i love mine, on a couple of occasions i've lent mine to a mate who used it to run 2 8ohm 186 loaded superscoops a channel and while it's nothing compared to say a vz5000 or 9001 it still did the job fairly well... far better than i expected for the price
I run my home 'lounge' setup at 8 ohm per channel.. 1 X1 on each channel, always seams ok...
Thing isthe drivers I have in the X1s are so fragile if you go any more than just flickering the signal lights (don't know what -db they light up at - anyone know?) the drivers die... soit never gets pushed running my X1s... a driver upgrade later I will be able to tell you!
What I will say is that the proline running 8ohm per channel soundsa sh*t load better than an EP2500 running bridged into 8 ohm.Edited by: Adambomb
im looking into getting one very, soon good to hear it can take this sort of punishment.
Same here! All the talk& discussionsabout these T.amp Prolines has 90% convinced me in not getting the Peavey CS4080HZ & trying out one of the 3000's or even maybe the Citronic Pro3200.
This decisionis also mainly due to the power o/p figures are shown to be from 20hz - 20khz & the damping factors are higher than 300.
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