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  • eurékaeuréka

    Carver PM 1.5Published on 04/12/09 at 03:19
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    Do not say stupidity ...
    amp carver PM 1.5 is not an amp adcoupage his power is floor, it is a classic amp feed a diet that increases with the power demand.
  • MarcmanMarcman

    Carver PM 1.5Published on 12/19/05 at 15:13
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    Ten years of loyal service.
    He has an unusual fishing next to its weight. Very fast with a truly revolutionary power supply, (copied by yamaha in the present series) style to power supply rails storey symmetrical. Plus you pull the power supply, the higher the voltage increases initiation of successive power annexes. guts of 450W per channel into 8 ohms
    In this weight class he was unrivaled, there are more than 10 years. This is not a generator current, but a musical amp.
    Default: the fans progressive quiet (lol) and seizing up, make noise and blow the transformer (expensive) which give off smelly! But there are very simple and effective remedies.
    The best choice for the time and Cl…
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    Ten years of loyal service.
    He has an unusual fishing next to its weight. Very fast with a truly revolutionary power supply, (copied by yamaha in the present series) style to power supply rails storey symmetrical. Plus you pull the power supply, the higher the voltage increases initiation of successive power annexes. guts of 450W per channel into 8 ohms
    In this weight class he was unrivaled, there are more than 10 years. This is not a generator current, but a musical amp.
    Default: the fans progressive quiet (lol) and seizing up, make noise and blow the transformer (expensive) which give off smelly! But there are very simple and effective remedies.
    The best choice for the time and Clair Brothers did not stop private Hein Jojo?
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  • potspots

    Carver PM 1.5Published on 04/28/06 at 06:02
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    Hello, I bought the amp about 6 months ago used.
    The amp is extremely musical, I use it on b.corde GC7-152 (2x400WRMS).
    I test APRS purchase the amp up until 2x1000W (peak) into 8 ohms.
    It PSE, however, that 10 pounds but incredible power. I had a crest cpx-1500,
    300wrms given to it in silent 8ohms but did not really PCHE.
    I use the carving in discomobile, it runs about 8 hours continuously without loss and without overheating or setting security. Knowing the true power of these speakers before putting it back because PPRE in sending power.
    I put it to 3 / 4 of its power to 300 people, to my speakers being protected in the first place and there are plenty.
    I bought used for 45…
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    Hello, I bought the amp about 6 months ago used.
    The amp is extremely musical, I use it on b.corde GC7-152 (2x400WRMS).
    I test APRS purchase the amp up until 2x1000W (peak) into 8 ohms.
    It PSE, however, that 10 pounds but incredible power. I had a crest cpx-1500,
    300wrms given to it in silent 8ohms but did not really PCHE.
    I use the carving in discomobile, it runs about 8 hours continuously without loss and without overheating or setting security. Knowing the true power of these speakers before putting it back because PPRE in sending power.
    I put it to 3 / 4 of its power to 300 people, to my speakers being protected in the first place and there are plenty.
    I bought used for 450 euros, it may be expensive for the occasion. But it's an amp worth 12000f the era of my grand-mre (because the amp 10 years).
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  • Anonymous

    Carver PM 1.5Published on 08/09/06 at 04:19
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    2-channel amplifier
    2x 45Ow RMS / 8 Ohms 2 x 700w RMS / 4 Ohms
    S / N ratio 115 dB (Excellent !!!!!)
    Weight: 9.8 Kgs (Alim-mode)

    An amplifier of the highest quality.
    Extremely reliable.
    Best used on SUBS (it was designed for this, heads on to your own risk for cuts)

    Bridgeable internally.
    2 speed ventilation Direction: back - forward.

    An amp that really pummeled.
    I use it on SUBS 2x 38 cm PHL AUDIO and push really hard.

    The only downside if you break one, there is more room to rechenge !!!!!
  • matheormatheor

    Carver PM 1.5Published on 10/04/06 at 06:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Amp trs dynamic
    IDAL in the lower mdium and Super 80 (-3dB) and 20000Hz
    attention to this amp is not for the sub because the power supply. adcoupage
    does not allow it, because it has a problem recharging the frquence below 80 Hz (for this you should use a carver pm-1200)
    I use it on martin "Philishave" (2x31cm-250> 1500 Hz) is the best!
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