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I have two xti 2000 amp running with electrovoice speaker 600w

I have two xti 2000 amp running with electrovoice 600w 4ohms speaker on each channel. the amps were working perfectly for one year. now i am facing a problem with both the amps. it cuts off all the channels and after few seconds it comes back in normal condition. I tried the same setup with another amp it works perfectly.

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This is most likely to be a heat issue where the amps overheat and shut themselves off then cool down and turn back on. Please check that the amps have proper ventilation and that any air ducts are clean.

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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    sbronson Oct 30, 2012

    I have the same problem....after 3 years of use and a couple of occasions where the amp temperarily shuts down, it is now doing it many times throughout the night. Putting a fan on it and turning the PA down helped but I am trying to figure out the problem

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So lets take a 300W/channel stereo amp at 8 ohms.
Ok, it's stereo, so there's 600W
But the amp is capable of 4 ohm loads...well, now you can deliver 600W/channel, for a total of 1200W
In this scenario, your amp is doing exactly what it was designed to do with those speakers.
If you wanted to get the full 1200W out of the amp, you'd have to hook up 2 more speakers in parallel to the ones already there. This drops the impedance to 4 ohms per channel = 600W / channel.
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It sounds more like you are overdriving the speakers not clipping the amp. If the output rating for the amp is 1000W into 4 ohms, this is approximately 500W into an 8 ohm load. Your speakers are rated for 400W. If you are running the amp at full output, that is too much power for the speakers and either the speakers are warming up too much and failing or are being extruded too far and failing. Your best bet is to better match the amp/speaker setup. Crown amps have built in clipping indicators and I believe that the xti series also has a compression circuit that would prevent distortion on the output side.

To confirm my suspicions, in what manner are the speakers failing? Are they completely open or do they sound distorted?

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