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Amplifier for passive subwoffer

Cosmos

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Amplifier to drive passive speaker.

Criterias

Dead silent.
400 - 1000 watt 8 ohm
500 - 1000 €
Plug and play.

Idlike this thread to be open outside my budget and criterias (except silent) cause when searching the internet i dont find a alot.


What I have found myself this far

Hypex Ncore 1200 monoblock
But they are to expensive atm.

Xtz amplifier edge a2 400


If there is a pro amp that's no problem as long as it is without a fan.

Dsp and filtering

I have Marantz SR 7015 that do the low pass filtering (does it high pass?)
To people without avr I guess mini dsp does the job.

Speaker
JBL 4645c pro cinema subwoffer
 

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@Sokel

Accidentally made two threads so I copied your post.

ICE1200-2CH Stereo Amplifier | 700WPC


Used in mono (it can be used by specs) will give you even more and the module tested by Amir in the Peachtree was excellent at 20Hz.

Plus 5-year warranty.
 

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Define 'dead silent' - are you talking fan noise (some dB level), or some level of uV on the outputs?
 

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Define 'dead silent' - are you talking fan noise (some dB level), or some level of uV on the outputs?
Like I wrote, no fan.
But also, the 2242H that's in the sub has a sensitivity at 99db so it's pretty good at picking up electrical interference. I tried with som amps that was not build well and they introduce hum. At our old place i was able to have the amps in a seperate room.
 
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