New! Marathon DJ-2000 pro amp

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  1. DorianBryant

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    This is a new in the box amp. I opened it up and tried it out. 800 watts in mono it would make a great sub amp. I will include rca-1/4" adaptors. Dual fans, meters, etc. Black with rack handles. I paid $140 on flea-bay.

    Sell for $80 and shipping
     
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    aahhhh, so you sold the stryke sub? if only you were closer... I'm across the map, and shipping would kill this deal for me. Bump for a well priced sub amp!
     
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    No, I never sold the sub. Decided to use it but ran out of room and decided to use a plate amp. Thanks
     
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    Here are the specs. There is a used on on Flea-bay listed for $175 but that is more than I paid for a new one.

    DJ-2000 Operation:

    Input Gain (dB)
    These controls are used to adjust the input gain of each channel. They determine how loud each channel of the power amplifier will sound for a given input signal level.

    Power LEDS (Power)
    These indicators illuminate when the AC main power is being supplied to the amp and both channels are operational. If either channel experiences fault conditions, exceeds safe operating temperature limits, or if the mains circuit breaker trips, both channel power LEDs will be dark, indicating shutdown.

    Signal Activity (Signal)
    These indicators illuminate when the associated channel output signal level exceeds 1 V RMS.

    Overload LEDs (Clip)
    These indicators illuminate when the associated channel has been overloaded.

    Fault LEDs (Fault)
    These indicators illuminate when the amplifier just turned on or if the amplifier is detected some problem inside such as overheat or circuit problem so that can protect the amplifier.

    Power Switch
    This heavy-duty, rocker type switch turns on the mains power to the amplifier. When the mains power is applied there is a 3-second delay in activation of the unit.

    Level
    Channel 1 and Channel 2 level LED indicator

    Input
    Cannon and input jack connector provide balance or unblance input mode.

    Mode Switch
    This switch is used to select STEREO or BRIDGE mode operation.

    Binding Post Outputs
    Shockproof binding post are provided. For each channel the outputs are in parallel and the speaker connection cables can be terminated with banana plugs or stripped wires.

    Speakon Output
    The amplifier provide three 4 conductor Speakon connectors, one for each channel and one for bridge mode

    Power Select
    Switch to choose 110V-120V or 220V-240V power supply.

    Power Input
    This is the standard IEC power connector. An AC mains cord having the appropriate AC plug and rating for the intended operating voltage is included in the carton.

    Fan Grill
    Two 2 speed DC fans supplies cool air to the amplifier. Fan switches to high speed automatically when the unit requires additional cooling.

    General harmonic wave distortion: 0.1%, Frequency response: 20Hz - 20kHz, Rising Speed: 45v/us (BTL - MONO 90v/us), Input impedance: 20K Ohm S/N ratio: 95dB

    Specifications:
    8 Ohm power - 2 x 200 Watt
    4 Ohm power - 2 x 400 Watt
     

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