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Pyle PTA1000 1000W Power Amplifier
Is this amp 2 Ohm stable? Can I use this to power Dayton Audio 8" Reference Series HO (300-7090) sub-woofer/cabinet package? I see no RCA jacks, is there some kind of adapter I can use with this?
Unfortunately this amplifier is not 2 ohm stable. You will have to use something like a Rolls ProMatch in order to use the inputs properly. You may want to consider the Behringer A500 instead with already has RCA inputs.http://www.parts-express.com/rolls-mb15b-promatch-balanced-unbalanced-converter-35mm-rca-xlr--245-1062
Date published: 2014-08-01
In the bridge mode is the amp running @ 4 ohms or 8 ohms? Is max power then obtained? On this amp it's rated @ 1000 watts I'm sure that would be peak. So true RMS power at 8 ohms bridged would be what??? Maybe 500 RMS???
This amp is only rated to 8 ohms in bridged mode. Assuming Pyle is rating the output at peak, than 500 RMS would be a safe bet at 8 ohms bridged.
Date published: 2014-04-23
in bridged mode does it have 2 outputs or one? i need it to have a single output like my other pyle 100 amp
Yes,any 2 channel amplifier becomes mono,or single output, when bridged.Very simply it takes a mono signal,applies it to one channel,flips the phase and applies it to the other channel.Now the hot for channel 1 is the + side and the hot for the other channel is now 180 out of phase and becomes - side,the ground goes away.This is why you don't use the usual + and - ,or depending on the brand, the red and black terminals.When bridged you use the two + or as above red terminals.Depending on the brand channel 1 is the hot side.Do not bridge an amp unless it says it can be, not all designs can be bridged, also do not use the - or black terminal as this could damage the amp.
Date published: 2014-01-27