Being that this is the best amp review thread I have come across I am posting this here. Let me know If I should just start a new thread to ask my question if this deosn't belong here. Thanks!
I'm kinda a slacker some times, but searching this thread yielded zero hits and I have only read to post # 171 at this point. I am going to continue reading this entire thread because of all the usefull info presented here. So, thank you to everyone who has contributed useful information.
What I am looking for is information on a pair of amps I have, as to whether I should try and use them for sub duty (on 4 Dayton UM15's I just bought) or donate them, as they are in working condition, to a church or some other usefull home.
What I have is a pair of EV (Altec Lansing made) AP2600A amps.
The same as seen here http://www.ebay.com/itm/290581207425?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1438.l2649
I bought these to use as sub amps for a while and then use them for main channel amps when I buy more powerful sub amps. (My AVR has 7.2 pre out's)
I haven't found much useful info on these other than the owners manual and the rated info which is listed in the ebay auction.
Have these been tested anywhere or does anyone have any useful information about these amps? Info listed in ebay auction is displayed below for reference when the linked listing becomes invalid:
THE SPECS ON THE AMPLIFIER ARE:
3 Rack Spaces
Dual Mode 8 ohms 200 watts
Dual Mode 4 ohms 300 watts
Bridged Mode 80 ohms 600 watts
Depth 12.8 inches
3 rack spaces
43 pounds - shipping weight
OCTAL SOCKETS ON THE REAR PANELS ACCEPT PLUG IN MODULES FOR CROSSOVER, SIGNAL DELAY AND EQ (plug in are not included in this sale)
OUTPUTS: Terminal Strip
with level controls for each channel
with cooling fan's
MADE IN THE U.S.A.Edited by YourConfused - 5/12/13 at 10:11pm