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  • mlittlebandmlittleband

    Crown I-T8000Published on 05/27/08 at 13:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I've used it several times on APG.
    + Very lightweight
    - Gas Plant
    I tried the 3600VZ, the 5000VZ, QSC PL236, K2 ....
    A little expensive even if the power is important.
    on the other hand I do not understand how anyone could put a dirty note when this amp is also admires K2 which to me is absolutely not terrible (too soft!) Except for the lack of ventilation.
    Sometimes I wonder about the relevance of certain notices .......
    On VLF246 it sends fine; I may have had to do a special series?
  • cucu41jblsrxcucu41jblsrx

    down not tope, high / mid tope !!!!!

    Crown I-T8000Published on 08/26/14 at 13:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I stinks to test with my system consist of two jbl srx 728s plus two jbl mp 415, and another system consist of two head EV tx 2152 with two subs in 46cm rcf 1000 WRMS.
    We compare the qsc pl 236 pl 380 qsc, lab gruppen fp 6400, and crown itech 8000.

    The winner of the test on the medium / high and I must say hands down is the itech 8000 with a dynamic, precision, unbelievable ...;
    But it really is not capable of the sub driver as he finger yet 4000 w / 4 per channel anyway.

    The winner of the test on the bass is the qsc pl 380, which down the lab gruppen to be much, but down nonetheless and that is audible on both system !!!!
    The qsc a rounder sound, and hard to explain but it does…
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    I stinks to test with my system consist of two jbl srx 728s plus two jbl mp 415, and another system consist of two head EV tx 2152 with two subs in 46cm rcf 1000 WRMS.
    We compare the qsc pl 236 pl 380 qsc, lab gruppen fp 6400, and crown itech 8000.

    The winner of the test on the medium / high and I must say hands down is the itech 8000 with a dynamic, precision, unbelievable ...;
    But it really is not capable of the sub driver as he finger yet 4000 w / 4 per channel anyway.

    The winner of the test on the bass is the qsc pl 380, which down the lab gruppen to be much, but down nonetheless and that is audible on both system !!!!
    The qsc a rounder sound, and hard to explain but it does sound better subs in the bottom "he breaststroke finally hard to put into words."
    Yet before the test I already was leaving the sight of all the fantastic reviews on the 6400 fp to push the subs that its going to be the big winner, and maybe not.

    So to make a good choice in high-end amps any brand, try own system sounds with as forums reveals some truth but I have proof that the lab gruppen is not better than the qsc pl 380, and the crown is really on top of the mid / high, the other amps on mids / highs are similar, may very audible difference, share good report on the itech.
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  • macdriverzmacdriverz

    Crown I-T8000Published on 02/24/06 at 17:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I do not posssede this amp, but I had the opportunity to listen as a buyer potencial.

    First finding is the gas plant: surge, impedance, indicator of operating time, potential thermal, voltage, impedance in real time ... All this connected to a cookie that can be returned to a provider, how to use the lessor.

    Like: "how are you, you have not used my system? While the amplifier shows 6 hours of operation"

    "What do you mean you did not break anything, you made the con after 1:28 of use!"

    And so on of the best.
    Monstrous global power, it is on paper an ohm continuously.

    Integrated 64-bit DSP (for you madam ...) to do everything that a processor enclosure.

    It is lightweight: …
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    I do not posssede this amp, but I had the opportunity to listen as a buyer potencial.

    First finding is the gas plant: surge, impedance, indicator of operating time, potential thermal, voltage, impedance in real time ... All this connected to a cookie that can be returned to a provider, how to use the lessor.

    Like: "how are you, you have not used my system? While the amplifier shows 6 hours of operation"

    "What do you mean you did not break anything, you made the con after 1:28 of use!"

    And so on of the best.
    Monstrous global power, it is on paper an ohm continuously.

    Integrated 64-bit DSP (for you madam ...) to do everything that a processor enclosure.

    It is lightweight: 18 kg and it seems hyper powerful.
    Now for the negatives:
    Driver for the bass, this amp does not have much in the pants, the frequency response of the infra castrated severe, even with the correction above. The rest of the grave remains fast. PAr against the rest of the bandwidth, it's clean, dynamic and accurate.

    The integrated processor is useless on this line: using a Omnidrive, a Proco DriveRack or dedicated systems in the range of this amp.

    So a lot of gadget ... Control the voltage via WiFi and my PDA does not seem to me necessary, except to show off the boozer, though I doubt it.

    In short, expensive, not take the bass.
    It is not worth a MA / MT simple my strong when compared with a VZ, I laugh now.
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  • vincent944vincent944

    Nickel

    Crown I-T8000Published on 07/15/11 at 02:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How long have you use it?

    One year

    What is so special that you like most and least?

    + +
    DSP high-level
    Steering network HiQ Net
    Ability to limit peak voltage / rms / .... impossible to break the boxes
    Many presets storable
    Weight
    Electrical efficiency

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?
    Yes

    How would you rate the quality / price?
    Justified

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...
    Yes
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