I'd bet. And Musicians Friend has them for $239.

Peavey IPR 1600 Power Amp | Musician's Friend

There are also single space rack mounted amps, and a pair of those would take up no more space than a single 4x amp.

I bought a t4-700 for same porpose from thomman and i'm very pleased with it. Light, cheap, good sounding, 4 vu's and 4 x 700w/4.

http://www.rane.com/pdf/old/ma6dat.pdf

How much power do you need really? If you rack your gear, why not just stack a pair of stereo amps. That gives you a zillion options. 4-channel is rather specialized. There are new low weight amps that won't break your back. The Peavey IPR1600 weighs only 7 pounds, so 14 pounds for two of them. It is rated down to 2 ohms, but at 4 ohms it is rated 500 watts, more than enough I'd bet. And Musicians Friend has them for $239.

Peavey IPR 1600 Power Amp | Musician's Friend

There are also single space rack mounted amps, and a pair of those would take up no more space than a single 4x amp.

http://www.rane.com/pdf/old/ma6dat.pdf

How much power do you need really? If you rack your gear, why not just stack a pair of stereo amps. That gives you a zillion options. 4-channel is rather specialized. There are new low weight amps that won't break your back. The Peavey IPR1600 weighs only 7 pounds, so 14 pounds for two of them. It is rated down to 2 ohms, but at 4 ohms it is rated 500 watts, more than enough I'd bet. And Musicians Friend has them for $239.

Peavey IPR 1600 Power Amp | Musician's Friend

There are also single space rack mounted amps, and a pair of those would take up no more space than a single 4x amp.

I think this is the amp that Audiocom suggested, I've used one of these for powering some Nexo PS8s as monitors and it never missed a beat.

im not against T.amp i have a MX-2400 i use for bass at smaller parties its just the Matrix is worth its weight in reliability many many many times over. and weighs in at around 8.5kgs.

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