Question about Behringer EUROPOWER EP2500 Amplifier
What is the proper/best mode settings for Bridge mono to push Low mid and Stereo to push Highz
The user manual for this amp has good instruction on how to connect it. You can download a copy from here.
Page 9 has info about using the amp for "bi-amping" The amp is only a stereo unit, so to do a 3-way system, you will need at least 1 amp mono in bridge mode for lows, and other stereo amp for mods, and another stereo amp for highs. You could use the internal low pass filter for the bottom end, and a 2 way crossover for the mids and highs. Much simpler doing a 2 way system with composite bins for mids and highs, and subs for lows. You only need the 2 amps and use the low and high pass filters inside the EP2500. If you need anymore help on this, I am happy to talk to you more.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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