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Pyle PT3300 3000 Watt Power Amplifier
I own this amp I need to know2 what size banana jacks work with it.
This amplifier will accept standard sized banana plugs.
Date published: 2014-09-15
How do you wire up the amp for max power to one sub , also for a pair of them .and for three subs max power.
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Date published: 2014-08-25
Can I use this amp to power a pair of Infinity Reference 1260W or 1262W in separate 1.5 ft3 sealed enclosures and use them as home theater sub-woofers?
Yes this amplifier will work fine for an application like that.
Date published: 2014-07-28
is this pt3300 a true separate power amp to be used with a separate preamp processor
This is more of an integrated amplifier with different source inputs, although it could be used as a standalone amplifier with a preamp.
Date published: 2014-02-07
What size speaker wire does this amplifier need for four 600watt 8ohm speakers settings 15 feet away from amp
You will not need anything bigger than 14 gauge for that setup.
Date published: 2014-01-22
I have a 600w rms subwoofer I want to power, wired for a 2 ohm load, will I be able to fully power it on one channel?
One of the answers on here has confused me a bit it was by 'hifiralph' talking about how this was a switching amp? Will this amp give me 100% of its power on one channel? I'm thinking it won't. If not is there a way to hook my sub up to get more juice. Also I have an odd sub that i might use in place of the 600w one, it would present a 1.54ohm load. I know that this amp is rated for 2ohm and you wouldn't recommend hooking it up to this amp but my question is would this amp go into protect or would it allow it? Any recommendations on other amps that are close in price that would fully power my 600w sub at 2ohm would be very welcome!
A 1.54 ohm load will likely cause this amplifier to heat up quite a bit and shut off. Is your subwoofer single or dual voice coil?
Date published: 2013-01-23