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Dual-Channel Power Amp from Crown belonging to the XLS series

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  • patappatap

    Crown XLS 602Published on 05/17/06 at 13:14
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    I use it for two months, I made two good evening and it rotates with from time to time at my low level.
    What is good is that it cooled, well no, it does not heat up, which is annoying is the noise of the fan ...
    I'm running with a pair of yamaha C115V the resulta for me, but be careful, I have not tried a lot of stuff before, my opinion is not very objective against a professional. I can just say that the acute end seems to me thinner than on a Yamaha P3500 and low collapsing weaker level.
    I use it as 8ohms, after the last of it not sound mag pretty fast clip in 4 test ...

    In the end I think it's a good device with a good qualitprix
  • gg60gg60

    great gear

    Crown XLS 602Published on 09/24/12 at 12:22
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    I use this amp since 2009, never a problem. I use it with yorkville PR 418 (600watts RMS) that happiness, extra sound. Crown is unstoppable!
  • tintin-musictintin-music

    Crown XLS 602Published on 09/23/05 at 23:43
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    I use it for a year and I am completely satisfied.
    it has power to spare.
    it's very good stuff I recommend to anyone looking for reliability and power.
    I use it with jbl sf-25 and I push it really thoroughly.
    370/600/840W...ou 1.200 W in mono ...
    report / quality / prix...c is the best we can find I think.
    At this price ... I would do the same option and without hsiter.
  • DjmrxproDjmrxpro

    Crown XLS 602Published on 04/06/07 at 03:32
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    I use it for about 3 weeks
    What I like about him is his power handling, I use non-stop for an evening at the end, it was at room temperature, it did not have time to Choffe ...
    As against its breakdown is not to be too popping, if you want to use it to put in a room with a low power operation, but hey, it is quickly forgotten
    I think the Special price / quality is satisfactory for a little over 400th
    I do it again this choice without eSite ...

    I just have one question:
    I use it with a pair of Wharfedale 215 EVPX so 500rms in 4ohm (he shoots without problems), but I would like to link to this pair of Wharfedale speakers so EVPX 15 300rms in 8ohm in parallel, I found myself with …
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    I use it for about 3 weeks
    What I like about him is his power handling, I use non-stop for an evening at the end, it was at room temperature, it did not have time to Choffe ...
    As against its breakdown is not to be too popping, if you want to use it to put in a room with a low power operation, but hey, it is quickly forgotten
    I think the Special price / quality is satisfactory for a little over 400th
    I do it again this choice without eSite ...

    I just have one question:
    I use it with a pair of Wharfedale 215 EVPX so 500rms in 4ohm (he shoots without problems), but I would like to link to this pair of Wharfedale speakers so EVPX 15 300rms in 8ohm in parallel, I found myself with an impedance of 3.3 ohm output of my amp, I would like to know how my amp will be debited to the impedance (knowing that sending 600rms in 4ohm and 2ohm 840 in) I am told it will send about 700 rms and with the impedance of the speakers, then send it to EVPX 466 rms 215 and 233 rms for 15 EVPX
    voila, thank you for enlighten me please ...
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  • LjmLjm

    Crown XLS 602Published on 01/23/08 at 10:12
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    The price seemed interesting to rev the amp Crown XLS 602 D AUDIO SOLUTIONS on the site that I regret is that they show in stock when it is false information, they do not take the update their information and confirm you naturally softphone. So it is believed to place an order with confidence and rsultat they did not o plus.Par prcaution call I had before and happily.
  • mayeutchmayeutch

    Crown XLS 602Published on 05/08/08 at 08:50
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    Trsdu by hardware. I bought it to plug into an Ampeg bass pramp between two speakers and bass output (use Stereo or dual mono plutt into 8 Ohms).
    The 2 x 380 Watts into 8 ohms posters are certainly not: 2 X 250 watts or less.
    Collect the great difficulties frquences low: half a clip and a saturated power. Dsquilibr its too sharp, not enough bass ....
    In short, not recommended for such use.
    Never used under sound: even.
  • PiñeiroPiñeiro

    Crown XLS 602Published on 05/11/08 at 10:48
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    Not good not good, used 2 weekends, would not 4 ohms (or so lightweight lightweight), not good for the subs (even the small 15 ").

    In fact if I rflchit value for money and to push a 2-way 2-speaker can go, because in this config the sound is not so bad. . . .

    And I also think it does not send power announcement and especially not for subs. . . . .

