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sampetersampeter

Crest Audio CA 6Published on 08/14/05 at 13:18
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With a crest audio you're not using on his walkman to finish the evening in music. I possde two (the CA6). I pass the air gun from time to time (dust). but they are present low cot and testify. nothing wrong on all points.
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macdriverzmacdriverz

Crest Audio CA 6Published on 02/22/06 at 04:14
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"I use the AC line for 6 years,

No problems with anything on all amps. It's Crest, well thought out: knob button embedded in the amp (no risk of incorrect manipulation) mase the power button or not, mono, bridge, Ventilation //... enslaved in temp temperature, ventilation is not embarrassing low, but when you balance the sauce to cool.
The limiter is to calm the passions, and possibly a wiring problem or impdance too low. Breaker switch, high pass filter and low pass.
"It is powerful, has held the 2 Ohm without flinching, a drive anything that moves with a very good sound.

2x750-W at 2 Ohm (1.5 kW bridg 4 Ohm)
-2x600 W into 4 Ohm (1.2 kW Bridge 8 Ohm)
-2x400 W into 8 Ohm...…
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"I use the AC line for 6 years,

No problems with anything on all amps. It's Crest, well thought out: knob button embedded in the amp (no risk of incorrect manipulation) mase the power button or not, mono, bridge, Ventilation //... enslaved in temp temperature, ventilation is not embarrassing low, but when you balance the sauce to cool.
The limiter is to calm the passions, and possibly a wiring problem or impdance too low. Breaker switch, high pass filter and low pass.
"It is powerful, has held the 2 Ohm without flinching, a drive anything that moves with a very good sound.

2x750-W at 2 Ohm (1.5 kW bridg 4 Ohm)
-2x600 W into 4 Ohm (1.2 kW Bridge 8 Ohm)
-2x400 W into 8 Ohm (800 Ohm 16 W bridg)
"I tried a little while, the range Amcron / Crown, for their range consurente of the time, I preferred the Crest, more comfortable on a pair of sub during a demo of comparison.

-The report is exellent qualitprix it's cheap for what it is.

-With experience, I do it again!
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remy29remy29

Crest Audio CA 6Published on 05/21/07 at 01:01
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I have this amp for 8 years.

It has never failed, used with the speakers and BOSE FCR 802. It is present and solid in the bass, present in the medium and is not loud in the treble. Only problem .. the weight of course!

The speakers I owned (RCF space 400 and 250), before buying I could try Amcron, Chevin, Dynacord, CA6 and CA9 crest and following this comparison (recorded music listening group in concert) I I am determined to CA6.

It represents a serious investment but does not disappoint!

I would definitely do it again this election!
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CosCasperCosCasper

Crest Audio CA 6Published on 09/08/07 at 04:49
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I have this amp for almost a year now he does not owe me. It feeds two hp HK Audio (QX4) only in the grave. Former Owner 'of hps had never heard its like at the bottom.

I tested many amps for the CREST serious but can not shake as much. (LA1201 and CPX1500)

This amp is just standard in the grave. Precision and power.
8 Ohm Stereo - 400 W
4 Ohm Stereo - 600 W
2 Ohm Stereo - 750 W
8 Ohm Bridge - 1200 W
4 Ohm Bridge - 1500 W
The only negative is its weight (over 20kg)
It is true that in a small room he did a lot of noise with the fans but when we send the signal is in the same point more

It REPRESENTATIVES an investment but the yield is Submitted. I will remake this...…
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I have this amp for almost a year now he does not owe me. It feeds two hp HK Audio (QX4) only in the grave. Former Owner 'of hps had never heard its like at the bottom.

I tested many amps for the CREST serious but can not shake as much. (LA1201 and CPX1500)

This amp is just standard in the grave. Precision and power.
8 Ohm Stereo - 400 W
4 Ohm Stereo - 600 W
2 Ohm Stereo - 750 W
8 Ohm Bridge - 1200 W
4 Ohm Bridge - 1500 W
The only negative is its weight (over 20kg)
It is true that in a small room he did a lot of noise with the fans but when we send the signal is in the same point more

It REPRESENTATIVES an investment but the yield is Submitted. I will remake this choice without any regret.
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  • Manufacturer: Crest Audio
  • Model: CA 6
  • Category: Dual-Channel Power Amps
  • Added in our database on: 08/11/2008

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