Hi everyone. I have a Crown K2 amplifier for sale. It has been used the last year to run drum fills, never pushed hard. It's been ran at about 25-35% gain. Convection cooled too, no fan, so it's perfectly quiet. Good for subwoofers, etc, in a home theater. Here are the specs: K Series amplifiers deliver more power and sound while using less energy than conventional amplifiers. And it's all in a durable, maintenance-free package that's just two rack spaces high. Using patented BCA® circuitry, K Series amplifiers give you massive amounts of power while generating just one-tenth the heat of conventional amplifiers. In fact, the powerful K2 amplifier can deliver an amazing 1,250 watts per channel into 2 ohms (and that's a very solid 2 ohms)! Because of their incredible efficiency, K Series amplifiers require no internal cooling fan and feature a closed chassis. Of course, no fan means no fan noise. In addition, the closed chassis makes these amplifiers virtually immune to environmental problems such as dust, cigarette smoke, stage fog and spilled liquids. In practical, everyday terms, the K Series amplifiers are essentially maintenance-free. Your investment is backed by an unequaled three-year, no fault, full warranty that covers everything. Specifications for K2: * Power output: 500 watts into 8 ohms, 800 watts into 4 ohms, 1,250 watts into 2 ohms (per channel, stereo mode); 1,600 watts into 8 ohms, 2,500 watts into 4 ohms (bridge-mono mode) * Input connections: Balanced 1/4" phone jack and balanced XLR for each channel * Output connections: A pair of color-coded binding posts for each channel * Dimensions: 19" W x 3.5" H x 16" D * Net weight: 38 lbs. Condition is probably 7/10 according to the audiogon scale. Points were taken off due to scratches and wear on the case. I can send photos to show the exact wear i'm talking about. It is in excellent working condition, and should last anyone indefinitely. It's built like a tank. Paid $1300 for it about 16 months ago, would like to get $800 obo... PM or post if interested. Thanks!