Hey all! I read this topic in full last fall but have finally (after much research and flip flopping) decided that a pair of Crowson TT will definitely be my next addition. I have yet to read anyone that isn't extremely impressed with their Crowsons. I'll be running the pair of tranducers off an undetermined amplifier and could use some suggestions with what amp has been working best for everyone.
I have a miniDSP, so EQ on the amp is not necessary, and I don't need most of the features of the D-501. I've looked at most amps from Behringer, Crown, etc., but haven't had much luck finding any that aren't reported to be fairly noisy (even with fan mods) to have in a non-dedicated room, and I'll likely place the amp on an endtable shelf directly to the right of the MLP.
Among reasonably priced pro amps (<$600), Crown seems to be the winner for overall reliability and performance with Behringer Inuke (non DSP) being absurdly cheap per watt. I've read the Crown XLS series has a HPF at 20Hz, but I forget how steep, if so that's obviously not ideal.
I've even considered a quality Speaker Power plate amp, which would be silent and reasonably cheap; specifically, the 700 watt/4ohm for $399 would work great if I can safely wire the 8ohm Crowson in parallel for a 4ohm load.
Thanks again, any amp suggestions are greatly appreciated.
Speakers: PSA MTM-210T x2, MTM-210C, MT-110SR x2; Atmos-SVS Satellite x2, DIY Volt-10 x2
Subs: PSA V1801 x2, DIY: 18" RSS460HO, 15" RSS390HO x2, BOSS w/JBL CX1200 x6
MA’s: Crowson Tech x2
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