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Yamaha P5000S

Dual-Channel Power Amp from Yamaha .

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Yamaha P5000SPublished on 03/16/09 at 21:05
(Originally written by double07/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
I use it as a bass amp and feed it with a tube preamp.

Pros: Weight (only 26 lb.), connections, noiseless (no fan), jack inputs and outputs, no heat, linear sound response.

It's more expensive than other amps but I trust this brand (which I know from experience) even though their products are made in China.

Its only competitor is QSC but the price/output power ratio is not comparable. 2 X 700 watts @ 4 ohms, it's enough for a bass guitar.

I would buy it again for this price.

Update from March 2009: Still perfect: light weight, noiseless, high efficiency!!...
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(Originally written by double07/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
I use it as a bass amp and feed it with a tube preamp.

Pros: Weight (only 26 lb.), connections, noiseless (no fan), jack inputs and outputs, no heat, linear sound response.

It's more expensive than other amps but I trust this brand (which I know from experience) even though their products are made in China.

Its only competitor is QSC but the price/output power ratio is not comparable. 2 X 700 watts @ 4 ohms, it's enough for a bass guitar.

I would buy it again for this price.

Update from March 2009: Still perfect: light weight, noiseless, high efficiency!!
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Yamaha P5000SPublished on 12/11/08 at 10:54
(Originally written by djmotion/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
How long have you been using it?

- One month

- Which feature do you like best?

- Sound, crossover settings With the YSP mode (optimization for Yamaha speakers) you can get a nice loudness effect.

- Which feature do you like least?

Non-detachable AC power cable.

- I also miss an output with high and low pass filters to connect it to another amp.

Did you try any of other models before buying this one?

- Yes, especially the YAMAHA PC4800N (average quality) and a Peavey 2600 (which will be discontinued and replaced by the P5000S...

How would you rate its value for money?

I bought it really cheap secondhand......
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(Originally written by djmotion/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
How long have you been using it?

- One month

- Which feature do you like best?

- Sound, crossover settings With the YSP mode (optimization for Yamaha speakers) you can get a nice loudness effect.

- Which feature do you like least?

Non-detachable AC power cable.

- I also miss an output with high and low pass filters to connect it to another amp.

Did you try any of other models before buying this one?

- Yes, especially the YAMAHA PC4800N (average quality) and a Peavey 2600 (which will be discontinued and replaced by the P5000S...

How would you rate its value for money?

I bought it really cheap secondhand so the value for money is excellent.

Based on your experience, would you buy this product again?

Without any hesitation!!!
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Quality / good price

Yamaha P5000SPublished on 06/18/12 at 05:43
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The amplifier yamaha are good amp.
It grows on top chiltone and it's not bad at all!
The midrange and treble are well reproduced but the bass at high volume levels are a bit soft.

recommended for people with a budget squeeze.
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Yamaha P5000SPublished on 01/28/05 at 09:59
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for a year for pregnant faade for a group and there is nothing wrong: a send all watts promised without distortion, was not heat, it's tough. I bought one for sub deuxime because in addition it incorporates a low pass filter and a high pass (use your choice) with a cutoff frquence adjustable between 50 and 150 Hz are can reach 600 euros and for that price not worth to do without.
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  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • Model: P5000S
  • Category: Dual-Channel Power Amps
  • Added in our database on: 03/18/2003

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