1,000W/ch @ 2 ohms, 800W/ch @ 4 ohms, 475W/ch @ 8 ohms, 2,000W bridged mono @ 4 ohms, 1,600W bridged mono @ 8 ohms. The XTI Series of Crown amplifiers are professional tools designed and built for p... Click To Read More About This Product
1,000W/ch @ 2 ohms, 800W/ch @ 4 ohms, 475W/ch @ 8 ohms, 2,000W bridged mono @ 4 ohms, 1,600W bridged mono @ 8 ohms.
The XTI Series of Crown amplifiers are professional tools designed and built for portable PA applications. All are rugged, lightweight, and feature an LCD screen with DSP speaker presets for crossover frequencies, EQ, limiting, delay, a subharmonic synthesizer. Other features include a switch-mode universal power supply, useful function indicators, proportional-speed fan assisted cooling, XLR inputs, Speakon®, and binding-post outputs, short-circuit protection plus more.
Integrated proprietary DSP with LCD front panel display
Accurate, uncolored sound with very low distortion for the best in music and voice reproduction
Advanced protection circuitry guards against: shorted outputs, open circuits, DC, mismatched loads, general overheating, high-frequency overloads and internal faults
Extremely versatile, handling a wide range of speaker impedances and outputs
Switch-mode universal power supply
Speaker presets for crossover frequencies, EQ, limiting, and delay
All products fill 2U rack spaces and weigh under 17 pounds
Speakon® and binding post outputs, XLR inputs and loop-thrus
Comprehensive LED status per channel
3-year, no-fault, fully-transferable warranty
Voltage Gain at 1kHz, 8 ohm rated output:
XTi 1000: 30.5dB _XTi 2000: 32.9dB_XTi 4000: 34.2dB
Frequency Response: ±0.25 dB from 20 Hz to 20 kHz at 1 watt into 4 ohms
Phase Response (at 1 watt, 20 Hz to 20 kHz): ±15
Load Impedance: Safe with all types of loads. Rated for 2 to 8 ohms in Stereo mode, 4 to 16 ohms in Bridge-Mono mode
Signal to Noise Ratio (below rated 1 kHz power at 8 ohms): _105 dB (A weighted).
Damping Factor: Better than 500 from 20 Hz to 500 Hz.
Crosstalk: > 80 dB below rated power, 20 Hz to 1 kHz.
Common Mode Rejection (CMR): > 45 dB from 20 Hz to 1 kHz._Input Stage: Input is electronically balanced and employs precision 1% resistors.
Input Impedance (nominal): 20 k ohms, balanced;10 k ohms, unbalanced.
Maximum Input Signal: +22 dBu typical
AC Line Voltage and Frequency Configurations Available: 100V, 120V, 220-240V _50/60 Hz
AC Line Current:
XTi 1000: 6.5A_XTi 2000: 6.9A_XTi 4000: 8.0A
At Idle: Draws no more than 90 watts.
Operating Temperature: 0 C to 40 C at 95% relative humidity (non-condensing).
EQ: 4-band paragraphic per channel, boost/cut ±12 dB. Also adjustable high and low shelving filters
Filters: Highpass and lowpass per channel. Butterworth 6/12/18/24 dB per octave. High and low shelving filters, one per channel
Delay: For signal alignment of driver; 5 mS total delay
Subharmonic Synthesizer: Adds low-frequency content
Output limiter: Prevents clipping
Presets: 10 user speaker presets
Front Panel Controls and Indicators
Level: Detented rotary level control, one per channel
Power Switch: On/off switch applies AC power to the amplifier
Sel/Prev/Next Buttons: Three buttons near the LCD screen are used to access menu items
LCD Screen: Backlit liquid crystal display shows speaker presets
Signal Indicator: Green LED, one per channel, flashes when a very low-level signal is present at input
”10 Indicator: Green LED flashes when output signal exceeds ”10 dB below clip.
”20 Indicator: Green LED flashes when output signal level exceeds ”20 dB below clip
Ready Indicator: Green LED, one per channel, illuminates when the amplifier is ready to produce audio
Clip Indicator: Red LED, one per channel, turns on at the threshold of audible distortion
Temp/Fault Indicator: Red LED, one per channel, illuminates under Fault or excessive temperature conditions
Power Indicator: Blue LED illuminates when the amplifier has been turned on and has power
Rear Panel Controls and Connectors
AC Line Connector: NEMA 5-15P (15A)
Input Connector: XLR, one per channel
Link/Out Connector: Loop-thru signal from input connector for linking
Reviewed by 5 customers
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I am using this amp in my home stereo system. Well, I'll tell you compared to my Onkyo M504 power amp this amp simply reproduces music with the kind of muscle one associates with a live performance. I get much tighter, deep, dry bass. To be honest the top end seems a little more sterile, but hardly what I would call harsh. Maybe a better word would be analytical. All in all I see no reason to look at a very expensive consumer amp again. I was very skeptical before I bought this amp myself, and I posted on many boards before buying. I have listened to music including live music for many years. My brother was a jazz guitarist for 35 years. His very good friend went on to arrange, and conduct for Judy Garland for a couple years before her death. I believe I have a well trained ear, and what it hears is very neutral reproduction. I'm sure a lot of these $5000.00 amps are excellent and produce better specs, but to tell you the truth after hearing Krell, Threshold, and some H/K Citations over the years, this Crown stacks right up there with the best of them. Even the fan which I thought was going to be the big issue has not come on once that I can tell. I'm sure under laboratory listening conditions, these high end consumer amps may reveal more detail, but I listen in my living-room. So far I feel like I stole this amp for $699.00. I'll never run out of headroom, and it with probably outlast most consumer amps. In the past I personally owned a Phase Linear 400 series 2, H/K Citation 16, and an Onkyo M504. Each amp failed for one reason or another within a 8 years span. I know non of these where ultra high end, but they represented a good buy in their day, and were not exactly cheap. The only component I have from the very early 70's that has continued to perform with no maintenance at all is my Crown IC-150. If I get half the life out of this amp I should be in an old folks home by then. I'm not trying to sway anyone here, just presenting the facts as I see them.
I quite running PA systems for bands years ago, but I still like to listen "live" music. I use a couple of these things to drive my home theater. I have used Crown products on stage, but never at home. The experience is awesome. Clear as a bell even at low volumes, and never any noise. It is funny to watch folks jump even at background sound levels. Try it, you'll like it.
I have to admit it, Crown overall is the best bet for amplifiers. This particular one works well with portable PA Systems. Especially if you're a dj like me. I own number of Crown amps and this one works well for DJ's by taking away the distortion out of heavy bass songs, the lcd screen should have been placed on these things years ago. I can use it on most of my mixer and speaker set up. I highly recommend this amp if you're on a budget starting out and with the right kind of speakers (JBL personal pick) you'll definitely get your moneys worth.
This is the first time I ever bought a Crown Amp (always had Peavey Amps). The sound quality on this amp is awesome, very clear and hits hard. The one thing I disliked was it went off on me during a event when it was low and no peaking. It done this twice which was ironic hearing good things about this amp. The amp wasn't even hot and the light were still going on with no sound. Lucky this amp on/off switch is quick.
i bought this xti2000 and right out of the box it was ok but after 3 hours getting band manager installed and running on my pc hooked the amp up to the pc opened band manager and wow you can do away with any maximizers,eqs,bbes, ect this amp has everything built in but no way to get to it without the use of a pc well worth the time and effort this amp came alive once programed! if you havnt ran it threw a pc you should give it a shot super bad amp!!!
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