Does anyone make a three channel amp? Specifically for stereo tops and mono sub, with crossover and maybe some basic DSP capability? I do a handful of wedding DJ gigs a year, and something like this would cut the gear weight, as well as simplifying connections.
Lots of four channel amps out there, depends on your budget and how big an amp you need. Also depends on the impedance of your sub(s). You may be able to get a smaller four channel amp and bridge channels one and two for your sub(s).What is your setup typically and what is your budget for this project?Jason
More in the looking and thinking stage than a budget yet. I am trying to get an idea of whether it could be worth it to reduce weight and pulling amps out of a rack.The four channel is a possibility. I only do a few smaller receptions, and then I use a pair of Yamaha BR12M as tops and a PV118 sub. I run the tops off a Carvin 1500 and the sub with a XLS 202 bridged - usually these are doing monitor duty in my band rig. A 4 channel that I could bridge two channels, each rated 250 watts into 8 ohms would do nicely, if it had at least high-pass and low-pass on each channel. Better would be some EQ -- this is just basic music playback and a couple of announcement mics.If I had a bigger crowd, or needed to get louder then I would just bring the FOH band rig.
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