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  • CultursonsCultursons

    Crest Audio CC 1800Published on 05/29/07 at 16:48
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The advertised power is very far from the actual.
    In addition the quality of amps in this range is really very far below what we had used the brand.
    Immediately after purchase, return to the store to the first default connection. During the repair I commend my inter M and I find it more Péchu, bizarre.
    I get the cc1800, after two nights, the problem of power on one side so again Retout the store. I was ready until a CC2800 and I always find Péchu not (yet sensible sent 595 w per side)
    I take the time to compare it to an EV 1200 (350w per side) and after doing so found by the sellers, the output level remains well below that advertised.
    Same with a second cc2800 for confirmation.
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    The advertised power is very far from the actual.
    In addition the quality of amps in this range is really very far below what we had used the brand.
    Immediately after purchase, return to the store to the first default connection. During the repair I commend my inter M and I find it more Péchu, bizarre.
    I get the cc1800, after two nights, the problem of power on one side so again Retout the store. I was ready until a CC2800 and I always find Péchu not (yet sensible sent 595 w per side)
    I take the time to compare it to an EV 1200 (350w per side) and after doing so found by the sellers, the output level remains well below that advertised.
    Same with a second cc2800 for confirmation.

    Result, I bought the EV
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  • STERSTER

    Excellent amp!

    Crest Audio CC 1800Published on 02/24/11 at 00:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    After 3 months of use I can say I am fulfilled. I intended to use it bridged a 15 "passive very hard to move cash and 1000 Watts. Well finally one way more than enough! Totally agree with the first opinion! The manufacturer may have seen his copy since 2007? lot closer to the advice given on models 2800 and 4000.



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