    I will not be too hard in the side :-)
  • vince1210mk2vince1210mk2

    Crown XLS 602Published on 02/20/09 at 06:31
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    I use it for two years to a motor driver 4 "JBL 2425J and 2426J in multicast. (Use 2 x 16 Ohms per channel into 8 ohms = turning. Very good clarity of the treble, nothing to say (cut passes up to 800 Hz). Beware of turning off the device, the relays open late, once the amp is already cut, so a large crack is heard on your speakers (although lower knobs before turning off the amp, otherwise you destroy your bowls). I tested it on one of my pairs of RCF ART 300: very good treble, medium high, but the bass is very dry. I do not get much roundness with the Inter-M. I am a little disappointed knowing that it's still the CROWN! Value / price ... Yeah it's still tough and not very expensive. With …
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    I use it for two years to a motor driver 4 "JBL 2425J and 2426J in multicast. (Use 2 x 16 Ohms per channel into 8 ohms = turning. Very good clarity of the treble, nothing to say (cut passes up to 800 Hz). Beware of turning off the device, the relays open late, once the amp is already cut, so a large crack is heard on your speakers (although lower knobs before turning off the amp, otherwise you destroy your bowls). I tested it on one of my pairs of RCF ART 300: very good treble, medium high, but the bass is very dry. I do not get much roundness with the Inter-M. I am a little disappointed knowing that it's still the CROWN! Value / price ... Yeah it's still tough and not very expensive. With the experience I not think of buying models in this series. I put 7 / 10 for the history of snapping to the extinction of the device. (FYI, I have a XLS Series D)
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  • SplifeurSplifeur

    Crown XLS 602Published on 02/27/09 at 18:55
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    This is the crown of BASE!! Really!
    Small budget, but it's nice as buying something else because it is not worth the true crown and FAR !!!!! It's very low-end home crown infact!
    Not good for the sub, especially not for the electro music, it does not want the low frequencies, the clip too fast! Both take INTER M for a better quality / price ratio
  • soundman12soundman12

    Make a Caesar ......

    Crown XLS 602Published on 08/29/11 at 08:27
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    I found a little hard in your decision. It'll be a year since I use it and actually some points are true, but ngatifs EXAGRES. Before buying it I took the trouble to inform me here and I even bought so knowingly. So I use a filter with active medium and an acute GX5 Bass. I know that is not in the high end, but your exact trs is super good to see. Before this I used a combination Inter-M silent quite suitable for use without active filter. But we still want and we have to spend a day in bi-amplification. Prudent, I read the reviews on AF and it rsulte that the two marks are the best places QSC and Crown and it is therefore natural that I head this cot. Good to say this is a beautiful no RMX…
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    I found a little hard in your decision. It'll be a year since I use it and actually some points are true, but ngatifs EXAGRES. Before buying it I took the trouble to inform me here and I even bought so knowingly. So I use a filter with active medium and an acute GX5 Bass. I know that is not in the high end, but your exact trs is super good to see. Before this I used a combination Inter-M silent quite suitable for use without active filter. But we still want and we have to spend a day in bi-amplification. Prudent, I read the reviews on AF and it rsulte that the two marks are the best places QSC and Crown and it is therefore natural that I head this cot. Good to say this is a beautiful no RMX at one or microtech in the other but ... I am not rich enough to a!!
    Therefore reasonable prices in the two marks with a power honorable and GX5 XLS602 (dja not give it!)
    This set gives me a good bass and sound in mdium trs clean and sharp crystal clear without damaging the ears. so I try different combinations:
    Crown as in acute low QSC + = horrible
    QSC low inter-m + = acute blah blah (a is dificil to find the claret IgnoreCase break the head with an equalizer)
    Inter-M low + + Crown dja is much better but lack of roundness in the lower
    Finally qsc (bass) + XLS602 is in acute nickel! and less than 1000!! hard to beat for the price
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  • ecce48ecce48

    Think carefully before buying

    Crown XLS 602Published on 11/06/10 at 02:55
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    Now a few months that I use. I needed a small amp power booster and that is especially strong. I turned logically to the entry-level QSC, Crown and Crest. In comparison, Crown is the most "deprived" the advantage is that it is the Crown in there, no worries, but compared to other Crown, it is completely empty. No security, lower power, does not 2 ohms. Brief for someone looking for a versatile amp for mobile disco or DJ, be forgotten that the more low frequencies are very soft. So much for the bad.

    Parcontre, using it on a crossover to the midrange and high, it changes everything. A sound clean and clear even push it tight into 4 Ohms. It does not heat up even after 8 hours of use.

    Smal…
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    Now a few months that I use. I needed a small amp power booster and that is especially strong. I turned logically to the entry-level QSC, Crown and Crest. In comparison, Crown is the most "deprived" the advantage is that it is the Crown in there, no worries, but compared to other Crown, it is completely empty. No security, lower power, does not 2 ohms. Brief for someone looking for a versatile amp for mobile disco or DJ, be forgotten that the more low frequencies are very soft. So much for the bad.

    Parcontre, using it on a crossover to the midrange and high, it changes everything. A sound clean and clear even push it tight into 4 Ohms. It does not heat up even after 8 hours of use.

    Small important note, the cooling system goes from back to front. So if you use several amps do not put it above or below a fan whose meaning is opposite. One will take the hot air from the other and they can no longer cooling properly.

    I use it for the sound of concerts for middle and high frequency and there he Lemeilleur performance.

    For those looking for an amp DJ, mobile disco or heavy sounds to forget very quickly!

    To conclude, it is a very difficult note amp. A remake, I certainly would choose a more versatile amp but in the configuration in which I use, I am completely satisfied and do not regret any of the world will not change him for another.
    I give an average rating because it takes one, but it does not mean anything. I now actually use 2 for a DJ but 8 for my use.





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