Peavey CS400 showed up today

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Trenton McNeil, Jan 23, 2001.

  1. Trenton McNeil

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    Works fine, no appreciable hum, low speed fan is hardly
    noticeable. Very much worth the 135$ I paid for it.
    Now to get that sub finished....
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  2. Tom Reed

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    I was thinking of getting this amp and using it with the sonosub I am building. What is the wattage? Also where did you get it for that price.
    Tom Reed
     
  3. Trenton McNeil

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    Why, ebay of course. Someone misspelled the brand name, and
    I got a good deal.
    200W/channel into 8 ohms, 400w/bridged mode into 4 ohms (i have to doublecheck those figures, but it sounds right)
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  4. Seungsoo Hwang

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    The CS800 is 400w @ 4ohms PER CHANNEL, not bridged.
     
  5. Trenton McNeil

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    Yes, I know, hence the 800 in the product name.
    Point?
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