Characteristics for all SLX Series II:
3 modes: stereo, parallel and bridged
S / N ratio: 103dB / A (20 to 20kHz)
Rise time (8 ohms): 50V/μs
Bandwidth (1W, 8 ohms): 20Hz-50kHz
Sensibilitée input switchable: 775mV/1V/1.44V
Total harmonic distortion: 0.03%
5-level indicator LEDs: 2 green, 2 orange, 1 red
Only 800 SLX:
2x 800W / 4
2x 500W / 8
Bridged 1600W / 8
Bridged 2400W / 4 (!?) -> Info given by MH Diff.
H = 88 mm / 2U
L = 483 mm
P = 453 mm
consumer load 8 ohms = 1000W
- The filter to 160Hz pass-bas/haut
- The input level selector (775mV/-10dB; 1V/0dB; 1.44V / +4 dB)
- The mode (stereo, parallel or bridged)
- Connections XLR / Speakon
- The Dynamic Bass (103dB 100dB against category)
- Weight 33kg announced on the record but ~ 20-25kg on the scales (!?)
- The integrated limiter and multiprotection that does not trigger!
- The sound of two fans
- No ventilation grille on the front, only on the sides and rear
In terms of reliability I use it for a subwoofer that works every week -60/-20dB, no problem.
The price / quality ratio is good for € 359. After testing a good sub, frequencies below 60Hz are very limited, but hopefully stronger and more dynamic over the 80Hz.
I compared it to a Yamaha P5000S: the Yam to over fishing in the lower and better Deffinitions everywhere. The SLX is mainly used in the bass.