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Dayton Audio PMA250 250W PA Module with Mixer
do you sell a verson of the Dayton Audio PMA250 250W PA Module suitable for use in the United Kingdom, 230v A/C 50hz?
The PMA250 has switchable input voltage so this will work fine on 220 as long as you flip the red switch.
Date published: 2015-09-09
hi, would these work with 4 ohm woofers (580-40 hz) and xlr inputs???
Yes these will work with a 4 ohm load and require XLR inputs.
Date published: 2015-08-03
What class is the amp???
This amplifier is class AB.
Date published: 2015-07-10
I m building a pair of 3 way speaker box. each one has 2 tweeter 2 woofer and 2 mid range. I want it powered so i dont have to connect external amps. is this good for the job? if I want both speaker tower powered does it mean I need 1 plate amp one each?
As long as the overall impedance of the two combined woofers is 4 ohms or higher this amplifier will work fine. I would recommend using one amp per cabinet if they are 4 ohms each. If they are 8 ohm cabinets you can use one amp to power both.
Date published: 2015-07-06
Will this run two of the ButtKicker Gamer 2 transducers and can I adjust each one individually?
As long as the transducers are wired in series this will power them, but they cannot be adjusted separately.
Date published: 2015-07-01
Can this be used to make an active/powered subwoofer? I would use "subwoofer plate amplifier" but none of them seem to have XLR inputs, and this does. This would be for a full sized PA subwoofer, not a home theater subwoofer.
Yes this will work as long as you have an appropriate crossover.
Date published: 2015-06-26