Behringer EP4000 EUROPOWER Power Amp

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Powerful, road-tough unit for medium and larger gigs.

The rackmount EP4000 EUROPOWER power amp from Behringer delivers up to 2 x 2,000W at 2 ohms, 2 x 1400W at 4 ohms, and 4,000W at 4 ohms in bridge mode. Its Precise Power, Signal, and Clip LEDs let you monitor performance, and its XLR and 1/4" TRS jacks allow for compatibility with any source. Selectable low-frequency filters let you remove distracting infra-sound frequencies, and its independent DC and thermal overload protection on each channel automatically protects your amp and speakers without stopping the show. The Behringer EUROPOWER's professional speaker connectors and "touch-proof" binding posts support most speaker wiring systems.

  • 2 x 2,000 Watts into 2 ohms; 2 x 1400 Watts into 4 ohms; 4,000 Watts into 4 ohms (bridge mode)
  • Precise Power, Signal and Clip LEDs to monitor performance
  • XLR and 1/4" TRS input connectors for compatibility with any source
  • Professional speaker connectors and "touch-proof" binding posts support most speaker wiring systems
  • Selectable low-frequency filters (30Hz or 50Hz) remove distracting infra-sound frequencies
  • Independent limiters per channel offer reliable protection against overload and distortion
  • High-current toroidal transformer for ultra-high transient response and absolute reliability
  • Ultrareliable Toshiba/Fairchild power transistors
  • Independent DC and thermal overload protection on each channel automatically protects amplifier and speakers without shutting down the show
  • Back-to-front ventilation system including air filter for reliable operation
  • "Built-like-a-tank," impact-resistant, all-steel 2U rackmount chassis
  • High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life

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EP4000 EUROPOWER Power Amp Specifications:

  • Output Power
    20Hz“20kHz @ 0.1% THD, both channels driven:
    8Î per channel-550W
    4Î per channel-950W
    2Î per channel-1250W

    RMS @ 1% THD (sine wave), bridged mode:

    Peak Power, both channels driven:
    8Î per channel-750W
    4Î per channel-1400W
    2Î per channel-2000W

    Peak Power, bridged mode:

    Distortion: <0.02%

    Frequency Response:
    At 10dB below rated output Power-20Hz“20kHz,
    At -3dB points-5Hz“50kHz

    Damping Factor: >300 at 8Î
    Noise: -100dB unweighted, 20Hz“20kHz
    Voltage Gain: 40X (32dB)
    Input sensitivity: 1.15V (+3.4dBu) VRMS at 8Î
    Input impedance: 10kOhm unbalanced, 20kOhm balanced

    Front: Power switch,gain control (channels 1 and 2)
    Rear: DIP switches (10x)

    Power: Green LED
    Clip: Red LED, 1 per channel
    Signal: Yellow LED, 1 per channel

    Inputs: Balanced XLR and 1/4" TRS connectors
    Outputs: Touch-proof binding posts and professional speaker connectors

    Cooling: Continuously variable-speed fan, back-to-front airflow
    Amplifier Protection: Full short-circuit, open circuit, thermal, and HF protection
    Load Protection: Turn on/off muting, AC coupling
    Output Circuit Type: Class H complementary linear output

    Mains Voltage/Breaker:
    100-120V, 50/60Hz, 15 amps
    220-230V, 50/60Hz, 8 amps
    Power Consumption: 2600W
    Mains connector: Standard IEC receptacle

    Dimensions: 19"W x 3-1/2"H x 15-4/5"D
    Weight: 37lb.
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Quit giving Behringer gear crap!


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Comments about Behringer EP4000 EUROPOWER Power Amp:

I bought one of these to compliment my already year-old EP2500 on a new two-way setup I bought (all from Music123), and so far I can tell you it's worth the money! I have this running parallel stereo to a set of Yamaha SW118's with no problems at all. I don'tk now if it's the fact that I have a 2ch compressor on the mains thatk eeps it down, but the system cranks loud and doesn't clip whatsoever, while still providing plenty of power. People give Behringer so much crap...the way I see it, if you use something how it's meant to be used, it will work fine. Exactly what I'm doing here. instead of Mackie mixer's being built like a tank (which they are, I own one lol) Behringer's amps are built like a tank. I hightly recommend any of the EP-series amps, as long as someone doesn't put them out to die on their own.

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