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I NEED TO HOOK UP MY CS 4000 AMPS

I HAVE 3 NEW PEAVEY CS 4000 WATT AMPS FOR MY SUBS I CAN'T HOOK THEM ALL TOGETHER HOW CAN I HOOK THEM TOGETHER

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    Jay Selway May 11, 2010

    What are you feeding the amps with, and do you want them all to have the same signal from the processing unit (crossover / mixer)?



    Also are you asking how to connect the speakers correctly? If so, how many subs do you have to connect?



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    Jay

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Take a piece of rope and run it through the rack handles and tie a good square knot in it and they will be hooked together.

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My cs400 puts out at about 1/10 volume on both channels. Best I can tell with my Huntron is that all transistors, diodes and caps are good. All op amps tested good. Plus and minus 58 vdc and 16vdc on zener board seems fine. The problems is common to both channels.

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If you are trying to use 3 amps to drive a single cabinet, it can not be done. Bridging amplifiers requires a specific circuit design for that application. There is no way to hook up multiple amps to a single speaker.

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