file QSC PL9.0 (230V version) - Any opinions

8 years 4 months ago #15306 by levyte357
QSC PL9.0 (230V version) - Any opinions was created by levyte357
Anyone here used these ?

Interested in feedback on

1. Sound quality on sub,
2. Reliabity on 2.66 ohms stereo,
3. SPL vs Power consumption on 13A sockets/32A ring man

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8 years 4 months ago #15308 by bee
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not heard this one yet...... I love qsc's on mids and tops but still unsure on sub duties....

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8 years 4 months ago #15310 by saul
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never heard pl9

but i think pl380 does sound quite nice on subs, just not got quite enough drive behind it for the "bassochists"

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8 years 4 months ago #15330 by mykey-
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levyte357 wrote: Anyone here used these ?

Interested in feedback on

1. Sound quality on sub,
2. Reliabity on 2.66 ohms stereo,
3. SPL vs Power consumption on 13A sockets/32A ring man

1. smiley11
2. smiley32 smiley20
3. :|

brilliant @ 2 ohms too, and so much power on tap, actually too much power for 4 1850's per side smiley1

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8 years 4 months ago #15331 by mykey-
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saul wrote: never heard pl9

but i think pl380 does sound quite nice on subs, just not got quite enough drive behind it for the "bassochists"

If you were to put a PL9 up against todays 10,000 watt amps, the PL9 will make them sound like 5000 watts

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8 years 4 months ago #15337 by levyte357
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mykey- wrote:

levyte357 wrote: Anyone here used these ?

Interested in feedback on

1. Sound quality on sub,
2. Reliabity on 2.66 ohms stereo,
3. SPL vs Power consumption on 13A sockets/32A ring man

1. smiley11
2. smiley32 smiley20
3. :|

brilliant @ 2 ohms too, and so much power on tap, actually too much power for 4 1850's per side smiley1


Excellent, much respect on the feedback.

See mykey, you can be helpful when you choose to be... :lol:

You have always said your only issue with the amp, was it sounding hard on sub.

That just requires couple of "elements" in the chain, to shape the sub a "little".. :lol:

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8 years 4 months ago #15338 by levyte357
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mykey- wrote: If you were to put a PL9 up against todays 10,000 watt amps, the PL9 will make them sound like 5000 watts


Many of today's 10,000 watt amps, are 5000 watts.. :lol:

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8 years 4 months ago #15357 by Daz
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Many of today's 10,000 watt amps, are 5000 watts.. :lol:

Very true smiley20

Daz

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7 years 10 months ago #17307 by thepersonunknown
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if i rember right, then clair bros used these below a crest 1004 to run the lows on the clair I4 system (they might still for all i know, although this was a few years ago now). bloody heavy racks. i think the I4s and I4bs (the seperate bass cab, but tuned exactly as the low section in the main cab) had jbl 2242h´s in em. basicly an S4 split into 2 cabs and shaped like a line array. they seemed to work great. we only had that system in summer, and i was only with that company for 2 years, but i never saw one (out of 16) go down at 2,66 ohms.

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7 years 10 months ago #17312 by levyte357
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The PL9s have "so far" proven themselves to be fully capable of driving 3-4x PD1850s/V18-1000s per channel, on Roots/Reggae, if fed sufficient power supply.

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