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DAP-Audio P-900 Vintage
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DAP-Audio P-900 Vintage

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DAP-Audio P-900 VintagePublished on 05/30/06 at 12:24
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I used it the first time for the animation of a friend's wedding Saturday on 27/05/2006.

Mounting bi-amplification.

amp head mid-high AudioPhony CX 400 2x130w rms 8 homs on a pair of wharfedale vs12x (12 "double bass midrange tweeter). acquired in 2005

Dap audio amp p-900 Vintage 2x300w rms 8 homs on a homemade bass with 2 hp 15 "(Beta-15A 350 w rms) Eminence.
Performance by calculating the box (software) 96 Max SPL 132dB dB/1W/1m. BP 45-160Hz

Wahouuuuuu! Boum.Boum

Acquired 2 days before I tried it and put in the place of my usual amp (AudioPhony CX 400).
Result: Quality sound to the ear equivalent power equal Safely.

FLAT because there is one, significant......
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I used it the first time for the animation of a friend's wedding Saturday on 27/05/2006.

Mounting bi-amplification.

amp head mid-high AudioPhony CX 400 2x130w rms 8 homs on a pair of wharfedale vs12x (12 "double bass midrange tweeter). acquired in 2005

Dap audio amp p-900 Vintage 2x300w rms 8 homs on a homemade bass with 2 hp 15 "(Beta-15A 350 w rms) Eminence.
Performance by calculating the box (software) 96 Max SPL 132dB dB/1W/1m. BP 45-160Hz

Wahouuuuuu! Boum.Boum

Acquired 2 days before I tried it and put in the place of my usual amp (AudioPhony CX 400).
Result: Quality sound to the ear equivalent power equal Safely.

FLAT because there is one, significant background noise as a band (like the fan noise) when the mixer faders are at least curious!
Less noise present on the subwoofer due to a lower frequency.

Pros: - Amp very well ventilated and not Bruille (not heat).
- Aesthetics successful.
- Presence of two LEDs per channel for the output signal peak LED + 1
- Subsonic filter to protect infrabass hp.

I would put a note because for € 215 including shipping (only one site in Germany because here in France unfortunately mini € 263. Long live Europe).

I would do the same choice as the background noise of course disappears when using normal and at this price!

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  • Manufacturer: DAP-Audio
  • Model: P-900 Vintage
  • Category: Dual-Channel Power Amps
  • Added in our database on: 08/11/2008

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