* Imagine if you do a low AC line test, the scores are much less.
* Crown said it's class AB+B, [not class H].
* There was suspicion of it having a tracking power supply
due to some comments made by others but unverified
and then looking deeper into this, it didn't appear so.
* Chuck's test reveal it must be a simple class AB+B
with a simple SMPS, and the heatsink design won't support
high power if it's a straight class AB+B when doing sine
There were many little clues that lead me to believe something was fishy.
According to this, the XTI isn't recommended for cinema,
yet the lowby XLS's are
Lets face the facts, Crown has been going downhill after
Harmon snatched them up.
Acquired by Harman International in March of 2000, Crown has continued to move forward, producing numerous innovative designs .........
I-Tech series is nice.
Macro-Tech I-series is a stupid marketing name for an I-Tech 'lite'.
XLS and Xs is not a Crown design.
Crown said XTI is based off the cheap CE1000/2000 design,
a known turkey in the proaudio world. [CE4000 = different animal].
Clues.. clues... clues...