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    Coustic 560 amps , living in the past

    http://cgi.ebay.com/COUSTIC-Amp-560-...QQcmdZViewItem


    first one I have seen for sale in a long time.

    Ancient ---- like me :)
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    Jesus christ those look like serious amps.

    How and when did you get all those amps big?




    edit- lol so in other words, if bridged you have 28,800 watts of power back there. :O
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superbee View Post
    Jesus christ those look like serious amps.

    How and when did you get all your big?




    edit- lol so in other words, if bridged you have 28,800 watts of power back there. :O

    LOL, I serious doubt that.

    They are an interesting amp in that they make more power when bridged into 8 ohms, which is what my ID18" sub are.

    I bought them during the time frame when the low impedance high Currant amps where are the rage and those huge amps where too difficult to mount and power and find appropriate subs that matched them.

    I keep looking for a spare, even a broken one.

    I have 16 channels and will end up very close to the nameplate of 4000W. It should have some thump but more SQ oriented. ....... I tend to like a very loud SQ



    4= 2x2 bridged for the subs = 1200
    4= 2x2 bridged for the mids = 1200
    7 for the 7.1 surround = 1750 avaialble but speaker limited
    1 for the aura bass shakers = 250

    BTW, I am looking for a true 7.1 demo / setup disk which will do track by track individual channels testing and phasing, if anyone knows of one.

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    Coustic made some awesome stuff. I had a XM5e x-over. one of the best I've used.

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    Those look like the ones from the 80's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Ride View Post
    Coustic made some awesome stuff. I had a XM5e x-over. one of the best I've used.
    I still use mine and it is still known as one of the best crossovers available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Ride View Post
    Coustic made some awesome stuff. I had a XM5e x-over. one of the best I've used.
    I was able to buy a xm-5 a last year but the XM-5E with the remote bass are very tough bidding on ebay.

    I have a fair amount of Design Reference speakers and processors too, Including balanced line recievers and an external D/A

    http://www.coustic.com/support/classic/PDFs/DA-55.pdf


    Hopefully next winter I'll get all this stuff installed and functional.

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