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condos51condos51

Power Acoustics Jumbo 1000Published on 06/03/05 at 22:49
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Hello,

Sure, it's a very good amp (I have one) version so the LED MKII version, this is the amp robust (35kg) it is 1985 but it works great! same hours in the red he fears nothing.

Special feature: 12 to 500w power transistors rms (transistors are 250w each: MJ15022 MJ15023 &) transofrmateur double-ring power but not reported on my model, probably to 500VA and more ...

other models tried before: APK2100 (I'm not sure of the exact reference) and a APK4500, but I needed more power, I switched to the upper range, or the choice of

9990FF price of nine (or 1522.96 euros) price but at least it pays the quality and number of transistors (the transistor 10 euros to the calculation is...…
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Hello,

Sure, it's a very good amp (I have one) version so the LED MKII version, this is the amp robust (35kg) it is 1985 but it works great! same hours in the red he fears nothing.

Special feature: 12 to 500w power transistors rms (transistors are 250w each: MJ15022 MJ15023 &) transofrmateur double-ring power but not reported on my model, probably to 500VA and more ...

other models tried before: APK2100 (I'm not sure of the exact reference) and a APK4500, but I needed more power, I switched to the upper range, or the choice of

9990FF price of nine (or 1522.96 euros) price but at least it pays the quality and number of transistors (the transistor 10 euros to the calculation is quickly ...)

with experience, I would take a well.
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Clément BallyClément Bally

Power Acoustics Jumbo 1000Published on 09/04/05 at 02:22
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It's been five years since he follows me despite its weight.
Amplifier 2x500W / 4 ohms bridgeable, 2 transformer spars (o weight) 12 power transistors per channel!
Indestructible monster 80s, with a quality sound trs own capacity and low frequencies of dvelopper incredible.

If you come across one in your way, if you do not need to carry it too and one or two sub / subwoofer: then it will make you happy!

The two big fan make noise, but in power, it is not them that means!

PS: There was a version 2 trs sober and the other with two LED VU meter
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arthur1952arthur1952

Power Acoustics Jumbo 1000Published on 12/05/06 at 12:45
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I use a jumbo 1000 since 1971 it never fails, the only drawback is its weight, and the era as the price, but there was a VAT of 33.33 and r cupra well kiss that was the price, I have also from the same period a amp a little more rare is a jumbo half a mono amp 500watts into 8 homs name SOLO 12 not very robust and particularity fan when it works for a while is really hot but no problem running, I had also a 4500 and 2080 with a mixer 403 where a re c'tait no problem but happiness
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  • Manufacturer: Power Acoustics
  • Model: Jumbo 1000
  • Category: Dual-Channel Power Amps
  • Added in our database on: 05/05/2005

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