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Eric Hassler

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Re: What amp are you using to power your LABhorn?
« Reply #30 on: September 24, 2009, 06:54:40 pm »

Silas Pradetto wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 16:37

Dave Yorke wrote on Wed, 23 September 2009 09:53

FFA 8.0 - 2 labs per channel. sounds bloody amazing...  lightweight and clear. we own 8 subs in all but i need another amp.

so far no problems with the subs, due to limiting.


Prepare for Mac's wrath...


I understand it's an old thread, but isn't this information still useful?  What's worse, starting a new thread to talk about the same info, or bumping an old thread to add some info?  I guess it's a matter of opinion. Smile
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Silas Pradetto

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Re: What amp are you using to power your LABhorn?
« Reply #31 on: September 24, 2009, 10:29:45 pm »

Eric Hassler wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 18:54

Silas Pradetto wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 16:37

Dave Yorke wrote on Wed, 23 September 2009 09:53

FFA 8.0 - 2 labs per channel. sounds bloody amazing...  lightweight and clear. we own 8 subs in all but i need another amp.

so far no problems with the subs, due to limiting.


Prepare for Mac's wrath...


I understand it's an old thread, but isn't this information still useful?  What's worse, starting a new thread to talk about the same info, or bumping an old thread to add some info?  I guess it's a matter of opinion. Smile


It'd be far more useful if I knew what an FFA 8.0 was...

(google isn't helping this time)
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Eric Hassler

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Re: What amp are you using to power your LABhorn?
« Reply #32 on: September 24, 2009, 11:45:55 pm »

Silas Pradetto wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 21:29

Eric Hassler wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 18:54

Silas Pradetto wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 16:37

Dave Yorke wrote on Wed, 23 September 2009 09:53

FFA 8.0 - 2 labs per channel. sounds bloody amazing...  lightweight and clear. we own 8 subs in all but i need another amp.

so far no problems with the subs, due to limiting.


Prepare for Mac's wrath...


I understand it's an old thread, but isn't this information still useful?  What's worse, starting a new thread to talk about the same info, or bumping an old thread to add some info?  I guess it's a matter of opinion. Smile


It'd be far more useful if I knew what an FFA 8.0 was...

(google isn't helping this time)



I did a bit of searching and found this:
http://www.noisecontrolaudio.com/products_ffa5000.html
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Silas Pradetto

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Re: What amp are you using to power your LABhorn?
« Reply #33 on: September 25, 2009, 12:13:01 am »

Eric Hassler wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 23:45

Silas Pradetto wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 21:29

Eric Hassler wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 18:54

Silas Pradetto wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 16:37

Dave Yorke wrote on Wed, 23 September 2009 09:53

FFA 8.0 - 2 labs per channel. sounds bloody amazing...  lightweight and clear. we own 8 subs in all but i need another amp.

so far no problems with the subs, due to limiting.


Prepare for Mac's wrath...


I understand it's an old thread, but isn't this information still useful?  What's worse, starting a new thread to talk about the same info, or bumping an old thread to add some info?  I guess it's a matter of opinion. Smile


It'd be far more useful if I knew what an FFA 8.0 was...

(google isn't helping this time)



I did a bit of searching and found this:
http://www.noisecontrolaudio.com/products_ffa5000.html


Well I'm glad I wasn't missing anything...
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Re: What amp are you using to power your LABhorn?
« Reply #34 on: September 25, 2009, 05:57:21 am »

Silas, link here to Full FAt Audio's (FFA) website. The amps are gaining quite a reputation in the UK.
http://www.fullfataudio.com/

Regards,
Trevor
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Eric Hassler

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Re: What amp are you using to power your LABhorn?
« Reply #35 on: September 25, 2009, 10:33:20 pm »

Silas Pradetto wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 23:13

Eric Hassler wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 23:45

Silas Pradetto wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 21:29

Eric Hassler wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 18:54

Silas Pradetto wrote on Thu, 24 September 2009 16:37

Dave Yorke wrote on Wed, 23 September 2009 09:53

FFA 8.0 - 2 labs per channel. sounds bloody amazing...  lightweight and clear. we own 8 subs in all but i need another amp.

so far no problems with the subs, due to limiting.


Prepare for Mac's wrath...


I understand it's an old thread, but isn't this information still useful?  What's worse, starting a new thread to talk about the same info, or bumping an old thread to add some info?  I guess it's a matter of opinion. Smile


It'd be far more useful if I knew what an FFA 8.0 was...

(google isn't helping this time)



I did a bit of searching and found this:
http://www.noisecontrolaudio.com/products_ffa5000.html


Well I'm glad I wasn't missing anything...


Embarassed My mistake. I found the link on another forum discussing the FFA 8.0 and thought it was the same amp.  That's what I get for posting when I'm exhausted!
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Dave Yorke

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Re: What amp are you using to power your LABhorn? FFA/NCA
« Reply #36 on: October 02, 2009, 06:54:22 am »

The Noise Control amps are FFAs with a grey NCA face plate as opposed to the pink/purple one... I believe all amps are now distributed through Steve at NCA.  

We have an 8 - 4K per channel and a 6 - 3K per channel.

There is a psu per channel and they are comfortable being ragged at 2 Ohms. The 3600 has one psu.

sorry, should have mentioned before.
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