The EP4000 offers around 1600w-2000w bridged mono @ 4ohms, yes the high pass filters are defeatable via the dip switches on the back.
Originally Posted by Mrkazador /t/1520256/ep4000-question#post_24422456
The MIC2200 is cheap and can used as a high pass filter. Plus it can boost voltage if your receiver is lacking.
Originally Posted by Bstloukal1 /t/1520256/ep4000-question#post_24427349
Back to the ep4000. I have been thinking about this some more and realized I have a velodyne SMS-1 unopened in a box in the basement. Since I have the sms-1 still in the box I did some much needed reading up on it. What I think is an upside is that I can eq up to 3 subs with the SMS-1 all be it they would be eq'd all the same which I am fine with. That being said I am going to use the SMS-1. My current option for an amp is the ep4000 but I am open to all suggestions and opinions for an amp were I can use the SMS-1 to set the HPF. I do not want to be limited to an amp were I can not defeat the HPF that is 20hz or above as that will not work for me. My set up has 2 subs Both subs enclosures are passive and being run by plate amps in there own enclosure. So I would eliminate the plate amps from the setup. I would like to go with 1 amp(preferably) to power both subs and be able to eq them and set the HPF through the SMS-1. Each enclosure is showing 4ohm from the subs. Both enclosures are passive radiator setups thus the need for the HPF. I am planning on setting the HPF to 15hz through the SMS-1 as that is as low as I can set it. Both enclosures can handle a little more than 1500w each at that frequency. So the question is can the amp handle running both enclosures. Or would I need 2 of them or maybe 2 of the ep2000's. Or should I look at a different amp altogether?? Thoughts....suggestions.