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Crown X1000 Stereo 2x300W Power Amp  

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The X Series of power amplifiers from Crown represents a new era in affordable, quality power amplification. All four models in the series are powerful, rugged and reliable. They are suited for musicians, DJs, and entertainers as well as houses of worship, discos, and pubs. Features include RCA and XLR inputs, user selectable input sensitivity of 0.755V or 1.4V, Speakon and binding post outputs, stereo/parallel/bridge-mono mode, power/fault/signal presence/clip indicators, forced-air cooling; and protection against shorts, no-load, on/off thumps and radio-frequency interference. The Crown X1000 has an output of 300W per side at 4 ohms.

With more than six decades of experience designing and building rock-solid products, Crown is the standard in amplifier technology. Check out the affordable Crown X Series.

FEATURES
  • Stereo/parallel/bridge-mono mode
  • User selectable input sensitivity - 0.775V and 1.4V
  • Electronically balanced RCA & XLR inputs; binding post and Speakon outputs
  • Efficient forced-air cooling prevents excessive thermal buildup
  • Electronically balanced RCA & XLR inputs; binding post and Speakon outputs
  • Two level controls, power switch, power LED, and six LEDs which indicate signal presence, clip and fault for each channel
  • Protection against shorts, no-load, on/off thumps and radio-frequency interference

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X1000 Stereo 2x300W Power Amp Specifications:

  • Guaranteed Minimum Power: 300W (per channel) @ 4 ohms / 200W (per channel) @ 8 ohms / 600W bridge mono @ 8 ohms
  • Frequency Response (at 1 Watt): 20Hz - 20kHz, +0/-1dB
  • Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): < 0.5%, 20 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Intermodulation Distortion (IMD) 60Hz and 7kHz at 4:1, from full rated output
  • to “30 dB: 0.35%
  • Slew Rate: >10V/us
  • Voltage Gain: 29dB 31dB 33dB 36dB
  • Damping Factor (8 ), 10Hz - 400Hz > 200
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio: (below rated power,
  • 20 Hz to 20 kHz, A-weighted): > 100dB
  • Crosstalk (below rated power)
  • At 1 kHz: “75dB
  • At 20 kHz: “59dB
  • Input Sensitivity for full rated power at 8 ohms 0.775V or 1.4V
  • Input Impedance (nominal)
  • Balanced: 20 kOhms
  • Unbalanced: 10 kOhms
  • Connectors, Controls and Indicators
  • Input Connectors: One balanced XLR and one unbalanced RCA per channel
  • Output Connectors: (Speaker Connectors) 4-POLE Speakon and one pair Binding Post per channel
  • Front Panel Controls: Power on/off switch, one gain control per channel
  • Rear Panel Controls Output mode switch: stereo (dual), parallel or bridge
  • Input sensitivity switch: 0.775V or 1.4V
  • Power Indicator: One blue LED
  • Signal Indicator: One green LED per channel
  • Clip (peak) Indicator: One yellow LED per channel
  • Fault Indicator: One red LED per channel
  • Construction
  • Protection: Protection against short circuits, no-load, on/off muting,
  • RF interference. Stable into reactive or mismatched loads
  • Ventilation: Flow-through ventilation from front to back
  • Cooling: Internal heat sinks with forced air. Fan cooled,
  • speed regulated, thermal protection
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  • Powerful

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      Comments about Crown X1000 Stereo 2x300W Power Amp:

      Used this in a small church that was on a budget. It powered 2 Peavey PR10's in the sanctuary and 4 ceiling speakers in another room. Tons of headroom left over.

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