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pdxrealtor - I don't mean to threadjack, but hopefully you find this info useful too, or at least get the benefit of a thread bump:)

I'll check out your thread and see if I have any insight to share and what I might learn on the matter.
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Is there any CEA info on the JTR Cap 1000?

A Cap 1000 is four ohms. A Crown XLS 2500 is 2400 watts bridged into a 4 ohm load.

If I remember right from my car audio days I could leverage the most power per for the money using the following wiring method. --- I would wire a pair of Cap 1000s in series to get an 8 ohm load. Bridging that at the amp would drop it back down to a 4 ohm load.

Does that sound right?

The other option would be wire it in stereo for 725 / channel.

Or go with the QSC for 1k / channel, but it's a bit more money and still less power than a Crown 2500 bridged in 4 ohm mode.

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Is there any CEA info on the JTR Cap 1000?

A Cap 1000 is four ohms. A Crown XLS 2500 is 2400 watts bridged into a 4 ohm load.

If I remember right from my car audio days I could leverage the most power per for the money using the following wiring method. --- I would wire a pair of Cap 1000s in series to get an 8 ohm load. Bridging that at the amp would drop it back down to a 4 ohm load.

Does that sound right?

The other option would be wire it in stereo for 725 / channel.

Or go with the QSC for 1k / channel, but it's a bit more money and still less power than a Crown 2500 bridged in 4 ohm mode.

Why not just go with two passive Cap's and buy two Crown XLS 1500's? The XLS 1500's put out 1500watts @ 4ohms bridged and would save you some extra cash. Dual Caps would have some pretty crazy out with 1500w.

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^ I was actually half tempted to buy thos used caps in for sale section for 1k and power them with a crown. The only thing that made me leary was that they are the old style with 12" driver and 18" radiator.
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^ I was actually half tempted to buy thos used caps in for sale section for 1k and power them with a crown. The only thing that made me leary was that they are the old style with 12" driver and 18" radiator.

I believe the inside of the enclosures can be modified to accept the new drivers, and Jeff would sell you two new drivers. That would be badass.

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Why not just go with two passive Cap's and buy two Crown XLS 1500's? The XLS 1500's put out 1500watts @ 4ohms bridged and would save you some extra cash. Dual Caps would have some pretty crazy out with 1500w.

That was the plan passive x2, and the basis for my question one post above yours.

I'll ask again. How does bridging affect the ohm load.

If I start with a 4 ohm load and bridge it on the amp wouldn't that then make it a 2 ohm load?

RE: the XLS 1500. Why buy two when I could buy an XLS 2500 that puts out 2400 watts in 4 ohm bridged? Sure it's a bit less amps but it would still surpass the woofers ratings by 200 watts. And it's cheaper than two XLS 1500s.

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That was the plan passive x2, and the basis for my question one post above yours.

I'll ask again. How does bridging affect the ohm load.

If I start with a 4 ohm load and bridge it on the amp wouldn't that then make it a 2 ohm load?

RE: the XLS 1500. Why buy two when I could buy an XLS 2500 that puts out 2400 watts in 4 ohm bridged? Sure it's a bit less amps but it would still surpass the woofers ratings by 200 watts. And it's cheaper than two XLS 1500s.

Once you bridge a XLS 2500 it becomes a single channel amp. You're only going to be able to power one Cap with it then.

If you're trying to save money just go with two XLS 1000's for $520 from parts-express shipped. They would put out 1100watts @ 4ohms bridged.

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Since you can theoretically afford two at the same time if buying from the same dealer with your budget and since they sound amazing and have high WAF being that they are ~13 cube, sunfire 12 true subs ( or hrs 12) are options for you. Just throwing it out there.
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Once you bridge a XLS 2500 it becomes a single channel amp. You're only going to be able to power one Cap with it then.

If you're trying to save money just go with two XLS 1000's for $520 from parts-express shipped. They would put out 1100watts @ 4ohms bridged.

Huh? Why couldn't I wire 2 subs together?

That was my reason for asking what the ohm load does when connected to an amp in bridge mode. In car audio amps when you bridge a speaker it drops the ohm load in half. So if you have a 4 ohm speaker and bridge it the load becomes 2 ohms and the amp must be 2 ohm stable.

The JTR 1000s are 4 ohms. I can wire two subs together in series to an 8 ohm speaker load IF connecting to the amp drops the ohm load again. See what I am saying?

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Since you can theoretically afford two at the same time if buying from the same dealer with your budget and since they sound amazing and have high WAF being that they are ~13 cube, sunfire 12 true subs ( or hrs 12) are options for you. Just throwing it out there.

I will look at the sunfire you suggest. Thanks for that. I didn't need the next two days of time anyways.! tongue.gif

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Yes you can bridge 2 4ohm caps off of 1 xls amp. They are 2ohm stable...

the sunfire subs will not give you the output your looking for.
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Bass- when you bridge a 4 ohm load (regardless of amount of speakers) what does the amp see?

In any amp I've ever bridged (car audio only) the speaker load is cut in half from simply using the amp in bridged mode. So an 8 ohm load would be a 4 ohm load, a 4 ohm load a 2 ohm load, etc......

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Two 4 ohm speakers (cap 1000s) would have either a 2 ohm load (two caps wired in parallel) or an 8 ohm load (two wired in series). There's no way to get a 4 ohm load when wiring two 4 ohm speakers together as one.

