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OK, you can use ep2500 amp to power 3 tops each,But the only challenge is that you are about to over load your amplifier. might get hot too fast .
You can use a cooling system to make it not too hot..It also depends on how the event your using it for...Using 3 EP2500 amplifier to drive three 6 top, using two top for each amplifier. Just a suggestion.
Using 2 amplifier, you will need to drive on one channel to drive 2 tops, and 1 top for the other channel.
That will do. But make sure you turn on the volume of the amplifier to the max volume ,so that it will be able to work properly for your tops...
Wow thats a serious system you have there.God help the neighbours!Anyway here is an example.you need a pretty serious speaker.At 8ohms,you would need something like a 8ohm 450watt speaker system.Anything smaller will stress your amp if you turn it up.The amp would kill smaller speakers or the amp internals(channels)at higher volume.It would be like hooking up a garden hose to a fire hydrant.Something would have to give.hope this helps and happy listening
Hello Sir, Hi, the amplifier best suited for it would be a Behringer also, the EP2500 would be a match, and the eurolive B815neo speakers, but this cost a lot, any amplifier and a corresponding speaker will do. for your electric guitars or acoustics the GTX30.
If you will use your 15" speakers, match it with a right amplifier, you did not mention its watts rating, If your speakers are 250 watts, then buy an amplifier slightly higher that 250 watt,
There should be several channel choices and speaker connections, make sure they both match. If you are not sure, put the amp on main or 1 and try all the connections until you find the ones that sound is being routed to. Also overload protection is pretty sensitive, if you have touched wires together or mixed up + and - you may have tripped it, and may need to reset.
DISCONNECT ALL INPUTS(MIC CD) AND CHECK.DISCONNECT ALL OUTPUTS AND CHECK(ALL SPEAKERS ONE BY ONE)IF THE PROBLEM CLEARED WHEN YOU DISCONNECT ANY INPUT OR OUTPUT FIX IT BY CHANGING START WITH CABLES FIRST.
your amp is stable at 2ohm in stereo mode . you can wire them in series or parallel. series you add up the ohms . parallel you use this (R1+R2)divided by(R1xR2)=total resistance this figures two speakers at a time to add more speakers after total repeat formula as long as you don't go below min load you are fine . in your case all speakers in parallel you would be running 0 ohms bad . in series you would be running 16 ohms stable but not even half the power of your amp. if you hook up two in parallel and two in series on one channel you are running 1.6 ohms still not stable.If i was u I would hook up two 4ohm speakers in parallel on one channel and two in parallel on the other given you a stable 2ohm per channel. total power output per channel 1200w