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SOLD Crown Micro-Tech 600 (4 amps) $125ea.


Jay L
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I have 4 of these for sale, priced $125ea. These have rebuilt fanformers with fresh sleeve bearings. All channels have had their bias adjustments set to factory spec. I also put in new air filters. These are about as clean as you will find, and certainly work horse amplifiers.

I only used them for a few hours after they were refurbished. They have been parked in my rack for a year, time to let them go.

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Just curious, what was/is on the other end of your Crown's?
 
They were used in bridge mode to 4 15" subwoofers. I had to use separate AC circuits so I didn't trip breakers. The combo was punishing the last 30 minutes of an indoor wedding I did when everyone was liquored up.

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  • 4 weeks later...
On 6/13/2021 at 2:26 PM, CECAA850 said:

Specs for those of us too lazy to Google?

The Crown Micro-Tech 600 Power Amp pumps out 400W per channel @ 2 ohms, 325W @ 4 ohms, 220W @ 8 ohms. Bridged mono up to 750W @ 4 ohms. Patented ODEP protection circuitry and Grounded Bridge„¢ output stages combine for performance and reliability. Independent high-voltage power supply for each channel. Low distortion, forced-air cooling, high damping, stereo and 2 mono modes. 2 balanced 1/4" ins, 2 binding-post outs. 2U rackmount. 36 lbs.

 

Good price for "rebuilt" units. Have several Crown amps and they are very good. But ... this is a "fan" model; not sure if there is any "fan-noise."

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