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" great amp"

Electro-Voice P3000Published on 04/02/14 at 06:01
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Hello,


I used 10 years to boost EV subs 4 DME 2181. Nothing to say, great appareil.Je have sold well ('m retired!) And fast!
A strongly advise!
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" Excellent"

Electro-Voice P3000Published on 03/31/14 at 09:40
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Well, I was asked to review the beast ...
Is it really necessary for this device which is a reference for a long time?

except for the weight and size, you can not blame him much ...

The sound is perfect on any band and any type of load. (As his friends in 1200 and 2000)
His power can make you smile today, but the result is always a treat.

I do not go out often. This is when I want to have fun with nice groups.


Their fonts qualities they are (on?) Listed on the market, but you can find good deals. Prefer a revised model, it will prevent you from doing a precaution.
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Electro-Voice P3000Published on 03/26/09 at 08:43
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-> My opinion is for the P2000 and P3000.

Used for over a year. I have owned the Crest, QSC, Crown, Yamaha ...

Having already had a P1200 for the brand, I got the P2000 and P3000.
The power output is enormous, never managed to push down both the output level was more than enough as it is in that medium or severe acute. Very good amp that is found both in the touring rack that fixed.

The knobs are very accurate facade between -12 and 0dB is a little harder to navigate below-17dB. The sensitivity is set to 0dBu at the plant, to change it to +6 dBu or +26 dBu must move a jumper inside the amp. His avoids the problems of poor handling.

LEDs indicate the switching on of the......
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-> My opinion is for the P2000 and P3000.

Used for over a year. I have owned the Crest, QSC, Crown, Yamaha ...

Having already had a P1200 for the brand, I got the P2000 and P3000.
The power output is enormous, never managed to push down both the output level was more than enough as it is in that medium or severe acute. Very good amp that is found both in the touring rack that fixed.

The knobs are very accurate facade between -12 and 0dB is a little harder to navigate below-17dB. The sensitivity is set to 0dBu at the plant, to change it to +6 dBu or +26 dBu must move a jumper inside the amp. His avoids the problems of poor handling.

LEDs indicate the switching on of the device, the signal input, the output of a power, limiter activation and development protection.

The power output is slightly higher than the doc.
The P2000 has been measured for 598w sub 8Ω 560W announced.

In bridge, there is a dedicated outlet with a plug and a switch to toggle to a point, yet to avoid mishandling (they thought at all).
Limiter and very responsive. It is not switched off to prevent breakage but may be delayed by pushing the switch to slow.

Filter Hi-Lo-CUT is a filter for cutting the cabinet or enclosure. It is a filter for the extreme limit of hearing the band (20hz and 20khz). Even to prevent breakage.

The connection of input is XLR and, as always with EV, the inputs are bridged can link multiple amp with a single signal.

The ventilation fan is that breath directly on the radiator. This cooling method is more efficiency than when the fan draws. It is also noisier, but it has 3 speeds, making it quiet at low volumes.
When empty, it heats up a little because it already consumes 250W (215W 239v measured). At power it draws about 910W.
The performance is fairly average, measured at 62.9% at full power under 5.3Ω.

The amp heats up, many will say some (in the winter is warm in the tent). It's a little because of his class AB, but the sound is so good.
In these Characteristics, EV said the P2000 will be able to dissipate up to 8000W and 12000W for P3000 with their 4 fans. They'll be able to hold a maximum temperature of 200 ° C.
Difficult to verify this, but I have used a P1200 in bridge under 2Ω. This amounts to 1Ω per channel. He heated a little more, but he held to this without protection. You have to go really hard to trigger protection.

Compared to Crown macrotech, I prefer the EV. I do not like the Crown, cooling demand rack specially adapted for them, some were so overcome that his life becomes metallic, it is very expensive in opportunity (especially now) and sometimes you come across MA down / changed / tampered / makeup in VZ. In addition, on occasion, the same power the EVs are cheaper than the Crown.

Their sizes and weights can be scary, but it is a good thing. Despite being in 3U and have dual power supplies, P2000 and P3000 are only 26 and 28Kg.
A Crest 8001 is less powerful than the P3000 and is 38kg. A rack with 2 Crest 8001 is 86kg, the one with 2 P3000 is 66kg. The weight of the P3000 is an advantage over another.
The P3000 is also more powerful than MA3600VZ and only 3kg more.

I forget, the P2000 and P3000 are "Made in Germany", manufactured from Dynacord L1600 and L2400 where the P2000 and P3000 become.
My rating is 9 / 10. The sound is very good, it's super reliable protections are effective ... but there is no perfect product. We can always blame him for not having a VU meter, more power, some kg less, a smaller frame, connection output 4 points rate too high ...

I just hope this series will not be stopped being produced because they are the best nine amp still for sale. Since the stop of production of A. Crown, many professional JBL sound equipped, migrate to the series for fear of not having a good result or fail with the new MA-i or I-Tech.
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  • Manufacturer: Electro-Voice
  • Model: P3000
  • Category: Dual-Channel Power Amps
  • Added in our database on: 01/23/2006

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