450W/ch @ 4 ohms, 300W/ch @ 8 ohms, 900W bridged mono @ 8 ohms. Designed to provide the quality, power, and reliability you expect from other Crown amps with many of the same controls and features for... Click To Read More About This Product
450W/ch @ 4 ohms, 300W/ch @ 8 ohms, 900W bridged mono @ 8 ohms. Designed to provide the quality, power, and reliability you expect from other Crown amps with many of the same controls and features for a much friendlier price.
Features sophisticated protection circuitry (from shorted, open, or mismatched loads, input and high frequency overloads), 5-way fault indicator, red LED on each channel that turns on when distortion becomes audible, green signal-present LED that flashes when the level is extremely low (indicating cabling problems), and detented level controls. Mode select switch for stereo or bridged; 3-speed fan; and electronically balanced XLR inputs; touchproof binding post and Speakon outputs; all in a rugged steel chassis designed to handle serious road use.
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I've used this amp to power a pair of JBL 15" speakers, and the sound was amazing. This amp runs very cool, it rarely gets warm. The sound is very precise with very little distortion. At 300 watts per channel at 8ohms, this amp has plenty of power for most speakers.
This amp is as solid as they come. I decided to give this one a try over my usual pick. I was rather impressed with the quality of this amp. At high levels this amp really performs. Doesn't stress out period. Certainly A True Workhorse. At very low levels the fans are a bit loud. But good to know they really keep the amp cooool. The dollar/watt ratio makes this a great value.
The Crown XLS 402D powers my two 15's with horns in my practice studio. They are solid clean, quite except for the fans and most of all powerful.Good connectivity in back for a versatile array of hook-ups.Solid and not too pricey $$, thanks Crown!
I'm running a pair of 15" mids in my tri-amped rig and the 402D keeps them crisp and clean even at high dbs. "House" heads require clean highs to be heard over a very punchy bassline. That's no easy feat when you're running 4-"18s" in mono. The 402D is highly recommended for those who want quality sound on a tight budget. Fan noise is the only brawback.