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Two 4 ohm speakers (cap 1000s) would have either a 2 ohm load (two caps wired in parallel) or an 8 ohm load (two wired in series). There's no way to get a 4 ohm load when wiring two 4 ohm speakers together as one.

you have been reading too much...take a break smile.gif. I posted the same thing you did agreeing with you. Again, 2 4ohm caps can be bridged on a crown xls because they are 2ohm stable.
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http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?partnumber=245-506 <--- link to Crown XLS 2500


Load impedance: Stereo 2 to 8 ohms per channel; Bridge mono 4 to 8 ohms per channel • <--- quote from specs

And I'm guessing when you bridge 2 ohms on the home theater amps the load stays 2 ohms?

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Huh? Why couldn't I wire 2 subs together?

That was my reason for asking what the ohm load does when connected to an amp in bridge mode. In car audio amps when you bridge a speaker it drops the ohm load in half. So if you have a 4 ohm speaker and bridge it the load becomes 2 ohms and the amp must be 2 ohm stable.

The JTR 1000s are 4 ohms. I can wire two subs together in series to an 8 ohm speaker load IF connecting to the amp drops the ohm load again. See what I am saying?

I get what you're saying now, yep you can do that if you wanted to save money and just go with one amp.

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I get what you're saying now, yep you can do that if you wanted to save money and just go with one amp.

Heck even if I had the money to burn why not just go with one amp in bridged mode?

Well, wait..... if I remember right bridged mode does produce distortion, but how much?

Also, I'm still trying to remember if simply connecting and ohm load to an amplifier in bridged mode splits the ohm the load. Anyone??

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From here on out this is simply conversation. wink.gif

I just went with 2 XV30f from PSA.

I will eat some of my words from my other subwoofer post about PSA not being established etc. However after reading for 3 days and exchanging emails with Tom V I'm convinced this is the best choice.

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Distortion is the only thing I'm concerned about. It seems compared to the other options that the distortion might be a bit high in the lower and upper frequencies.

I also want to point out that I talked with Jeff at JTR, RE: the cap 1000s. He was helpful and accommodating but in the end that setup was just over what I wanted to spend.

Really, I'm starting new here so this isn't an upgrade or anything. I have a budget of 10k total with a 2-k buffer. I could have afforded dual cap 1000s or dual SVS pb ultras (at the discounted price) but I just couldn't find a reason to spend money here and not in other places..... like room acoustic treatments, theater chairs, etc. And as I grow older I find that trying to get more for less can sometime be fun. wink.gif

I never really felt good about Rythmik. I can't put my finger on it so I won't try to pretend like I can. Full disclosure I have no facts, just a feeling.

So my audio is delivered via JBL Pro 3677 L/C/R , JBL Pro 8320 side and rear surround, PSA XV30f x2 for subs.

Feeling pretty good about that setup. .......

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From here on out this is simply conversation. wink.gif

I just went with 2 XV30f from PSA.

I will eat some of my words from my other subwoofer post about PSA not being established etc. However after reading for 3 days and exchanging emails with Tom V I'm convinced this is the best choice.

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Distortion is the only thing I'm concerned about. It seems compared to the other options that the distortion might be a bit high in the lower and upper frequencies.

I also want to point out that I talked with Jeff at JTR, RE: the cap 1000s. He was helpful and accommodating but in the end that setup was just over what I wanted to spend.

Really, I'm starting new here so this isn't an upgrade or anything. I have a budget of 10k total with a 2-k buffer. I could have afforded dual cap 1000s or dual SVS pb ultras (at the discounted price) but I just couldn't find a reason to spend money here and not in other places..... like room acoustic treatments, theater chairs, etc. And as I grow older I find that trying to get more for less can sometime be fun. wink.gif

I never really felt good about Rythmik. I can't put my finger on it so I won't try to pretend like I can. Full disclosure I have no facts, just a feeling.

So my audio is delivered via JBL Pro 3677 L/C/R , JBL Pro 8320 side and rear surround, PSA XV30f x2 for subs.

Feeling pretty good about that setup. .......

Really you can't go wrong with PSA subs, they offer great value/performance and Tom provides over the top CS.

Congrats on your purchase, looks like you're going to have a really nice system.

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Thanks. I'm pretty excited.

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Thanks. I'm pretty excited.

I guess you're going to have to change your profile picture now aren't you! wink.gif

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From here on out this is simply conversation. wink.gif

I just went with 2 XV30f from PSA.

I will eat some of my words from my other subwoofer post about PSA not being established etc. However after reading for 3 days and exchanging emails with Tom V I'm convinced this is the best choice.

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Distortion is the only thing I'm concerned about. It seems compared to the other options that the distortion might be a bit high in the lower and upper frequencies.

I also want to point out that I talked with Jeff at JTR, RE: the cap 1000s. He was helpful and accommodating but in the end that setup was just over what I wanted to spend.

Really, I'm starting new here so this isn't an upgrade or anything. I have a budget of 10k total with a 2-k buffer. I could have afforded dual cap 1000s or dual SVS pb ultras (at the discounted price) but I just couldn't find a reason to spend money here and not in other places..... like room acoustic treatments, theater chairs, etc. And as I grow older I find that trying to get more for less can sometime be fun. wink.gif

I never really felt good about Rythmik. I can't put my finger on it so I won't try to pretend like I can. Full disclosure I have no facts, just a feeling.

So my audio is delivered via JBL Pro 3677 L/C/R , JBL Pro 8320 side and rear surround, PSA XV30f x2 for subs.

Feeling pretty good about that setup. .......

Congrats! You will be happy and the distortion figures you mention will not be audible.
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Yep- looks like it.

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Congrats! You will be happy and the distortion figures you mention will not be audible.

Thanks.

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