*shrug* I still think this is a mistake. These amps are great for subs, but there are tradeoffs. No point buying one of these for mains in a non commercial environment imo.
I've got a mixer and a crossover thus far, still need to find a used 2x31 EQ, assorted cables, speaker elements, handles, paint, vents, sandpaper, etc. By the time I actually buy a sanway amp I think I have bought an amp at a great deal for horns so I can have LF and MF pair on FP10k and horns on something else. But if I haven't found a great deal on horn amp by the time I buy one then I'll just have horns on the FP10k for a while. Could buy it all right now if I wanted to buy everything at whatever the prices happens to be now, but if I wait for deals I can save many hours of labor worth of money. Which is as good as making more money.
Alright thanks, you guys cleared my ideas out pretty well.
About the powersoft amps: if I had the money I wouldn't have bought a Sanway amp, but then I wouldn't have learned the stuff you people are kind of teaching me. I prefer tricky stuff when learning comes into play.
I will test the amp and let you guys know if it blows up.