file Behringer EP4000

9 years 3 months ago - 7 years 9 months ago #10355 by levyte357
Behringer EP4000 was created by levyte357
I'd be real unhappy, if I bought this thinking it was same power as QSC 4050HD..



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7 years 10 months ago #16909 by GEB
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I'd feel really stupid if I thought these were going to rival the QSC considering the price tags of both units, not noticing how the ratings are measured and the fact the EP4000 is really a EP2500. I'd also have to question my knowledge of audio equipment if I thought those 2 amps were similar in any way shape or form!

You just wouldn't! And I refuse to believe anyone would! :lol:

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7 years 10 months ago #16986 by luton_soundman
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friend of mine very nearly bought one of these. took much time and repeating to convince him otherwise (although it still seemed like he didnt believe me when i said its the same power as the ep2500.) definatly do not like the way more and more amplifiers are rating the power outputs of their amps. it's definatly misleading/misguiding so many people

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7 years 10 months ago #17300 by Tony Wilkes
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I am pretty certain that when the EP2500 first came out the transformer seemed bigger than the one in the photo. The transformers in some dB-Mark amps I have at the moment with the same nominal power dwarfs them.

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7 years 9 months ago #17820 by thepersonunknown
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i realy wonder y all the empty space in these cheepos. i gues its to try and make it look more beefy, but it must be cheaper on materials to build it with a smaller box. cheep is the name of this particular game after all.

i realy know very little of amps, but thanks to the www, in particular you good gents on here and over there, im starting to be able to gauge the quality of an amp from an internal pic, and i wouldnt touch these with a wooden shit shifting pole. realy, why do people pay for these with the crap quality and crap brand image when u can get an old crown ma or the like for similar $$.

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7 years 9 months ago #17822 by luton_soundman
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Also what i find is too many people who are not prepared to buy used..so instead buy bad quality cheapy new equipment for the same price?!

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7 years 9 months ago #17842 by tweeter box
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whats the actual difference between a ep2500 and the ep4000?

Time is longer than road.

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7 years 9 months ago #17846 by levyte357
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Tweeter Box wrote: whats the actual difference between a ep2500 and the ep4000?


"2" & "5" on the front..

Oh, and probably couple of hundred quid. :lol:

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7 years 9 months ago #17850 by luton_soundman
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:lol: smiley36

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7 years 9 months ago #17853 by saul
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thepersonunknown wrote: i realy wonder y all the empty space in these cheepos. i gues its to try and make it look more beefy, but it must be cheaper on materials to build it with a smaller box. cheep is the name of this particular game after all.


well i'd argue that by making the parts easily accessible/spacious, it's quicker to assemble.

look at the big parts, there's 3 PCBs, with a few connections, heat sinks and fans, couple of pots on the front and a tranny.

the factory line probably put that together in less than an hour, with all the pre assembled boards and bits to hand.

production time to minimum = more profit.

have you ever looked inside the range of powersoft K series amps?

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