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Nathan Riddle

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Re: Powersoft T-series
« Reply #20 on: February 04, 2019, 09:12:25 pm »

Word on the street is that these are the same amps as the quatrocanalli and duecanalli amplifiers, with a few added control bits.  Odd those wouldn't be used in an install over the T series.

It's a good word, I was thinking the same thing. But their power specs are a little buffed compared to Quatrocanalli for 4ohm load. Could simply be new specs.

Now I'm considering going to the T series for an install.
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Re: Powersoft T-series
« Reply #21 on: February 05, 2019, 12:58:18 pm »

So I was just running the numbers.

T602 = $4k @6kw (need 2 minimum 2 mains 2 subs)
DNA20K4 = $8k @20kw (can power 2 mains & 4 subs)

So really the better bang for buck is the Danley/Linea amps still. But then you might be considering a the K series.

Guess I'm still saving for a DNA amp ;)
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Re: Powersoft T-series
« Reply #22 on: February 05, 2019, 01:17:25 pm »

Fair enough. The T-series is nice for small-to-medium sized systems. Might be worth asking a dealer about pricing for an X4 and/or an X8 - there's more grunt to be had there, and pricing might end up competitive with the Danley amp.

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Re: Powersoft T-series
« Reply #23 on: February 05, 2019, 03:12:49 pm »

But then you might be considering a the K series.
Yeah I think that's the point here. The T seems placed to be a happy in-between for people looking to downsize a rack of several heavy amps into a couple U but don't need a million watts of output. For what you're looking at the K and X series are more your speed, and probably priced similarly to the DNA amps.
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Re: Powersoft T-series
« Reply #24 on: February 23, 2019, 12:24:45 pm »

Just a quick note to say that today I used the T602 to demo a prototype 2x18" cab (4ohm). The client had an amp that we tried, and turned it off again shortly after - it was clipping almost immediately. Theirs was one of these: https://www.gear4music.com/PA-DJ-and-Lighting/ADJ-American-Audio-VLP2500-Power-Amplifier/1MVK
I don't think it was putting out anywhere near the 1KW rating.

Got the T602 out, bridged it, and gave the cabinet some pain.

Sounded great, even when the bass dropped and held as a sine tone for a while, the amp just got on with it, even when registering -6dB of headroom, which is the Powersoft way of saying we got 6dB into clip.

Here's one of the test tracks we used: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Po2746MdDY
Which is a lot of fun with something that's flat to below 40Hz.

So yes, I continue to be impressed. The client wanted a set of them, too.

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